What’s On This Weekend 27-29 July

Published on 26 July 2018

The city is ripe for play this weekend – whether it’s edible playgrounds, immersive theatrical experiences or shadowplay you can chase with your camera.


Tales of Grimmsneyland (28 July – 4 August)

Bring fairytales to life for your little ones at the first interactive theatre experience of its kind. Adapted from the timeless tales of the Brothers Grimm, your family will get a chance to play a part in the stories and interact with the characters for a storytime like no other. Suitable for age 4 and above for both boys & girls.

For more information, click here.


Cake Club by Marina Square (14 July – 26 August)

Try something new at Cake Club every weekend from now until August 26! Pipe and decorate scrumptious desserts, Or sample the best cakes that Singapore has to offer with décor perfect for your Instastories. Make sure you arrive hungry!

For more information, click here.


Playground of Infinite Happiness (27 July – 5 August)

Shop, eat, and play over two weekends, at Keeper’s Playground of Infinite Happiness, happening at the National Design Centre. Discover experiential pop-ups from over 120 brands, artists and craftsmen that will have you crawling, speaking to strangers, and letting your inner child run wild! It’s complimentary admission, so come early, bring cash and don’t leave the kids at home.

For more information, click here.


Canon Photomarathon XVI 2018 (28 July)
Take your photowalk to a photomarathon this weekend and compete against other shutterbugs on different themes, including a first for a ‘dusk’ challenge. Timing is key though so you may actually want to consider this a sprint.
For more information, click here.


Poetry Festival Singapore, Benches – A poetic play (27-29 July)
Poetry Festival looks at the published verse and spoken word through time in Malay, Chinese and English. Explore verses in workshops, multimedia shows or the poetic drama ‘Benches’, a coming-of-age poetic play on love and loss.

This is the Singapore premiere of an international collaboration, supported by the Poetry Festival Singapore.

For more information, click here.

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