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Catch Romeo and Juliet by The Royal Shakespeare Company and a live screening of Othello from the UK this March at Dulwich College.
Organised by The Arts House, House Party: Note for Note is a performance that pairs ten poets with musicians to craft a musical dialogue.
Be sure to catch Constellations by Nick Payne, a love story set in the landscape of string theory as it premieres in Singapore this March.
On 25 March, W Singapore will be joining the world for Earth Hour. Between 830pm to 930pm, fill the WOOBAR with music as you pedal on bicycles.
Groove along to a mix of trip hop, techno, soulful, tribal and other sub-genres of house music at One More Time – A Tribute to Zouk at Jiak Kim Street.
Organised by The Arts House, House Party: In the Spotlight allows you to experience the wonderful harmonies of various instrument pairings.
In 1999, The Necessary Stage presented Completely With/Out Character, a docu-theatre monologue devised by Paddy Chew, in collaboration with playwright Haresh Sharma and director Alvin Tan. The monologue was a candid account of Paddy’s experiences as the first individual to come out as a person living with HIV in Singapore. Unfortunately, Paddy passed on a few months after the end of the production. Since then, although medical advancements now allow HIV-positive individuals to lead relatively normal lives, the ignorance and…
Get excited as Coldplay comes to Singapore this coming April for just one exclusive show at the Singapore National Stadium.
Get ready for the Singapore International Jazz Festival this March, featuring multiple Grammy Award winners such as Corrinne Bailey Rae and David Foster.
Enjoy a four-course dinner and loads of fun with your favourite characters from Alice in Wonderland at Dinner In Wonderland from now until 1 April
Slovene F&B Acrobatics will be performing in Singapore at the ArtScience Museum's The Universe and Art event this year!
Part absurdist, part minimalist, all comedy, don't miss the chance to check out The Four Note Opera by Tom Johnson this coming March and April.
Enjoy this powerful and moving story about the bond between a grandparent and his grandchild at ITSY - The Musical this March.
This Chord and Others is a comedy about friendship and a witty exploration of identity through the eyes of three young men, Sukdev, Gerald and Thomas. The three friends work together and enjoy spending time with one another, until a job promotion and office talent time come between them, leading the men to discover new truths and challenges about their race, religion, background and friendship. First staged in 1991, and last performed in 2000, This Chord & Others is one…
Catch Being Leonardo - an Impossible Interview this April, a one-act play featuring the true life, art and science of the Italian Renaissance genius.
Groove along to the world's greatest hits such as Can't Buy Me Love, Let it Be, Hey Jude, Imagine with Boys in the Band this April.
Be sure to catch pop powerhouse group Fifth Harmony as they come to Singapore for the first time this April. Enjoy top hits such as That’s My Girl.
Be in awe at gravity-defying aerial performances, roving performers on stilts and more at the opening of Voilah! at Gardens by the Bay.
First produced in 1994, this version of Haresh Sharma’s Hope is adapted into Malay by Zulfadli Rashid. Hope (Harap) is directed by Mohd Fared Jainal and features a stellar cast which includes Sani Hussin, Siti Hajar Abd Gani, Fir Rahman, Hirzi Zulkiflie and Nur Zakiah Bte Mohd Fared. This play is performed in Malay, with English subtitles. 1hr 30mins with no intermission, and contains some mature content. Recommended for 16 years and above.
Featuring characters who are as broken as they are illuminated, and as doomed as they are hopeful, this work is devised and developed with a strong ensemble of female performers – Chelsea Crothers, Chng Xin Xuan, Grace Kalaiselvi, Lina Yu and Wendi Wee Hian – all of whom come from exciting training backgrounds ranging from the Viewpoints Method of Actor Training to traditional Asian art forms. Together they revisit the somewhat faded landscapes of their collective memory, pass through familiar…
Spend your Saturday at the Singapore Botanic Gardens and enjoy great melodic tunes by Singapore Chinese Orchestra as they return to with Music Oasis Concert
Paradise Island Festival, an eco-conscious and environmentally friendly alternative to Full Moon parties, offers music and arts experience of a lifetime.
Normal tells the story of Ashley and Daphne who are Secondary 5 Normal Academic students struggling to cope with the pressure to perform.
Admire the musical talents of award-winning local musicians, Roberto Alvarez and Kevin Loh at their upcoming concert, Picnic Suite.
Catch Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies and enjoy its captivating and witty exploration of the complexities of relationships and friendships.
Laugh, cry and discover people, stories and music with Tropicana The Musical as it goes back in time to 1968 in Singapore.
Be sure to catch hard rock and metal forerunners Megadeth who will be in Singapore this May as part of their Dystopia World Tour.
Enjoy backstage insights and songs from musicals such as Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Mamma Mia! and more at A Night at The Musical with Three Phantoms.
Be sure to catch La Cage Aux Folles, a heart-warming musical about one family's struggle to stay together, stay fabulous and stay true to themselves.
Get the kids excited with Poultry Tales this April, a fun and interactive musical production of feathered friends in a farmyard.
Rock along to your favourite 70s and 80s hits such as YMCA and Can't Stop the Music when Village People come to Singapore this May.
Look forward to a family show packed with magic, singalong songs and clumsy chaos as The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns to Asia.
Get ready for an evening of laughter as Lilly Singh as she comes to Singapore this May as a part of her How To Be A Bawse tour!
Catch the production of What’s Done is Done, a modern and provocative twist of Shakespeare's Macbeth, for just one night this coming May.
Be sure to catch popular French electronic duo AIR as they perform live in Singapore for the first time and just for one night this coming May.
Get set for popular children’s book hero Geronimo Stilton as he comes to life on stage in a brand new musical this coming May.
Look forward to one of UK’s most successful comedians Russell Howard as he visits Singapore for the first time as part of this biggest global comedy tour.
Don't miss the Beethoven Heroic Years Sharing Recital & Evening Concert which will feature three works that epitomise the new heroic period of Beethoven.
Following the recent release of Sting’s highly anticipated rock/pop album “57th & 9th” English singer-songwriter STING, performing live in Singapore 2017.
Get the kids excited with Peter & Blue's Birthday Party that the story of the ever-inquisitive trio – Peter, his dog Blue, and his cat Calico.
Be sure to catch the Magic piano & The Chopin Shorts this June. The story will be presented in a new live format alongside The Chopin Shorts.
Young and old will enjoy the classic story of Hansel and Gretel. Be wowed by the international and local cast that promise a fun-filled performance.
Go on an adventure with Pluck the fairy protector of music at Pluck and the Magical Banyan Tree this June at the Sota Drama Theatre.
Witness the smoky, soul-baring and seductive vocals of alternative R&B star BANKS as she performs live in Singapore this July.
Be sure to catch Boeing Boeing by W!ld Rice as it returns to the stage this June. It will be directed by Pam Oei, one of their original stewardesses.
Cirque du Soleil returns to Singapore this July. Look forward to a thrilling and heart-stopping acrobatic performance by a talented international cast.