The world’s best-loved musical returns to Singapore! Featuring some of the world’s most recognisable music, crafted by multi-award winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice, the musical has won more than 70 major international theatre awards and is brilliantly re-imagined by acclaimed director Julie Taymor. Book your tickets on the Marina Bay Sands website.
Until September 7, 2018
MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018973
(image: KidZania Singapore)
After a successful run at Changi Airport in July, KidZania Singapore takes its outdoor roadshows, KidZania Go!, to the malls again this September school holidays, at SingPost Centre. There will be exclusive ticket promotions, exciting stage segments, as well as role-play activities for kids during the week-long roadshow. KidZania Go! aims to bring the experience out from the kid-sized City to public spaces. Families can experience first-hand how realistic role-play can let kids Learn Through Play. What’s more, get first dibs on tickets to KidZania Singapore’s inaugural Halloween event, SpookyTown: The Lost Carnival, and receive a limited edition SpookyTown lanyard with every ticket purchase. Visit the Kidzania website for a full event schedule and more.
Until September 9, 2018, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Rd 8, Level 1, Main Atrium, 408600
The sixth edition of the Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) is its biggest edition yet, with 11 exhibitions and various public programmes centred around the theme Like You, Me, Everybody Else. SIPF 2018 will showcase works of esteemed and emerging contemporary photographers to a growing local and international audience as well as a record number of 50 workshops, seminars, portfolio review, film screenings and opening parties tailored to suit a diverse audience. Visit the website for more deets. Festival Passes can be purchased online.
September 6 – December 9, 2018, various locations
Visit www.sipf.sg for more
(image: Courtesy of A*STAR)
Learn all about SG’s research, innovation, creativity and enterprise at one-north Festival 2018, which welcomes the public to immerse in science and technology through fun interactive displays, inspiring talks, workshops and tours. The theme for this year’s festival is “AI and I”, deals with the rapid developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities, and how it will enhance everyone’s lives, work and play in our society. Head down to hear from and interact with scientists, innovators, media creators and entrepreneurs.
7-8 Sept 2018, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Fusionopolis @ one-north MRT, 1 Fusionopolis Way, 138632
Conference by day and music festival by night, All That Matters 2018 is the gathering place for tech innovators, global brands and music lovers across the sports, gaming, music, digital and marketing arenas. In addition to the brilliant exchange of ideas and music, you’ll want to attend the FORMULA 1 panel titled “The blueprint for the future: modern, fan-driven and entertaining”. Register online and view a full event schedule.
September 7-12, 2018, multiple timings
Visit www.allthatmatters.asia for the full schedule
(image: The Japanese Association, Singapore)
A feast for the senses awaits at the Japan Summer Festival, which will be held at the National Stadium. The stadium premises will be transformed into a gigantic festival ground with more than 100 Japanese F&B, games, and merchandise booths as well as a center stage featuring 25 sensational stage performances by 24 groups and organisations from Japan and Singapore. These include a Taiko drum performance; Yosakoi – a unique style of dance typically performed at festivals in Japan; Domobics – an aerobics dance performance named after the beloved Domo, official mascot of Japan’s public broadcaster NHK and more.
September 8-9, 2018
Singapore Sports Hub, 3 Stadium Dr, 397630
… or watch the pros ace it! 2018 marks the 23rd edition of the Singapore’s most celebrated outdoor dance event, Ballet Under the Stars. Dance and dine with us as we celebrate a weekend of classical works, and another weekend dedicated to masterpieces by Choo-San Goh. An enchanting evening of ballet at the luscious Fort Canning Green, everyone is here to relax and enjoy a sumptuous picnic spread and joyous time! Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Until September 9, 2018
Fort Canning Green 51 Canning Rise, 179872
X Edition Asia’s Largest Photography Hotel Art Fair is a photographer’s dream as lauded names, from Russel Wong to Paolo Solari-Bossi and Stephen Schaub will be showcasing their works and appear for talks as well. Wong in particular, who’s shot a breathtaking list of celebrities — from Jackie Chan to the late Lee Kuan Yew — is one not to be missed. This art fair aims to bring together experienced and amateur international photographers and practitioners to showcase the vibrancy of global art. Best of all, it’s free! But visit the website to register.
September 6-9, 2018
Regent Hotel Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 6, 249715
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