Calendar

Jun
29
Mon
NUS Sports Club: Virtual Series
Jun 29 @ 12:00 pm – Aug 10 @ 1:00 pm
NUS Sports Club: Virtual Series

Start gearing up because NUS’ first virtual Aquathlon and Duathlon events are coming to you!

Featuring Novice and Advanced categories, Virtual Series welcomes everyone who’s willing to push themselves and take on the challenge. It’s time to show the world that your time in Circuit Breaker wasn’t wasted!

Stay tuned for our registration opening on the 29th of June at bit.ly/iwantniceshirt. For now, be sure to follow @nussportsclub on Instagram, Facebook, and Telegram to catch every update.

Sep
25
Fri
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm – Sep 27 @ 9:30 pm
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green

You may have never thought that dance would be your cup of tea, but take a chance at Ballet Under the Stars,
and dare to discover the enthralling world of dance for yourself.

At the 26th edition of Ballet Under the Stars, the most perfect classical weekend awaits you with George Balanchine’s iconic works – Serenade as well as Theme and Variations, and the most dynamic and exuberant wedding scene of Kitri’s Wedding from Don Quixote!

Be completely floored by the contemporary weekend as we present to you Edmund Stripe’s Piano Concerto No.2, Opus 102, Nils Christe’s Symphony in Three Movements, Natalie Weir’s Bittersweet and Edwaard Liang’s Opus 25.

A ballet carnival awaits you as you take a step into discovery the world of ballet. Come early and treat yourself to sweet savoury popcorn, fluffy candy floss, and an icy cold ice cream. If fun is in your books, then step forward and stand to win attractive prizes at our carnival game stalls!

Oct
2
Fri
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green
Oct 2 @ 7:30 pm – Oct 4 @ 9:30 pm
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green

You may have never thought that dance would be your cup of tea, but take a chance at Ballet Under the Stars,
and dare to discover the enthralling world of dance for yourself.

At the 26th edition of Ballet Under the Stars, the most perfect classical weekend awaits you with George Balanchine’s iconic works – Serenade as well as Theme and Variations, and the most dynamic and exuberant wedding scene of Kitri’s Wedding from Don Quixote!

Be completely floored by the contemporary weekend as we present to you Edmund Stripe’s Piano Concerto No.2, Opus 102, Nils Christe’s Symphony in Three Movements, Natalie Weir’s Bittersweet and Edwaard Liang’s Opus 25.

A ballet carnival awaits you as you take a step into discovery the world of ballet. Come early and treat yourself to sweet savoury popcorn, fluffy candy floss, and an icy cold ice cream. If fun is in your books, then step forward and stand to win attractive prizes at our carnival game stalls!

Oct
3
Sat
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green
Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm – Oct 5 @ 9:30 pm
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green

You may have never thought that dance would be your cup of tea, but take a chance at Ballet Under the Stars,
and dare to discover the enthralling world of dance for yourself.

At the 26th edition of Ballet Under the Stars, the most perfect classical weekend awaits you with George Balanchine’s iconic works – Serenade as well as Theme and Variations, and the most dynamic and exuberant wedding scene of Kitri’s Wedding from Don Quixote!

Be completely floored by the contemporary weekend as we present to you Edmund Stripe’s Piano Concerto No.2, Opus 102, Nils Christe’s Symphony in Three Movements, Natalie Weir’s Bittersweet and Edwaard Liang’s Opus 25.

A ballet carnival awaits you as you take a step into discovery the world of ballet. Come early and treat yourself to sweet savoury popcorn, fluffy candy floss, and an icy cold ice cream. If fun is in your books, then step forward and stand to win attractive prizes at our carnival game stalls!

Oct
4
Sun
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm – Oct 6 @ 9:30 pm
Ballet Under the Stars by SDT @ Fort Canning Green

You may have never thought that dance would be your cup of tea, but take a chance at Ballet Under the Stars,
and dare to discover the enthralling world of dance for yourself.

At the 26th edition of Ballet Under the Stars, the most perfect classical weekend awaits you with George Balanchine’s iconic works – Serenade as well as Theme and Variations, and the most dynamic and exuberant wedding scene of Kitri’s Wedding from Don Quixote!

Be completely floored by the contemporary weekend as we present to you Edmund Stripe’s Piano Concerto No.2, Opus 102, Nils Christe’s Symphony in Three Movements, Natalie Weir’s Bittersweet and Edwaard Liang’s Opus 25.

A ballet carnival awaits you as you take a step into discovery the world of ballet. Come early and treat yourself to sweet savoury popcorn, fluffy candy floss, and an icy cold ice cream. If fun is in your books, then step forward and stand to win attractive prizes at our carnival game stalls!

Oct
10
Sat
[POSTPONED] HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2020 @ National Stadium
Oct 10 @ 7:00 pm – Oct 11 @ 9:00 pm
[POSTPONED] HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2020 @ National Stadium

The HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens brings you a weekend of thrilling action on pitch and non-stop entertainment off it. Fans will get to enjoy the spectacle of this short, fast and explore form of rugby as 16 nations go head-to-head in their quest to be crowned champions.

Dubbed The Family Sevens for its family-centric format, ticket holders will also enjoy an extensive line-up of off-pitch entertainment at the two-day carnival, including a Family FunZone, Splash Party, rugby-themed games, live music and lots more.

Nov
6
Fri
Passages Contemporary Season Festival of New Works by SDT @ Esplanade Theatre Studio
Nov 6 @ 7:30 pm – Nov 8 @ 9:45 pm
Passages Contemporary Season Festival of New Works by SDT @ Esplanade Theatre Studio

Passages Contemporary Season will feature three brand new world premieres by excruciatingly creative and genius Choreographers – Timothy Harbour, Natalie Weir, and for the first time in Singapore, Loughlan Prior.

In our world where creativity and inspirations are constantly bursting forth like never before, find yourself in the midst of the most cutting-edge dance works at Passages. Be completely immersed in this festival of the evolution of contemporary ballet as we take it upon ourselves to dare to be different!

Staged in a black box theatre, be sure to secure your tickets early and let’s ride on this manic wave of fine artistry and originality.

Dec
2
Wed
The Nutcracker by SDT @ Esplanade Theatre
Dec 2 @ 8:00 pm – Dec 4 @ 10:15 pm
The Nutcracker by SDT @ Esplanade Theatre

Radiance merriment and a euphoric enchantment, The Nutcracker is a charming Christmas spectacular that will set your feet to dancing and fill your heart with joy!

Based on a story by E.T.A Hoffmann, and with additional choreography and staging by Artistic Director Janek Schergen, The Nutcracker is set to some of the world’s most vibrant and iconic tunes by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This enchanting ballet features breath-taking costumes and spectacular sets by local designer Aaron Yap, as well as characters that will dance their way into your hearts!

Join us at one of the world’s most beloved holiday celebrations and create joyous memories with loved one this year!

Mar
12
Fri
[POSTPONED] First Fleet (March 2021) @ Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Mar 12 @ 8:00 pm – Mar 21 @ 3:00 pm
[POSTPONED] First Fleet (March 2021) @ Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
[POSTPONED to March 2021]
First Fleet is an original play by Nelson Chia, inspired by Thomas Keneally’s novel The Playmaker and other materials on the convict transportation to Australia.
Nine Years Theatre and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre jointly present to you First Fleet. The audience will be seated on the stage of the Cultural Centre’s auditorium, as they set sail with the players to explore the relationships between theatre and humanity.

The year is 1787. The First Fleet of the British Empire sets sail for Australia with a group of convicts aboard, to establish a penal colony. Along the way, the Governor instructs one of his lieutenants to rehearse a play with the convicts, with the hope of using the power of theatre to rehabilitate them. But who has ever heard of an officer putting up a play with his convicts? Certainly not the other officers, priest, judge, doctor or the convicts, who all have reservations about such a ridiculous proposition. Will they eventually be able to stage the play successfully? For these officers and convicts, is the foreign land that they are attempting to build a penal colony in, a brave new world or simply a nightmare from hell?