Calendar

Jun
22
Sat
M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play @ The Theatre Practice
Jun 22 @ 11:00 am – Sep 1 @ 12:00 pm
M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play @ The Theatre Practice

M1 Patch! A Theatre Festival of Artful Play returns this year with a new season of over 15
fun and playful programmes! Organised by bilingual theatre company The Theatre Practice
(Practice), the festival will be held at the home of Practice on Waterloo Street from 22 June
to 1 September 2019.

“Play” has been an intrinsic part of Practice’s philosophy, motivation behind its art-making
impulses and the engine behind its artistic growth. With M1 Patch!, Practice continues to
embody the irrepressible spirit and fearless experimentation of play, creating a festival to
inspire audiences and artists to trust their instincts and rediscover the spirit of artful play.

This year’s M1 Patch! continues to be a festival of possibilities featuring a diverse line-up of
programmes centred around thoughtful play and invites everyone to come and play,
regardless of age, language, forms or genres.

Visit www.practice.org.sg/m1patch for the full line-up of festival programmes.

Gain access to the festival’s ticketed events and enjoy greatest savings with the M1 Patch!
Festival Pass – available at $143 (U.P. $177) – till 31 May or while stocks last.

Jun
27
Thu
WWE LIVE Singapore @ Singapore Indoor Stadium
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm
WWE LIVE Singapore @ Singapore Indoor Stadium

WWE LIVE is returning to Singapore! Following their highly-successful shows in 2015 and 2017, this year promises to bring more action and thrills to all fans, both young and old.

WWE LIVE is a unique blend of sport and entertainment, combining in-ring match action with dramatic entertainment. Bursting with all the drama and energy of a rock concert, in a fun, lively and exciting environment, WWE Live is the ultimate in family entertainment!

See your favourite WWE Superstars live in action including AJ Styles, The Miz, Roman Reigns, Asuka and more. (Talent line-up is subject to change)

Tickets can be purchased from:

  • Online at www.sportshubtix.sg/WWE2019
  • Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office
  • Sports Hub Tix hotline: +65 3158 7888
  • All SingPost locations
  • The Star Performing Arts Centre Box Office
  • Scotts Square Concierge Desk

More ticketing details can be found here.

Be prepared for an action-packed night as you watch your favourite WWE Superstars battle it out in the ring, on 27 June 2019 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

Jun
29
Sat
박혜진 PARK HYE JIN | supported by FZPZ and KEKKO @ Tuff Club
Jun 29 @ 9:00 pm – 11:45 pm
박혜진 PARK HYE JIN | supported by FZPZ and KEKKO @ Tuff Club

THE COUNCIL x MOONBEATS ASIA PROUDLY PRESENT 박혜진 Park Hye Jin who will be making her Singapore debut at TUFF CLUB, with KEKKO and FZPZ on support duties. Expect a high-energy workout so it’s time you dust off your dancing shoes.

A fast-rising star of the Seoul underground, Park Hye Jin has taken the global dance music scene by storm, often mixing her own Korean and English vocals over dreamy synths & thick beats for a forward-thinking dance floor experience. The 24-year-old is one respectable artist who wears multiple hats – a songwriter, rapper, house and techno DJ. Her DJ residency at Itaewon’s Pistil Club and her recurring appearances on independent underground radio SCR (Seoul Community Radio) have earned her chops as an adept tastemaker.

Park Hye Jin’s latest five-track EP IF YOU WANT IT has since claimed the #2 spot on Hype Machine’s Popular Chart, where her distinctive dreamy rap vocals over elements of dream-state house and psychedelic dark wave, is seamlessly woven with layers of looping lo-fi synths.

Jul
5
Fri
Singapore Dance Theatre presents Ballet Under the Stars @ Fort Canning Green
Jul 5 @ 7:30 pm – Jul 7 @ 10:00 pm

Ballet Under the Stars is back for its 24th edition! This iconic outdoor dance event by the Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) will showcase a weekend of contemporary works from 5 – 7 July, and another weekend of classical ballets from 12 – 14 July.

This year, the event will be made more exciting with games, hawker style food, popcorn, candy floss, ice cream uncle, and photobooths in a carnival-like atmosphere, so there will something for everyone!

The first weekend features two works created for SDT, Linea Adora by Timothy Harbour and Evening Voices by Tim Rushton, which show the unique collaboration between dancers and choreographers. Complimenting this is SYNC by Nils Christe, from SDT’s 30th anniversary gala last year.

The second weekend celebrates ballet classics. It begins with the haunting Act II of Giselle, followed by sections from Swan Lake, including the famous White Swan pas de deux from Act II and Act III’s Black Swan pas de deux. The final act will be The Land of Sweets from Act II of The Nutcracker. These ballets are presented in their chronological order of creation and explore dance through the classical period that made ballet one of the world’s greatest arts.

Ticket prices: $40 (SISTIC fees apply)
20% concessions for children aged 12 and below, students, NSFs and senior citizens
Early Bird1 – 21 April 2019
General Sales22 April 2019 – 14 July 2019
Tickets available from all authorised SISTIC outlets and SDT Office

This concert is all free seating, so make sure you book your tickets fast to get the best spots!

More details can be found here.

Be mesmerised by graceful ballet performances under the night sky at Ballet Under the Stars on 5–7 July and 12–14 July 2019!

Jul
12
Fri
Singapore Dance Theatre presents Ballet Under the Stars @ Fort Canning Green
Jul 12 @ 7:30 pm – Jul 14 @ 10:00 pm

Ballet Under the Stars is back for its 24th edition! This iconic outdoor dance event by the Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) will showcase a weekend of contemporary works from 5 – 7 July, and another weekend of classical ballets from 12 – 14 July.

This year, the event will be made more exciting with games, hawker style food, popcorn, candy floss, ice cream uncle, and photobooths in a carnival-like atmosphere, so there will something for everyone!

The first weekend features two works created for SDT, Linea Adora by Timothy Harbour and Evening Voices by Tim Rushton, which show the unique collaboration between dancers and choreographers. Complimenting this is SYNC by Nils Christe, from SDT’s 30th anniversary gala last year.

The second weekend celebrates ballet classics. It begins with the haunting Act II of Giselle, followed by sections from Swan Lake, including the famous White Swan pas de deux from Act II and Act III’s Black Swan pas de deux. The final act will be The Land of Sweets from Act II of The Nutcracker. These ballets are presented in their chronological order of creation and explore dance through the classical period that made ballet one of the world’s greatest arts.

Ticket prices: $40 (SISTIC fees apply)
20% concessions for children aged 12 and below, students, NSFs and senior citizens
Early Bird1 – 21 April 2019
General Sales22 April 2019 – 14 July 2019
Tickets available from all authorised SISTIC outlets and SDT Office

This concert is all free seating, so make sure you book your tickets fast to get the best spots!

More details can be found here.

Be mesmerised by graceful ballet performances under the night sky at Ballet Under the Stars on 5–7 July and 12–14 July 2019!

Jul
13
Sat
Aliwal Arts Night Crawl 2019 @ Aliwal Arts Centre
Jul 13 @ 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Aliwal Arts Night Crawl 2019 @ Aliwal Arts Centre

Aliwal Arts Night Crawl (#AliwalANC19), the annual multi-disciplinary arts festival held in Kampong Glam, returns for its seventh edition. The signature event by Aliwal Arts Centre pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of Kampong Glam. The festival will feature curated programmes that fuse tradition and heritage with a contemporary edge. From storytelling tours, performances, to immersive workshops and a night market, join artists in Aliwal Arts Centre and their partners and discover new interpretations of Kampong Glam’s past and present.

Highlights of the festival include:

  • Art and Storytelling tours: Join the tours to uncover the rich cultural and heritage secrets of Kampong Glam. RSCLS helms the street art tour, D’tour, bringing participants to check out new works in the district. Travel through time on MoonShadow Stories’ sensory storytelling tour as storytellers tell the tales reimagined from folklore and history of Kampong Glam’s aristocrats, merchants and ethnic communities.
  • Performances: Enjoy multi-disciplinary performances incorporating modern technology into art. Experience poetry reading together with participants from various countries through virtual reality. Soak into dance and music performances by Teatre Ekamatra, NADI Singapura, SGMUSO and more.
  • Exhibitions: Check out exhibits curated by RSCLS and 9 Lives Show that showcase the stories of Kampong Glam including its residents, shop owners and even its cats!
  • Workshops: Express your creativity by creating unique masterpieces at art and music workshops held by RSCLS, 9 Lives Show and NADI Singapura.
  • Lifestyle: Delight in a special edition of So Gelam Market. The pop-up market will line Aliwal Street with a mix of traditional and modern food as well as merchandise.
Singapore Dance Theatre presents Ballet Under the Stars @ Fort Canning Green
Jul 13 @ 7:30 pm – Jul 15 @ 10:00 pm

Ballet Under the Stars is back for its 24th edition! This iconic outdoor dance event by the Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) will showcase a weekend of contemporary works from 5 – 7 July, and another weekend of classical ballets from 12 – 14 July.

This year, the event will be made more exciting with games, hawker style food, popcorn, candy floss, ice cream uncle, and photobooths in a carnival-like atmosphere, so there will something for everyone!

The first weekend features two works created for SDT, Linea Adora by Timothy Harbour and Evening Voices by Tim Rushton, which show the unique collaboration between dancers and choreographers. Complimenting this is SYNC by Nils Christe, from SDT’s 30th anniversary gala last year.

The second weekend celebrates ballet classics. It begins with the haunting Act II of Giselle, followed by sections from Swan Lake, including the famous White Swan pas de deux from Act II and Act III’s Black Swan pas de deux. The final act will be The Land of Sweets from Act II of The Nutcracker. These ballets are presented in their chronological order of creation and explore dance through the classical period that made ballet one of the world’s greatest arts.

Ticket prices: $40 (SISTIC fees apply)
20% concessions for children aged 12 and below, students, NSFs and senior citizens
Early Bird1 – 21 April 2019
General Sales22 April 2019 – 14 July 2019
Tickets available from all authorised SISTIC outlets and SDT Office

This concert is all free seating, so make sure you book your tickets fast to get the best spots!

More details can be found here.

Be mesmerised by graceful ballet performances under the night sky at Ballet Under the Stars on 5–7 July and 12–14 July 2019!

Jul
14
Sun
Singapore Dance Theatre presents Ballet Under the Stars @ Fort Canning Green
Jul 14 @ 7:30 pm – Jul 16 @ 10:00 pm

Ballet Under the Stars is back for its 24th edition! This iconic outdoor dance event by the Singapore Dance Theatre (SDT) will showcase a weekend of contemporary works from 5 – 7 July, and another weekend of classical ballets from 12 – 14 July.

This year, the event will be made more exciting with games, hawker style food, popcorn, candy floss, ice cream uncle, and photobooths in a carnival-like atmosphere, so there will something for everyone!

The first weekend features two works created for SDT, Linea Adora by Timothy Harbour and Evening Voices by Tim Rushton, which show the unique collaboration between dancers and choreographers. Complimenting this is SYNC by Nils Christe, from SDT’s 30th anniversary gala last year.

The second weekend celebrates ballet classics. It begins with the haunting Act II of Giselle, followed by sections from Swan Lake, including the famous White Swan pas de deux from Act II and Act III’s Black Swan pas de deux. The final act will be The Land of Sweets from Act II of The Nutcracker. These ballets are presented in their chronological order of creation and explore dance through the classical period that made ballet one of the world’s greatest arts.

Ticket prices: $40 (SISTIC fees apply)
20% concessions for children aged 12 and below, students, NSFs and senior citizens
Early Bird1 – 21 April 2019
General Sales22 April 2019 – 14 July 2019
Tickets available from all authorised SISTIC outlets and SDT Office

This concert is all free seating, so make sure you book your tickets fast to get the best spots!

More details can be found here.

Be mesmerised by graceful ballet performances under the night sky at Ballet Under the Stars on 5–7 July and 12–14 July 2019!

Jul
17
Wed
Bazzi: Asia Tour in Singapore @ The Star Theatre
Jul 17 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Bazzi: Asia Tour in Singapore @ The Star Theatre

The Billboard Music Awards Top New Artist nominee is set to debut his Asia tour.

The talented 21-year-old singer-songwriter behind mega viral hits including “Mine” and “Beautiful” has been dubbed the Next-Big-Thing as he takes the music scene by storm with his infectious R&B and pop-infused tunes.

In 2017, Bazzi independently released “Alone” which generated over 1 million organic Spotify streams within a few months’ time and peaked in the Top 10 of the US Viral Chart.

Bazzi continues to gain traction in the scene, with a remix of “Beautiful” featuring Camila Cabello, as well as other new singles, much to fans’ excitement. He has also written songs for popular Korean bands including EXO, Girls Generation and NCT Dream.

Be mesmerized in Bazzi’s music universe as he croons out viral tunes like “Mine”, “Beautiful”, “Why”, “3:15” and new singles “I Don’t Even Know You Anyone”, “Caught in the Fire” and “Paradise” at this one-night only event.

Jul
18
Thu
First Fleet, by Nine Years Theatre and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre @ Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Jul 18 @ 8:00 pm – Jul 21 @ 10:00 pm
First Fleet, by Nine Years Theatre and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre @ Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Nine Years Theatre, together with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, will be staging our second production of the year, titled First Fleet《第一舰队》.

First Fleet is a new work written by our Artistic Director Nelson Chia, and co-presented by Nine Years Theatre and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC). Members of the audience will be seated on the stage of the Cultural Centre’s auditorium, along an outline of a ship.

Synopsis:

They are not just convicts of the colony, they are to be citizens of the new world.
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?

Show’s Date and Time:
18 – 21 July 2019
Thu – Sat: 8pm
Sat & Sun: 3pm
Sun: 7pm

*First Fleet is inspired by Thomas Keneally’s novel The Playmaker and other materials on the convict transportation to Australia.

*Performed in Mandarin, with English surtitles (includes closed captions for the deaf and hard-of-hearing).