GISELLE Dance Appreciation Series
12-15 February at Esplanade Theatre
First performed here in 1999, Giselle remains one of the Singapore Dance Theatre’s long-standing and well-loved classics, for its breath-taking yet heart-breaking tale of romance and betrayal, as choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot.
About 3 more weeks to our very first performance in 2018! Join us at our Introduction to Giselle (Dance Appreciation Series) on 10 February at 4pm, at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Tickets on SISTIC! 📷: Justin Koh #singaporedancetheatre #supportSDT #sdt30 #visitsingapore #sgdance #esplanadesg #childrenevent #childrensart #sgchildren
EVITA the musical
23 February to 11 March at Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
The iconic Broadway production, Evita is here to tell a rags to riches story of a different kind revolving around Eva Peron, wife of former Argentine dictator Juan Peron and the woman touted as the “spiritual leader of the nation” by the Argentine people.
KUMAR 50 concert
28 February to 11 March at Capitol Theatre
Singapore’s most fabulous comedian is turning 50 with a bang. Expect lots of pink—like his now candy floss-coloured mane—lip-syncing show girls, and nights filled with hilarious stories of his birth, girth and everyone else’s dirt that will have you laughing on the floor.
Kumar tells it as it is! Find out how he feels about his age and what wisdom he will impart this GIVING WEEK in Lesson 3: Being 50. Celebrate with the birthday show everyone's excited about! SISTIC link in our Instagram bio. Donate to Beyond Social Services, the cause that Kumar is supporting for The Great Giveaway and stand a chance to win VIP tickets and even backstage passes to Kumar50! Go to GivingWeek.sg! #kumar50 #dreamacademysg #givingweeksg
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Treasures of the Natural World exhibition
On now at the ArtScience Museum
The ArtScience Museum takes visitors on a walk on the wild side through Treasures of the Natural World, a rich and crucial collection in natural history from the prestigious Natural History Museum, London. Over 200 star objects have travelled to Southeast Asia for the first time, featuring a house of botany, queens of the jungle, extinct creatures, gemstones, as well as manuscripts by some of the world’s greatest scientists and discoverers of evolutionary biology.
Art From The Streets exhibition
On now at the ArtScience Museum
From 13 January to 3 June 2018, the ArtScience Museum will host the region’s largest ever retrospective street art exhibition. And to mark this 40-year celebration of urban culture and creativity are on-site interventions this opening weekend here.
‘Art from the Streets’ has officially invaded @ArtScienceMuseum! We recommend checking out the 10 phenomenal new commissions that were created on-site specifically for this exhibition by up-and-coming Argentinian-Spanish artist, @felipepantone ; Paris-based Moroccan artist, @tarekbenaoum ; Polish graphic designer and illustrator, @stencilcity; French street artists, @thisisludo, @yzyseult and @aguirre_schwarz; one of UK’s leading post-graffiti artists, @remirough; Yogyakarta-based artist, @ekonugroho_studio and Singaporean urban artists, @SpeakCryptic and @_theyok & @_sheryo! Get all the deets and your exhibition tickets from the link in bio #ArtFromTheStreetsASM #ArtScienceMuseum #MarinaBaySands #StreetArt #UrbanArt #SingaporeArtWeek #magdadanysz @magdagallery @visit_singapore