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Singapore Symphony Orchestra

Since its founding in 1979, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) has been Singapore’s flagship orchestra, touching lives through music and providing the heartbeat of our cultural scene. Bridging the musical traditions of East and West, the orchestra has a versatile repertoire which spans all-time favourites and orchestral masterpieces to cutting-edge premieres. The orchestra makes its performing home at the 1,800-seat Esplanade Concert Hall. More intimate works and community performances take place at the 673-seat Victoria Concert Hall, the home of the SSO. The SSO also manages the Singapore Symphony Choruses, the chamber music series VCHpresents, the Singapore International Piano Festival, the Singapore National Youth Orchestra and the National Piano & Violin Competition.

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Marina Bay Sands

Come and revel in a myriad of exciting experiences. Feast your senses on world-class performances at Sands Theatre™, which has played host to award-winning musicals like The Lion King and The Phantom of the Opera. Visiting Singapore for the first time? Take in unparalleled views of the island from 57 levels high at SkyPark® Observation Deck, or enjoy a leisurely Sampan ride along the canal. Be inspired by thought-provoking exhibitions at ArtScience Museum™. Interact with cutting-edge digital installations in the permanent exhibition Future World: Where Art Meets Science. Get an all-access pass to explore other exhibitions staged in partnership with renowned museums and galleries from around the world. Save up to 20% when you book Show & Dine or Exhibition & Lunch packages!

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BASE Entertainment Asia

At BASE Entertainment Asia, we manage the beautiful Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands and bring the world’s best live theatrical performances and family entertainment to our stage. Renowned shows from Broadway and London's West End and more, take place in front of live audiences –mesmerizing crowds with outstanding music, breathtaking sets and magical stories. 2020 is set to be bigger and even more spectacular with our variety of shows that will delight audiences of all ages.

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Fun activities and events to keep your little ones entertained this September school holidays

Time sure flies! In the blink of an eye, the September school holidays are already here. Can’t wait to finally take a break from all things academic? We have great news! Other than sleeping in, there are many exciting events lined up for you to enjoy! Boredom is sure out of the way when you have all these events to take part in. Here are some of our suggestions for you to kick start your exciting holiday schedule: 1) Online Stream: TLC Classic Stories Back by popular demand! Go on an amazing journey around the world with twelve classic stories from Singapore, Canada, France, USA, Denmark and Germany. Whether you like fantasy stories, stories of good triumphing over evil, or just want to have a good laugh, we have a story for you! Be transported to wonderful places and back in time through the magic of storytelling, conjured by TLC’s engaging storytellers Alemay Fernandez, Daniel Jenkins, Andrew Marko and Julie Wee. 2) Jumptopia Get ready for the next bouncy adventure by Kiztopia with Jumptopia at D’Marquee Downtown East. Hop on seven giant inflatable castles and explore different craft activity zones with your friends and family. Enjoy unforgettable memories with this special Kiztopia promotion. 3) Kiztopia Singapore Kiztopia gives kids and families the opportunity to play, learn and develop through fun and engaging interactive activities. The diverse play area encourages children to freely explore while developing their physical, emotional, cognitional and social skills. Parents and families not only have loads of fun, Kiztopia provides a fabulous bonding experience that can be enjoyed over and over again. 4) La Clique La Clique is a theatrical phenomenon featuring a unique blend of circus, cabaret, comedy, and live music. The show has performed to sold out audiences in cities such as Edinburgh, Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brighton, Montreal, and New York. La Clique features an international cast of 9 exceptional artists and accompanied by the acclaimed 4piece La Clique Palais Orkestra. Audiences are seated around a small stage no larger than 3 meters wide and are so close to the action they feel as though they are a part of the show. 5) Peppa Pig Live - Perfect Rainy Day Peppa Pig is back with a brand new Musical Adventure that promises to make the biggest muddy puddle ever! As an unexpected storm comes by, Peppa Pig’s grandparents arrives at her house along with their loveable pet, Polly Parrot, followed by Peppa’s friends Rebecca Rabbit and Suzy Sheep. While the storm continues, Peppa Pig feels very bored because they are stuck in the house and have nothing to do. Mummy Pig suggests putting out “A Rainy Day Play”. Everyone contributes essential and different elements to create this wonderful play perfectly. 6) da:ns festival 2021 Footwork - Parents and Kids Discover the joy of movement and find new ways to dance at da:ns festival's Footwork workshops. A great way for parents and kids aged 7–10 years old to bond and have lots of fun and laughter in these choreographed dance moves! There's no better way to find new ways to dance than to try dancing yourself. Footwork gives you the opportunity to learn popular dances from the experts and pick up some moves in the months leading up to the da:ns festival. 7) Orient Express The Pop-Up Attraction “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” was opened last December 2020 at the West Lawn of Gardens by the Bay. Visitors can relive the emotions of travellers who have boarded the Orient Express through a reconstituted train platform, and showrooms where they can embark on a fascinating journey through the history of the Orient Express. “Once Upon A Time on The Orient Express” will present some of the most extraordinary objects and documents to showcase centuries old history that retraces the legacy of the train, allowing visitors to discover events that transformed the world, and shaped the map. It is a unique opportunity for visitors to explore the tracks and landscapes that generations before had once travelled on, and witness what then, only a few explorers and diplomats had. 8) Kids Club Storytelling: The Mysterious Turtle In this famous and delightful tale from Korea, a magical turtle delivers good news to the soldiers and villagers during a time of war in this week’s story. Join Gateway Arts Kids Club’s guest storyteller Victoria Chen to find out what news the turtle brought! 9) ArtScience Museum - Virtual Realms Step into the realm of the videogame in a series of playful and immersive installations that will take you on a journey through new sonic landscapes and exciting kaleidoscopic worlds. With its global premiere at ArtScience Museum Virtual Realms: Videogames Transformed pairs six of the world's most acclaimed videogame developers with six leading media design studios to create a series of large-scale, immersive installations. By moving videogames from the screen to the museum gallery this exhibition presents 21st century game design as a unique form of contemporary art. 10) Singapore Night Safari Singapore Night Safari is home to around 900 animals and classified as the world's first nocturnal wildlife park. See these spectacular animals in a different light, after the sun goes down. Explore six geographical zones on a 40-minute guided tram ride that takes you from the Himalayan hills to the Southeast Asian jungles. Take a walking trail for a closer view of the animal's nightly rituals, including Sri Lankan leopards studying their spots, and fishing cats hunting their prey in the river.

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THIS Buddhist Film Festival 2021

Dharma In Action is proud to present the seventh edition of the Thus Have I Seen (THIS) Buddhist Film Festival this September. This year, open your mind with 15 Buddhist-themed documentaries and feature films from 12 countries. THISBFF is the longest-running and only biennial Buddhist film event in Singapore, providing a platform for film lovers to access and contemplate the Buddha’s timeless teachings of wisdom and compassion through these specially curated films. All 15 films will be screened at Shaw Theatres Lido (Singapore), while 8 online films are accessible by ticket holders located in Singapore and Malaysia. Shaw Theatres Lido is a Fully Vaccinated Cinema reserved for patrons who are able to produce proof of vaccination. Children aged 12 and below will not be allowed entry into the cinema halls for THISBFF 2021 screenings. If you do not meet any of these conditions, please buy the Online Pass to enjoy 8 selected films online.