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#WorldOnScreen

Come explore the world with SISTIC! #WORLDONSCREEN is a curated list of exciting, engaging and educational online experiences led by professional hosts from all corners of the globe. Satiate your wanderlust with your loved ones from the comfort of your own home. Join us, as we explore the world one city at a time!

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SISTIC Live - Our New Streaming Platform

SISTIC Live allows you to stream past and present productions on any internet enabled device, enjoying unparalleled access to live entertainment from the comfort of your own homes. Easily purchase tickets to upcoming streamed events on SISTIC’s website via a seamless and secure booking experience and contactless payment. Find out more about SISTIC LIVE through these FAQs. Browse events on SISTIC Live below to find your next event or show to watch!

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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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A Ride Back In Time: Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express

Satisfy a bit of that wanderlust by having the world come to you instead. The legendary train, Orient Express, has been brought back to life and transported all the way from Paris to Singapore. A project that has been many years in the making, and further complicated with the ongoing pandemic, pop-up attraction “Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express” has finally opened at Gardens by the Bay on 12 December 2020 and will be open until 13 June 2021. For the first time ever, two of the original train carriages and locomotive, along with over 300 artefacts have left France to sit within the 2000m2 exhibition space within Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. The carriages include the fourgon car and a Pullman car built in 1920 with interiors decorated by René Prou, featuring superb lemon burr marquetry inlaid with pewter floral motifs. Visitors can temporarily bask in the experience of travellers who have used the train for decades, which is also a cultural icon in literature and cinema. Admire more than 300 pieces of historical artefacts, including the train carriages The Orient Express was known for its lavish decorations, and travellers were spoiled like stars and royalties. This train has been a universal attraction since its creation in 1883. A masterpiece in itself, the train is constructed with Cordoba embossed leather ceilings, Lalique crystal bas-reliefs Gobelins tapestries, velvet curtains from Genoa, silverware, precious tablecloths and crystal fine glasses. With more than 300 pieces of artefacts on display, the objet de arts can be categorised into three groups – art, daily and travel. Conceived as a luxury train by Founder Georges Nagelmackers, it was a response to the demand for more comfort during long journeys across Europe back in the days. Visitors will be able to marvel at the display of décor such as Lalique glass plate inlays, René Prou marquetry, restaurant lamps, as well as the dishes used in the dining area, as well as travel objects such as historical Louis Vuitton trunks and garment hangers once used by travellers, displayed in giant trunks. Dine in the replica restaurant carriage with special menu by Double Three Michelin-starred Chef Yannick Alléno Passengers can step aboard the Orient Express dining experience and enjoy a gourmet meal amid period décor from the train’s heyday in the 1920s.As a special gourmet highlight at the pop-up attraction, Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, awarded twice with three Michelin stars, will be offering diners a unique experience to dine lavishly on board the replica Anatolia dining car that will house the pop-up restaurant. Recipes have been created especially for this showcase, and everything has been carefully curated to reflect and mirror the legendary meals of the era, both in terms of the dishes and the decoration. “The Orient Express is a fairy-tale universe linked to travel, culture and gastronomy. It has always spread ‘l’art de vivre à la Française’ (the French art of living) to the entire world. I am very proud to be associated with this project and to be able to offer a pop-up café and restaurant experience made especially for "Once Upon in Time on the Orient Express" in Singapore,” remarked Chef Yannick Alléno. The Orient Express Pop-Up Restaurant will open with high tea sessions from 12 December 2020. The full dining experience of lunch, brunch and dinner will be available before Christmas with more information to be revealed at a later date. Reservations for high tea can be booked online at www.orientexpressexhibition.com. Get tickets to the pop-up attraction on SISTIC now!

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Take a trip across time with the National Museum of Singapore

The lovable robot cat has arrived at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) for Doraemon’s Time-Travelling Adventures in Singapore from 31 October to 27 December 2020! Visitors can look forward to rediscovering Singapore and meeting Doraemon, a beloved character many of us grew up with, through photo opportunities within the museum’s grounds and specially-designed collectibles. Easily one of the most famous doors in Japanese manga and anime, the Anywhere Door can be found alongside lovable Doraemon statues across the museum’s front lawn. Another of Doraemon’s classic gadgets, the Time Machine, invites you to travel through both time and space. Don’t forget to look out for Doraemon’s Gadgets of the Future, where visitors can view some of his fascinating gadgets including the Doc-in-a-Box and Shrink Ray. Visitors will also be able to discover some Gadgets of the Past in a temporary showcase towards the end of the Singapore History Gallery. Visitors can try their hand at designing their own gadget in the Redesign an Artefact activity, based on real artefacts displayed at the museum. You can explore stories of Singapore through fascinating artefacts in the museum’s galleries and our National Collection. A fully online trail by the museum, Let’s jalan-jalan!, allows you to rediscover fun facts about 14 neighbourhoods around Singapore through an “island-wide” hunt, through a microsite https://go.gov.sg/timetravelwithnms. Another online activity you can enjoy from home is Redesign an Artefact. Try your hand at designing your own gadget, based on real artefacts displayed at the National Museum of Singapore! Download your favourite template then draw and colour to upgrade and redesign the artefact, and tell us the name and function of your new creation here https://www.doraemonxnms.sg/ Stand to win exclusive Doraemon Singapore-themed collectibles The National Museum is also presenting a series of programmes in conjunction with the ongoing Children’s Season. This includes the Get Curious trail, which features a fun tic-tac-toe game in the museum’s galleries. Participants will stand a chance to win a specially-curated range of the museum’s merchandise with Doraemon Singapore-themed collectibles designed by homegrown design-led lifestyle goods brand Supermama! Selected designs from the NMS Doraemon Singapore-themed Collection by Supermama Safety at the Museum To ensure a safe environment for everyone, the installations are applied with self-disinfecting coating and cleaned regularly. We would like to remind visitors to refrain from touching the installations and to continue to observe safe management measures as well as good personal hygiene during their visit.