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Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea
The Best of the C’s with Dimension5 & seira

Dimension5 returns with seira for another unforgettable performance at Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea! This time around, they present gems from yesteryear by The Carpenters, Cliff Richard, Carole King, Connie Francis and more!

About seira
seira is a contemporary music ensemble passionate about creating distinctive musical experiences and touching lives through the process. Formed in 2017 by Misugi Tsumugu, the ensemble is made up of young string, wind, and percussion musicians who believe in bringing people from all generations and backgrounds together through live performances packed with youthful energy.

Vouchers for coffee/tea will be provided at each performance. Limited to one voucher per ticket.

Start Sales Date

Internet :
7 May 2018, 9am

Other Channels :
7 May 2018, 10am




Approximately 1 hour, no intermission

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Admission Rules of Esplanade:
Rating/Age Limit

  • Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
  • Infants in arms or children below the age of 6 shall not be admitted.
  • Children above 6 years must purchase ticket for admission.

Late Seating Advisory

  • You are strongly advised to be seated 15 minutes before the performance start time.

Photography/Video Recording Rules

  • No flash photography is allowed for this event.
  • Please note that photographs and videos of patrons may be taken at this event for use in our archival and publicity material.

Corporate / Group Bookings
For Group Booking of 20 tickets and above, please contact Esplanade Box Office at (65) 68288389 or email at boxoffice@esplanade.com

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Gajalee Indian Seafood Restaurant | #02-12
The Gab Cafe | #03-02

Retail & Services
Csar Luxe | #02-11
Kenko Wellness Spa | #02-21

Alter Ego | #01-13D, Annexe
Chef Wan’s Kitchen | #02-14
Co+Nut+ink | #01-K7, Waterfront
Hangout | Annexe Porch
Harry’s | #01-05/07
Leeu SG | #02-07
Mischief | #01-10/12
Noosh Halal Noodle Bar and Grill | #01-13B, Annexe
Orgo | #04-01, Roof Terrace
Restaurant Labyrinth | #02-23 (Valid for Pre-show menu only)
Supply & Demand | #01-13, Annexe
Suzette | #01-13E, Annexe
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf | #01-02/04
Tomo Izakaya | #01-09
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle and Bistro | #01-13C, Annexe

Poster Hub | #02-17
The Band World | #02-08
Tong Ming Xi Gallery | #02-06

Old School Delights | #02-25

Retail & Services
Alexandria Maison | #02-02
Artsembly | #02-01/03
Fort Sanctuary | #02-04
Studio Haroobee | #02-20 (For first time trial lesson and/or courses)
The Analog Room By The Analog Vault | #02-10
The Analog Vault By Vinylicious | #02-13
The Naturalist Grandeur | #02-09

Barossa | #01-11
Available 5.30pm–7.30pm daily.
Pre-show two-course dinner at $20++. Choice of Appetiser or Dessert with Main Course

Chef Wan's Kitchen | #02-14
Pre-show lunch or dinner set from $15.90+.

Gajalee Indian Seafood Restaurant | #02-12
Available 6pm – 8pm daily.
Pre-show lunch or dinner set from $19.90.

Orgo | #04-01, Roof Terrace
Available 6pm – 8pm daily
A selection of two tapas and two drinks (beer, wine, soft drinks or special cocktails) $40++
Available 9.30pm – 12am daily
Choose from Esplanade Tasting Menu at $120++ per person with wine/cocktail pairing available at additional $80++ or
Esplanade Dessert Menu at $30++ per person with cocktail pairing available at additional $20++

Restaurant Labyrinth | #02-23
Available 6pm-8pm from Thursdays to Saturdays. Last order at 6.30pm.
Four-course set menu at $58++

Terms and conditions: Valid till 31 Mar 2019. Not applicable with other promotions, discounts, vouchers and offers by credit or privilege cards. Ticket stubs presented must be for shows in Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and used on the day of the performance except for Studio Haroobee and Restaurant Labyrinth (Valid 7 days from the date of performance). Prices indicated may be subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes. Management reserves the right to amend any promotional terms and conditions without prior notice. Merchants’ terms and conditions apply.

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Event Date
Mon, 9 Jul 2018

10.30am & 3.00pm

Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

Standard: S$15