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From Singapore to Singaporean: The ...
From Singapore to Singaporean: The Bicentennial Experience brings you back in time to discover key moments and watch defining events unfold in Singapore’s transformation from as far back as 1299. As the centrepiece of the Singapore Bicentennial in 2019, this event comprises 2 parts:The Time Traveller is a 60-minute immersive multimedia show within the Fort Canning Centre that presents a powerful experience of Singapore’s history across more than 700 years. Visitors will go through five acts played out in the galleries.The Pathfinder is an outdoor experience comprising a set of pavilions with interactive elements that are situated within the Fort Gate area to allow for free and easy exploration. Visitors may spend another 30 minutes or longer here. This event is free, however tickets need to be booked for the Time Traveller.For more information on The Bicentennial Experience, visit www.bicentennial.sg/the-bicentennial-experience/.
National Gallery Singapore - Awaken...
This exhibition investigates how experimental artists acted as catalysts for change during some of Asia’s most turbulent decades. It spotlights artistic responses to major global events such as the Cold War, and explores how artists challenged political, social and artistic conventions.Co-organised by National Gallery Singapore, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea and the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, and the Japan Foundation Asia Center, Awakenings draws connections across Asia through over 150 artworks by important artists from China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia.
ACM - Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Cout...
Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture presents a dialogue between historical and contemporary Chinese design, juxtaposing embroidered masterworks by China's foremost couturière with Chinese artworks from the Asian Civilisations Museum. Guo Pei's dramatic, sculptural gowns reflect influences from growing up in Beijing surrounded by Chinese imperial art and mythology. Her creations express her personal take on contemporary fashion and aesthetics. Exploring her impact on everyday lives beyond the runway, the exhibition presents several of Guo Pei's intricate Chinese bridal gowns – including two directly inspired by artworks in the ACM collection. Serving as points of encounter and departure, the ACM objects invite contemplation on how Guo Pei references and reimagines Chinese art and tradition for China and the world today.
Sea Life Malaysia
UP-CLOSE ocean experiences through magical STORYTELLING, INTERACTIVE displays and hands-on ENCOUNTERSSEA LIFE Malaysia aims to engage and inspire kids to learn, love and care for the ocean through compelling storytelling and up-close interactive education journey:• Feel the textures of our coastal friends in Rookpools• Say “Hi” to seahorse friends• Watch the breath-taking Stingray dance• Drop by at Amazing creations where magic happens• Be dazzled by our glowing jellies• Explore our 180° ocean tunnel and try to spot the famous Black Tip Reef Shark• Head over to the Malaysian Rainforest, showcasing Malaysia as one of earth’s 12 mega diversity countries.This is exclusive for SEA LIFE Malaysia only.With a touch of LEGO’s DNA – building imagination through play, guest will be delighted to discover LEGO® Mini-Figures and other LEGO® sea creatures when they embark on their educational journey inside SEA LIFE Malaysia.
How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vog...
Paula Vogel's acclaimed play is set in 1960s rural America and explores a teenage girl's coming of age as she navigates a complicated relationship with an older man - her aunt's husband, Peck. This memory play skilfully follows the young girl, Li'l Bit, through her adolescence and college years as part of a family whose notions of parenting are difficult to embrace. Surrounded by pubescent boys and grown men who seem to only think about sex and women's breasts, Li'l Bit never stops looking for love even as she finds herself caught up in the most dangerous love of all.This journey of a woman looking back on her life and her relationship with her aunt’s husband, blurs the line between what is wrong, and what feels right. It's frequently confronting as the writer questions how far we will go to excuse wrong-doing in the name of love. Vignettes from a Greek-style chorus add many moments of levity and pathos to the picture of a family with no bassense ic of the rules of the road.“Ms Vogel has a gift for sustaining humour and pathos at the same time, without trivialising either emotion.” - NY Times“The play is a potent and convincing comment on a taboo subject, and its impact sneaks up on its audience.” - Variety“How I Learned to Drive is on the shortlist of masterworks about sexual abuse, and in the #metoo era, it’s a live grenade onstage.” - The Washington PostRating: Advisory 16
Have you ever imagined yourself rafting across extremely strong currents, firing at enemies while precariously balancing off the edge of a high-rise building and bracing yourself against a stormy blizzard that threatens to blow you away?Opening for the first time ever in Singapore is one of the biggest VR Theme Parks in Southeast Asia - HeadRock VR promises to bring out the adventurer in you with an unforgettable, larger-than-life experience.With different themes and 11 extreme attractions to choose from, a thrilling adventure awaits!
National Gallery Singapore - Genera...
National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery will feature Singapore and Southeast Asian art in its long-term and special exhibitions. It will also work with leading museums worldwide to co-present Southeast Asian art in a wider context, positioning Singapore as a regional and international hub for the visual arts. DBS Gallery presents Siapa Nama Kamu?: Art in Singapore since the 19th Century "Siapa Nama Kamu?" means "What is your name?" The inaugural exhibition of the DBS Singapore Gallery poses this question, inviting visitors to consider how art may relate to issues of self and community, and what it means to look at Singapore through its art.Drawing on close to 400 works, it explores the influences and practices that have shaped and transformed Singapore art. Each artwork provides insights into why and how an artist responded to his surroundings and circumstances. Taken as a whole, the wide range of artworks reflects the complexities involved in telling this extensive story. UOB Southeast Asia Gallery presents Between Declarations and Dreams: Art of Southeast Asia since the 19th Century If one thing characterises Southeast Asia, it is change. A meeting point for major civilisations, religions and colonial powers, it has experienced a tumultuous social and political history, marked by a complex relationship between local traditions and influences from the West.Between Declarations and Dreams looks at Southeast Asian art’s continuous encounter with the new, and how artists negotiated meaning and expression as they grappled with change. A powerful exhibition, it displays close to 400 artworks, as well as rare books and artefacts.
Kunto Aji – Mantra Mantra Live (Ind...
Kunto Aji makes his Singapore debut at Pesta Raya! With his warm and smooth vocals, he presents a groovy evening with Mantra Mantra Live, where he performs a selection of favourites from his latest album Mantra Mantra and his debut album Generation Y. Known as Aji to his fans, Kunto Aji is a rising star in the Indonesian music scene who wins over his crowd with heartwrenching lyrics. He first came into the public eye on Indonesian Idol in 2008, and went on to release his debut single Terlalu Lama Sendiri, which became one of the most played songs in Indonesia in 2014. The following year, his debut album Generation Y came out, and he was named the Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Indonesian Choice Awards. After dropping the Overthinker EP in 2017, Kunto Aji released his sophomore album Mantra Mantra in 2018, showcasing his maturing artistry and relatable songwriting.Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
Hetty Koes Endang (Indonesia)
Indonesian music diva Hetty Koes Endang takes to the Esplanade Concert Hall stage to present a selection of her iconic evergreen hits including Jodoh, Kasih, Berdiri Bulu Romaku and many more!Be enthralled in this one-night-only concert as Hetty Koes Endang shares keroncong classics and pop favourites with special guest, her daughter, the rising pop star Afifah Yusof.Last performing at Esplanade in 2012 in Keroncong Gala, the 61-year-old Hetty Koes Endang continues to be active in the entertainment scene as a performer and a judge on reality singing competitions.Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
THE JAZZ DJOGETS SHOW SINGAPURA BO...
The 7piece power-kampung extravaganza, The Jazz Djogets are coming to Pesta Raya to celebrate all things Djogetable! (Danceable)Highly entertaining and with a penchant for musical experimentation, The Jazz Djogets present their groovy and infectious renditions of Malay, Indonesian, English and Japanese classics and hits from the ’50s to the ’70s.The Jazz Djogets is a Singapore-based septet who plays a mix of Malay, Indonesian, English, Brazilian and Japanese music, and some of the finest jazz standards and beyond. The inception of the group came about when frontman and crooner Rudy Djoe, the “gila (crazy) Japanese jazz pianist” aka “Minah Jepun” Aya Sekine and jazz songbird Namie Rasman had a post-event makan (eat) session in the heart of Kampong Glam, followed by even more brainstorming while sipping on ginger tea and teh tarik. And as they say, the rest is history!Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
Syarif – Dan Seterusnya (Up Next)
Syarif, one-half of the award-winning hip hop duo SleeQ, makes his debut solo performance at Pesta Raya! He takes the stage to showcase his new sound, featuring his own R&B and soul originals.Co-directed with Trisno Ishak, former lead singer of Urban Xchange, this intimate showcase sees Syarif sharing his life and musical journey over the years in a soulful and dynamic performance.Syarif began his career in the Singapore entertainment industry as part of SleeQ. After the duo decided to go down their individual paths in 2015, he took a break from music, and ventured into business and acting. At the same time, Syarif worked closely with Trisno Ishak finding and creating his own music identity. After two years of working and refining his music, now is the time for Syarif’s reintroduction to the Singapore music scene.Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
The Seen and Unseen by Kamila Andi...
One day, 10-year-old Tantri comes to realise she will not have much more time with her bedridden twin brother Tantra, who is losing his senses one by one. Grappling with this reality, Tantri finds solace in the deepness and the darkness of night. Under a full moon, she dances, finding herself between reality and imagination, loss and hope. Tantri experiences a magical and emotional journey into womanhood that eclipses Tantra’s fading life.The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala) is a new performance work, a cross-cultural collaboration between artists from Indonesia, Japan and Australia. Inspired by Indonesian filmmaker Kamila Andini’s film The Seen and Unseen, which has been described as “a truly singular film” (Cinema Scope) and “a haunting and hypnotic interpretation…rooted in Balinese arts and culture” (Variety).This live theatrical production is a visual feast incorporating dance, live music and song, and features an electronic score, creating a blend of traditional Balinese dance movement with a contemporary approach to theatre. Driving this production is the Balinese philosophy of Sekala Niskala (“the seen and unseen”), a fundamentally dualist spiritual structure that describes what we cannot see as having equal value to what is seen in the world.Directed by Kamila Andini (Indonesia), The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala) features an all-child cast from Komunitas Bumi Bajra. The production also features a cross-cultural creative team that includes choreographer Ida Ayu Wayan Arya Satyani (Indonesia), composer Yasuhiro Morinaga (Japan), designer Eugyeene Teh (Australia), lighting designer Jenny Hector (Australia), dramaturgy by Adena Jacobs, theatre director and artistic director of Fraught Outfit (Australia).-A co-commission by Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay and Asia TOPA: Asia-Pacific Triennial ofPerforming Arts Produced by Performing Lines In collaboration with Fourcolours Films, Komunitas Bumi Bajra, Fraught Outfit, Komunitas Salihara Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
An Esplanade Commission Teroka! Ker...
Set sail with King Nila and his friends! King Nila sails the high seas and discovers a mysterious island. On this island, he makes friends with a boy, a mermaid and a lion, and they journey together, weathering storms.. Will they reach their destination? Will they find a home? This tale is a retelling of how Sang Nila Utama discovered Singapore, and with his friends, travelled to find home.Written by Adib KosnanDirected by Noor Effendy IbrahimVisit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
Mad About Comedy - Comedy Cabaret
Mad About Comedy Singapore is proud to invite you to our 'Comedy Cabaret' premiere show.Expect laughter, music, magic, comedy and more. There is no other show like it in town.ONE NIGHT ONLY - FRI 28th June. Doors 7pm. Show 8.00pm - 10.00pmInspired by the vaudeville style, you will be treated to 2 hours of entertainment with award-winning performers from Singapore and overseas. Your host, Singapore's very own Queen of the night, Becca D'Bus will oversee the proceedings and award-winning comedian Scott Agnew (UK) will close the show.Enjoy 10% - 20% discount when pre-ordering your Singapore Lager.The venue allows you take them into the auditorium to enjoy during the show.Order here - https://comedycabaret.peatix.com
Couple's Perfume Workshop
Make a perfect gift and have fun doing so.Guess your partner's personality and bottle it or create your own signature scent.Each person makes and takes home 105ml of custom perfume - 3 travel-size sample and 1 hand-polished crystal bottle. Read reviews and find out more at www.Perfumeworkshop.comA couple would require to purchase two tickets.
The Jungle Adventure: A Romp on the...
An original musical puppet show inspired from the classic The Jungle Book, "The Jungle Adventure" is the tale of Mowgli and his journey to find who he is and where he belongs. Take a romp into the enigmatic jungles of Southeast Asia with Mowgli and his animal friends through interactive play, and learn the importance of wildlife conservation!With an action-packed plot, captivating characters, and spirited music, "The Jungle Adventure" is set to be an exhilarating and dynamic theatre experience for all, the young and the young at heart!
Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro
You’re invited to the wedding!This season, the Singapore Lyric Opera is proud to present the SLO-Leow Siak Fah Artists' first performance in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro! Performing an abridged version of this time-honoured classic, the story takes place a few years after the plot of The Barber of Seville - where we encounter Figaro and his bride-to-be Susanna who are about to get married. However, many hurdles stand in the way of the happy couple and the altar. Join us for an evening of fun-filled festivities and find out if they ever marry after all!
Wine Carnival Singapore 2019
Who are we:Began its journey in 2018 in Singapore and now, organise the most fun wine exhibition, wine fair in Asia with wine competitions, wine games, professional wine master classes. Enjoy wines with local artists live concert. More than 2,000 wine seekers come to the event. It brings the event continue succeed.What is the Event:Wine Carnival, yearly basis wines and spirits exhibition event. The event allows wine merchants to communicate with end consumers directly. And wine seekers have a chance to purchase wines with direct importer in Singapore. It is not only wines exhibition, but also wine education, wine competition event with lots of live performance. It allows consumers would like to stay longer during the event.
An Esplanade Commission Fatih – The...
NADI Singapura presents an epic tale of trial and tribulation, told through Malay percussion, martial arts, dance, prose and song.Prince Fatih of the Kingdom of Sritanmira embarks on a journey of self-discovery, and finds himself lost and betrayed, only to be saved by the power of his parents’ love. His arduous path, filled with sacrifice and pain, leads to a discovery of a forgotten past, promising peace and glory. Featuring a creative team from Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand, Fatih – The Prince & The Drum is the first large-scale commission of a theatre production by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay at Pesta Raya. An original story and music by Riduan Zalani and NADI Singapura, Fatih – The Prince & The Drum is directed by internationally renowned Indonesian director, Garin Nugroho, who last presented the sold-out Setan Jawa at Pesta Raya in 2017, and written by Zulfadli Rashid. Original Story and Music: Riduan Zalani & NADI SingapuraDirector: Garin Nugroho (Indonesia)Playwright: Zulfadli Rashid Starring: NADI Singapura | Riduan Zalani | Nizar Fauzie | Rizman Putra | Izzathy Halil | Norisham Osman | Wirastuti Susilaningtyas (Indonesia) | Nan Jombang Dance Company (Indonesia)Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
Akeem Jahat & The Mobbin Hoodies
Budak Jahat Budak Jahat! (Bad Boy Bad Boy!)Akeem Jahat is a rapper/songwriter/producer who is known for his raw and streetwise works in the mixtape circuit. Akeem began mixing around in the perimeters of Woodlands. He was at every street, avenue and corner, gradually becoming the product of his environment. This has given him the ability to understand and engage diverse situations accordingly. In 2014, Akeem released SeluDOPE, the well acclaimed 20-track mixtape. The impact was almost instantaneous as soon as the mixtape hit the internet. Songs like Nora Danish, Duit Rokok and Ribena even caught attention outside of the hip hop scene, turning Akeem into more than just an underground act. He gradually garnered the attention of the internet with his unique bilingual Malay-English compositions.The Mobbin Hoodies join Akeem on stage at Pesta Raya performing tracks off his mixtape such as Woodlands, Level 22s and Gua love minahs. Come through and party with them!Visit www.esplanade.com/pestaraya for the full festival line-up.
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