ABOUT TALES OF SANG KANCIL
Sang Kancil is a small and clever mousedeer who uses its wit and intelligence to triumph over creatures more powerful than itself in the animal kingdom. The Tales of Sang Kancil is a compilation of folktales for children based on adventures of Sang Kancil in the Malay world.
Combining elements from two cultural art forms, Indian Dance (e.g. Bharatanatyam) and Malay Dance (e.g. Inang and Zapin) to depict characters in the forest, this programme comprises a performance video...
Start Sales Date
Tue 5 Oct 2021, 9am to Thu 31 Mar 2022, 11pm
Tue 5 Oct 2021, 10am to Thu 31 Mar 2022, 11pm
- Singapore Sign Language (SgSL)
Approximately 1 hour, no interval
This is a digital stream. Stream starts on 8 Oct 2021, 9am and is viewable until 31 Mar 2022, 11.59pm.
You will also receive a digital copy of Educator/Parent’s Guide with suggested activities and worksheet for young audience in the e-ticket to recap your learning experience.
- After receiving the e-ticket, you can login up to four (4) times any time between 8 October 2021 to 31 March 2022.
- You will have access to all videos
An accessible format that includes Singapore Sign Language interpretation as well as closed captions will be available from November 2021.
For payment by e-invoicing (Vendors@Gov), please fill in this booking form and the Malay Heritage Centre will follow up with you.
For all other payment option such as credit card, please book directly through this website or contact Sistic.com
This programme is eligible for funding under NAC-AEP for Pre-Schools and the Tote Board Arts Grant Subsidy. There is a subsidy of up to 50% for eligible schools. Please check the NAC-AEP website for more information.
Programme ID: PAP025097
Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) is a heritage institution that showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Singapore-Malay community. Situated amidst the Istana Kampong Gelam and the surrounding Kampong Gelam precinct, MHC offers a wonderful cultural exposure and learning opportunities for visitors of all ages and interests through its exhibits, programmes and activities. Visit www.malayheritage.org.sg to learn more or follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates.
Traditions are stories, values and customs that have passed from one generation to the next. These are important for building cohesive familial relationship and weaving a stronger and closer-knitted community.
Folktales have always been particularly efficient in sharing values, and for a young audience, we developed a programme that is cognitively and developmentally appropriate to engage their inquisitive young minds.
Tales of Sang Kancil, produced for the Malay Heritage Centre in collaboration with The Artground and conceptualised by Era Dance Theatre and Maya Dance Theatre is our commitment to develop works with traditional arts masters. This programme aims to create memorable experiences for our young audiences so that we will continue to keep our traditions alive.
Standard : S$300