Things to do, watch, listen this week: 14 to 20 Dec
It is the week before Christmas and what better way to get into the festive mood than with a dose of arts and culture. There are Christmas storytelling sessions for the little ones, jazz performances for the adults and films that ruminate on what makes us human. Read on for our top picks of art and culture activities to enjoy this week.
Classic Christmas Stories
Treat the young ones to Christmas storytelling sessions presented by the Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Little Company. The family-friendly sessions, each 45-minutes-long are held at the KC Arts Centre daily from 15 to 20 Dec. Book your tickets to Classic Christmas Stories here.
Jazz At Play: 7 Songs At Christmas
Get into the Christmas mood with performances of Christmas tunes and jazz classics by local artists such as Alemay Fernandez, Richard Jackson, Rani Singam and The Steve McQueens. The concert, held at Victoria Theatre, runs from 17 to 19 Dec as part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts. Get your tickets to Jazz at Play here.
Don’t miss this free online film about family relationships, which runs from 18 to 20 Dec. It is co-directed by filmmakers Russell Morton and Yeo Siew Hua, and features choreography by performance artist Rizman Putra and music by SatheCollective. Register to watch The Wandering here.
How To Break A Window
Try something new with T:>Works’s experimental theatre programme, which offers everything from digital productions and live readings to performances that blend the online and offline. The programme, which runs from 16 to 19 Dec, features works by winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2020. Attend the programme at 72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road, or online. Learn more about How to Break a Window here.
A Little Mozart With Chloe Chua
Tune in to this violin performance by the talented Singapore violinist Chloe Chua. The 13-year-old will perform Mozart’s lyrical Violin Concerto No. 2 with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. The concert programme also includes Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony. This performance, staged online, is pay-as-you-wish, and it will be available for streaming until 18 Dec. Get your tickets to A Little Mozart With Chloe Chua here.
(Photos: Singapore Repertory Theatre, Singapore International Festival of Arts, T:>Works, Singapore Symphony Orchestra)