What’s On This Valentine’s Weekend: 14 to 16 February 2020 | A List

What’s On This Valentine’s Weekend: 14 to 16 February 2020 | A List

Spend this Valentine’s Day with the ones you love – your beau, best friends and family, or make it a day of self-care and me-time. Either way, there are no lack of arts and culture events to help you mark the special occasion. Read on for our top picks.

Theatre
Stick Man

stick man KidsFest aba productions

Spend quality time this weekend with the whole family at a lively theatre production that blends puppetry, live music and dance. Held at the Victoria Theatre, the show is based off a picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Details about Stick Man here.

Multidisciplinary
SB Celebrates: Valentine’s Day At Gillman Barracks

singapore biennale valentines day at gillman barracks

Keep things fresh this weekend at Gillman Barracks with unusual date activities, including a campfire sharing session on haunted love, which might get you and your significant other huddling close to each other. Details about SB Celebrates: Valentine’s Day At Gillman Barracks here.

Visual Arts
Kampung Sketching

kampung sketching by groundup initiative at kampung kampus

If you are single this Valentine’s Day and looking for a change of scenery, gather your squad of beau-less pals and head to the green fields of Kampung Kampus in Yishun. Find yourself in nature and channel your inner artist at this art-jamming session. Details about Kampung Sketching here.

Dance
Introduction To Romeo And Juliet

introduction to romeo and juliet by singapore dance theatre

Let the little ones fall in love with dance at an hour-long ballet performance of the classic romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. Staged at the Esplanade Concert Hall, the performance by Singapore Dance Theatre features narration and dance excerpts as well as swordplay and humour. Details about Introduction To Romeo And Juliet here.

In view of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus situation, if you are unwell, do avoid public spaces and contact with others, and seek medical attention. Let’s continue to maintain good personal hygiene, stay healthy, keep calm and look after one another.

(Photos: ABA Production, Singapore Art Museum, Ground-Up Initiative and Singapore Dance Theatre)

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