What’s On This Weekend: 15 to 17 November 2019 | A List
Spice up this weekend with fun arts and culture events. Catch a play where young actors bring to life the secrets of a colonial bungalow, try your hand at making art at Goodman Arts Centre, or take the little ones to a child-friendly concert. Read on for our pick of not-to-be-missed events this weekend.
A Little Bed Trip
Be transported into the realm of dreams and fantasy at this theatrical dance by theatre group Cie Cahin-Caha. The performance, held at Our Tampines Hub Festive Plaza on Saturday and Toa Payoh HDB Hub on Sunday, is part of Arts in Your Neighbourhood, an initiative by the National Arts Council that brings art to the heartland. It is a collaboration with the French Embassy and Institut Francais, in conjuction with the Voilah! France Singapore Festival. Details here and here.
Concerts For Children: Emily Saves The Orchestra
Go on a musical adventure with the little ones this weekend at a children’s concert led by conductor Joshua Tan. A story of bravery and hope will be told through orchestral music, drama, dance and costumes. The performance is held at Victoria Concert Hall. Details here and here.
Goodman B-Sides 2019
Immerse yourself in all things art – from making glass magnets and ceramic planting pots to exploring artist studios and watching free music performances at Goodman Arts Centre’s open house event. If you are looking to get some Christmas shopping done, don’t forget to check out the arts and crafts market at the event. Details here.
Living With Ink: The Collection Of Dr Tan Tsze Chor
Be ready to be dazzled by precious paintings from the collection of famed art collector, Dr Tan Tsze Chor. The exhibition, held at the Asian Civilisation Museum, explores how Chinese art collectors and philanthropists shaped the appreciation of Chinese art in the 20th century. Details here.
Discover the secrets of 18 Temenggong Road, an iconic colonial bungalow in Mount Faber, through this performance by young actors from ACT3 Drama Academy. These actors will bring to life the history of the home through four performances staged in different rooms in the building. Details here.
(Photos: National Arts Council, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Goodman Arts Centre, Arts Civilisation Museum and ACT3 Drama Academy)