What’s On This Weekend: 27 to 29 December 2019 | The A List

What’s On This Weekend: 27 to 29 December 2019 | The A List

Make your last weekend of the decade a memorable one with arts and culture. Enjoy a free musical performance or pique your child’s curiosity with a self-guided trail. And if you are in the mood for love, catch an interpretive dance that explores various expressions of love. Read on for our top picks for the weekend, and if you don’t find what you like, curate your own weekend here.

Mr Dragon’s Great Escape

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Ignite your child’s curiosity this weekend at an installation with a self-guided trail that will take them on a mission around the Asian Civilisations Museum and allow them to discover stories behind artefacts in the museum. Details about Mr Dragon’s Great Escape here.

Resonates With: Musician’s Initiative

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Be wowed by up-and-coming musicians, conductors and performers at this free musical performance held at the National Gallery Singapore. Then, stay on and admire the works of art in the museum’s galleries. Details about Resonates With: Musician’s Initiative here.

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Melati Suryodarmo: Memento Mori

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Enjoy contemplative moments at this exhibition at the STPI. This print and paper exhibition features works by Indonesian artist Melati Suryodarmo, which examines the relationship between site, body and memory. Details about Melati Suryodarmo: Memento Mori here.

Astrolabe Whakaterenga

astrolabe whakaterenga

Go on a multi-sensory adventure with this immersive showcase that combines VR, dance and light at the National Museum of Singapore. This showcase is inspired by Chinese culture and ancient Asian star charts. Details about Astrolabe Whakaterenga here.

Sayang, Sayang, Sayang

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Discover new ways of interpreting the Malay term of endearment, sayang, with this dance performance by Kres Dancers, a collective made up of Malay dance enthusiasts. The performance is at the Drama Centre in the National Library Building. Details about Sayang, Sayang, Sayang here.

(Photos: Asian Civilisations Museums, National Gallery Singapore, STPI, Good Company Arts and Kres Dancers)

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