What’s On This Weekend: 8 to 10 November 2019 | A List

What’s On This Weekend: 8 to 10 November 2019 | A List

Slow down this weekend and let art soothe your weary soul. Find love at a concert, immerse yourself in art-making, or discover the art of storytelling. Read on for our top weekend arts picks and have a blissful weekend.

Dance
Every Little Step I Take


Put a spring in your step with this dance trail that starts at Punggol Plaza and winds its way through the neighbourhood. Don’t be surprised if you come across dancers at mini pop-up performances along the trail on Sunday. The trail is launched as part of Arts In Your Neighbourhood, an initiative by the National Arts Council that brings art to the heartland. Details here.

Music
VCH Presents Chamber: Love And Longing


Be serenaded by classical singer Long Long and pianist Tengku Irfan with French and Italian love songs. Their performance at the Victoria Concert Hall will feature songs that take audiences on a journey of heartache, heartbreak and love. Details here.

Literary Art
Podcasts: Storytelling Through Sound


Learn the art of storytelling from the host of the Some Scruff podcast, Davelle Lee. This workshop, held at the National Gallery Singapore, is part of the annual Singapore Writers Festival organised by the National Arts Council. Details here.

Multidisciplinary
Southernmost


Drop by an arts festival that explores the creative process of artists. The festival, held at Centre 42 in Waterloo Street, is organised by the experimental theatre companies Emergency Stairs and Zuni. The festival programme includes performances and masterclasses by talented artists from across Asia. Details here.

Heritage
Wan Qing CultureFest 2019


Gather the family for a time of celebration of Chinese cultural traditions at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. Its Wan Qing CultureFest will excite the little ones with its slew of interactive games and activities while the young-at-heart can look forward to enjoying music, theatre and dance performances. Details here.

(Photos: National Arts Council, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Emergency Stairs and Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall)

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