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by Susan Simon-Goh
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1. Be enchanted by the beautiful fish with a heart of gold.

Catch the Asian debut of the stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s The Rainbow Fish, together with companion titles, Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites, at the Victoria Theatre. Feast your eyes on a kaleidoscope of colours and puppetry as The Rainbow Fish discovers a new world with wonderful sights and friendly creatures of all shapes, sizes and colours.

Venue:Victoria Theatre
Address:9 Empress Place,
Singapore 179556
Dates:20th – 29th August
Times:
Weekdays:
10am & 2pm
22 Aug & Weekends: 10.30am & 2.30pm
Price:$18-$48
More information:Click here.

 

2. Introduce your children to a beloved classic.

Experience Mowgli’s adventures through your children’s eyes and fall in love again with The Jungle Book (1967). Join him as he braves the jungle’s many perils with Bagheera the panther, and the carefree bear Balloo. This is an indoor-picnic style event brought to you by Popcorn Pop Up Cinema, so don’t forget your mat!

Venue:The Hollandse Club
Address:22 Camden Park,
Singapore 299814
Date:26th August
Time:4pm
Price:$9 each; $16 for a 30-day unlimited pass
More information:Click here.

 

3. Re-discover the write craft.

Revisit the good ol’ pre-Internet days and relive the joys of handwritten letters. Enter a world of beautiful envelopes and unusual stamps at the two-part You’ve Got Mail exhibition with 200 award-winning, beautifully handcrafted envelopes from the Washington Calligraphers Guild’s annual Graceful Envelopes Contests.

Venue:Singapore Philatelic Museum
Address:23B Coleman Street,
Singapore 179807
Dates:Daily
Time:10am – 7pm
Price:Free admission for Singaporeans and PRs
More information:Click here.

 

4. Nurture your green fingers.

Discover the joys of gardening at Singapore’s first-ever travelling farm. Housed in a specially retrofitted container, it promises that you don’t need a plot of land to garden. Pop by and learn to grow microgreens and edible greens, or pick up pro tips from the experts.

Venue:Dhoby Ghaut Green
Address:9 Penang Road,
Singapore 238459
Dates:6th June – 5th September (Closed on Sundays)
Time:9.30am – 7pm
Price:Free Admission
More information:Click here.

 

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