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The Scene The Tatlings Social Calendar: June 2019

The Tatlings Social Calendar: June 2019

The Tatlings Social Calendar: June 2019
By Chloe Pek and Amelia Yeo
June 03, 2019
From trying their hand at stage acting to exploring the ocean, here's our round-up of exciting activities for your kids this June holiday

With the June holidays arriving, your tots will soon have tons of energy and time to spare—and you don't want them to while away in front of their phones and computers. If you haven't already signed your Tatling up for a summer camp abroad, here's our list of fun and enriching programmes and festivals to keep their minds stimulated and their time occupied.

Children’s Festival 2019 by Gardens by the Bay

What Have a Disney hero or heroine in your household? Immerse them in the world of Disney Pixar's Toy Story 4 as Supertree Grove at the Gardens transforms into a colourful fiesta with carnival games and interactive family activities. Kids can sing and dance along to musical performances from Thursdays to Sundays, and meet their favourite Toy Story characters for pictures. End the day out on a magical note with a special edition of Gardens by the Bay's light and music show Garden Rhapsody, playing familiar tunes from the soundtrack of Toy Story.

When June 15 to 30

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(Related: 7 Of The Best Kids Summer Camps Abroad For Your Tatlings)

Ocean Fest: The Noisy Ocean

What Take your kids to Ocean Fest at S.E.A Aquarium to learn about beautiful marine creatures—including the aquarium's iconic manta rays—ocean soundscapes, and the negative impacts of sound pollution through the festival's immersive audio-visual installations and musical performances. A brand new addition to S.E.A Aquarium's entertainment lineup is Celebration of Sound, a percussion showcase that educates audiences on the importance of recycling with upcycled-materials-turned-musical-instruments and life-sized puppets.

When Until June 30

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ACT3i Festival for Children

What Tatlings from four months to eight years old will definitely enjoy the Act 3 International's theatre and drama festival for children, which returns for its third instalment. This year's programme includes five interactive theatre performances all the way from South Africa, England, and Argentina, as well as a drama, music, and movement workshop for the drama kings and queens of the household.

When June 1 to 9

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Image: Courtesy of Singapore Repertory Theatre
Image: Courtesy of Singapore Repertory Theatre

SRT Stage Camp: Acting Stage

What Aspiring thespians will be thrilled to be a part of this immersive theatre programme. Crafting unique narratives stemmed from Roald Dahl’s classic story of The Twits, young ones will be able to dip their toes into the theatre industry and experience the process of adapting their works onstage. Held by one of the country’s leading theatre companies— the Singapore Repertory Theatre—it is perfect for little creatives who wish to get a head start on performing and honing their craft early.   

When June 10 to 14 and June 24 to 28

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(Related: Trehaus At Funan Is A Silicon Valley-Inspired Preschool, Co-Working Space And Family Club)


Act 3 International: Drama Workshops

What Plunge into the Russian folktale of The Enormous Turnip this school holiday for kids from ages 17 months to 10-years-old. The programmes, inspired by the notion of teamwork and perseverance, will provide an opportunity for you to engage with your child in a fun-filled interactive workshop following the story of a puzzled farmer.

For the slightly older kids, they can choose to explore the various ways of storytelling on their own by participating in workshops rooted in the form of a musical or a play. Both pathways will then culminate in a final presentation for proud parents to watch by the end of the week.

When June 3 to 28

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Image: Courtesy of National Gallery
Image: Courtesy of National Gallery

Gallery Children's Biennale 2019: Embracing Wonder

What Go beyond the conventions of play as kids engross themselves in 11 interactive and multi-dimensional artworks, produced by a total of 13 Singaporean and Southeast Asian artists. Inciting curiosity within both children and adults alike, the biennale heightens the element of play and discovery through art that articulates the concepts of diversity, belonging and acceptance. A highlight of the exhibition includes Indonesian artist's immersive exhibition, Kenangan Kunang-Kunang, which comprises of six life-sized interactive lanterns inspired by the glow of fireflies, and serves as a timely reminder to show compassion towards those around. 

When May 25 to December 29

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