Spend an Evening with the Great Circus of Europe or Bring Your Tatlings to a Children's Festival This Week
1/4 Air Play by Imaginique Children's Festival
What Tatlings will be wildly entertained at the circus-style production, Air Play, as the show combines immersive elements of theatre with sculptural artistry—certain to wow those in attendance. Hailing from the Big Apple, the show traces the narrative of two siblings journeying through a surreal world as they transform everyday objects into uncommon beauty. Packed with wonder and thrilling imagery, audiences can expect giant floating kites, flying umbrellas, and balloons that are larger-than-life to keep them on the edge of their seats.
When December 17 till 22
2/4 Cats the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber
What Andrew Lloyd Webber's renowned musical, Cats, is coming to town this month. The musical, which is the fourth longest-running Broadway show and sixth longest-running production in West End, is set to thrill musical and theatre fans in Singapore at the Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands. The musical narrative, which was adapted from T.S. Eliot's 1939 poetry book, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, features popular songs such as Memory and The Jellicle Ball—both outstanding showtunes composed by Webber himself.
The production has then been translated into more than 15 languages and staged professionally in more than 30 countries, and saw American singer-songwriter Nicole Scherzinger cast as Grizabella for a 12-week limited run in 2014.
When December 17 till January 5, 2020
3/4 The Great Circus of Europe
What Ready to sit on the edge of your seats? Head to the Big Top along Bayfront Avenue where the Great Circus of Europe will be performing later this week until January 1. Brought in by veteran carnival organiser Uncle Ringo, expect to see aerial acrobatics and gravity-defying motorbike acts and look forward to having a go at the carnival games after the show.
When From December 20 till January 1, 2020
4/4 Comedy performance by Sharul Channa
What Singaporean comedian, Sharul Channa, takes centre stage at The Merry Lion this Friday as she seeks to debunk negative expectations of women in the field of comedy. Topics ranging from gender politics to societal quirks will be on the table that evening in an effort to use comedy as an entry point for heavier subject conversations.
When December 20
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