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Looking for things to do in the weeks ahead? Singapore is bustling with events all year round! Check out our list of fun activities and events for you and the whole family. There are plays, auctions, workshops, school open days and concerts. Or you could organise a day-out with the kids – whatever strikes your fancy.

 

The GREAT Food Festival
Calling all foodies!

What: The GREAT Food Festival

Indulge in fine food and drink, witness live demonstrations, masterclasses and enjoy culinary shopping at this exciting food festival. Get the chance to taste dishes and desserts by Michelin-starred chefs and award-winning restaurants. They include Benjamin Halat, Chef de Cuisine of CURATE in Singapore, Emma Bengtsson, a two Michelin-star chef from the US, Scott Webster, L’éclair by Sarah Michelle and Birds of Paradise.

Where: Resorts World Sentosa

When: Until 24 September

Price: Various prices

More: Get your tickets now.

 

What: Warehouse Sale – White and Black Trading

Looking for some outdoor toys? Head to this warehouse sale and pick up a variety of fun outdoor items at up to 70% off. Products include Micro Scooters, Penny Skateboards and Quick Play Football Nets.

Where: 48 Toh Guan East Road, #9-123 Enterprise Hub

When: Until 24 September

More: Get your tickets now.

 

Merlion Cup 2016 basketball players
Cheer for your favourite team! Photo Credit: Gerry Aguelo

What: Merlion Cup 2017

Witness top Asian players battle it out at the 11th edition of this basketball championships. Teams include the Singapore Slinegrs, Adelaide 36ers, Yulon Luxen Dinos from Taiwan, Jeonju KCC Egis from Korea, Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta from Indonesia, NLEX-SCTEX from the Philippines and the Shanghai Sharks.

Where: OCBC Arena, Hall 1

When: Until 24 September

Price: From $18

More: Get your tickets now.

 

What: West Side Story

Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, the renowned musical West Side Story is set in 1950s New York, and features lively dance routines and stunning vocals. Don’t miss this opportunity to sing along to classics such as “Tonight” and “Maria”.

Where: Grand Theatre, MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands.

When: Until 24 September

Price: From $55

More: Tickets from Sistic.

 

Jieun Park's Night Visions
Chinese ink with gold leafs and gold dust

What: Jieun Park’s Night Visions

Drop by REDSEA Gallery for South Korean artist Jieun Park’s Night Visions solo exhibition. She blends large brushstrokes and splatters of ink with detailed depictions of urban landscapes at night. Her exhibition features four wall-mounted sculptures constructed of birch plywood as well as her signature black paint and gold leaf.

Where: REDSEA Gallery

When: Until 1 October

More: Find out more now.

 

What: HUMAN+ The Future of Our Species

This cutting-edge exhibition, featuring the works of 40 artists, scientists, technologists and designers, considers the question of what it’s like to be a human in a technologically advanced world. Be sure to look out for Nadine, one of the world’s most realistic humanoid social robots.

Where: ArtScience Museum

When: Until 15 October

More: Find out more now.

 

What: A Little Magic Exhibition

Enter a fantastic world of fairytales as you get up close to beautiful stamps from all around the world. Engage your senses with the interactive exhibits and relive the magic of fairytales by Hans Christian Andersen, the Brothers Grimm and more.

Where: Singapore Philatelic Museum

When: Until 29 October

Price: Adults: $8.00; Child: $6.00; Free admission for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents

 

What: Gillman Barracks 5th Anniversary

Enjoy new exhibitions and public programmes by the galleries at Gillman Barracks. Pop by the inaugural Makers’ Market and check out a series of craft, design, lifestyle and artisanal offerings, while enjoying live music and yummy eats from a variety of F&B pop-ups.

Where: Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road

When: Until 23 September

More: Find out more now.

 

What: Asia Fighting Championship 2017

Don’t miss the inaugural Asia Fighting Championship (AFC) this September, featuring top Muay Thai fighters from Korea, Macau, Malaysia and Singapore’s own Slyvester Sim and Steven Lim.

Where: Marina Bay Sands Expo.

When: 23 September

Price: From $95

More: Get your tickets now.

 

What: Discovery Walk – The Hidden Treasures of Orchard Road

Explore the nooks and crannies of perennially popular Orchard Road with Jane’s Singapore Tours. Learn more about the area’s early years and visit Emerald Hill.

Where: Orchard Road

When: 26 September

Price: $70

More: Tickets from Peatix.

 

The Complete works of William Shakespeare
Get ready for some good ol’ fun!

What: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)

Calling all fans of Shakespeare’s plays! Enjoy a night of fun and laughter as this three-man London comedy troupe put their​ ​own​ ​hilarious​ ​spin​ ​on classic​ ​Shakespearean​ ​tragedies,​ ​comedies​ ​and​ ​histories.

Where: SOTA Drama Theatre

When: 27 September to 1 October

Price: From $78

More: Get your tickets now.

 

What: Premium Wine Tasting with Bacco

Taste delicious and healthy vino from family-run, small-production Italian estates at the Premium Wine Tasting by Bacco Wines. It is your chance to try a range of premium wines before splashing out on a bottle. Highlights from the BACCO portfolio include a rare white grape from Friuli, an ancient blend from Sicily, an elegant yet accessible Barolo, a 100-pointer red and an aged dessert wine. Buy at them at special tasting prices on the night, take-away or opt for island wide delivery.

Where: 46 Kim Yam Road, The Herencia #02-09

When: 28 September

Price: $35 (Member), $40 (Non-member)

More: Book a spot now.

 

What: Brotzeit Oktoberfest Party Weekend

Indulge in yummy German eats and great live music at this annual Oktoberfest party. Dig into signature Oktoberfest favourites such as sauerkraut, goulash and even a one-metre long paprika-cheese sausage!

Where: Brotzeit VivoCity

When: 28 September to 1 October

More: Find out more at the Brotzeit website.

 

What: Wild Rice’s Grandmother Tongue

Don’t miss this humorous yet heart-breaking play about a young man’s struggle to connect with his 84-year-old Teochew-speaking grandmother.

Where: SOTA Studio Theatre

When: 28 September to 21 October

Price: From $35

More: Tickets from Sistic.

 

michelle ma wan rong inwards vs. outwards
Feast your eyes on the elegant works of Michelle Ma

What: Inwards vs. Outwards

Two distinct styles of work will be on display at this joint exhibition by Singapore-based artists, Michelle Ma and Nicole Fabry. The paintings question human identity by touching on the topics of heritage, the self, changing perspectives and shared visions.

Where: Visual Arts Centre

When: 29 September to 3 October

 

What: Halloween Horror Nights 7

Don’t miss out on the fun at this annual Halloween event, held over four weekends. Navigate five terrifying haunted houses and two scare zones, and enjoy two killer shows. Also, exciting rides and attractions in the park will be open till late.

Where: Universal Studios Singapore

When: From 29 September to 29 October

Price: From $68

More: Get your tickets now.

 

What: Fun Home by Pangdemonium

Follow the life of Alison as she navigates life in a dysfunctional family. This powerful coming-of-age tale offers a passionate portrayal of a daughter’s determination to understand and connect with her brilliant, volatile and enigmatic father.

Where: Drama Centre Theatre

When: 29 September to 15 October

Price: From $30

More: Tickets from Sistic.

 

What: AFL Grand Final 2017

Watch the two best teams of the season fight it out for the title at the Melbourne Cricket Ground from five giant screens with ANZA. Enjoy free-flow beer, wine and soft drinks as you cheer on your favourite team. Kids will be entertained by face-painting, balloon-sculpting and more.

Where: ParkRoyal on Beach Road

When: 30 September

Price: $145 (Members) or $170 (Non-members)

More: Register for a spot now!

 

Green Is the New Black
Take part in a variety of fun workshops at this festival!

What: Green Is The New Black: The Conscious Festival

Take part in this annual festival that aims to improve the way we think, live and consume. Shop fashion, art, beauty and lifestyle brands that are conscious and mindful in their business practices. Also, catch one of the talks by various prominent speakers or take part in a workshop.

Where: Parkroyal on Pickering

When: 1 October

Price: Free entry; $55 to $90 for talks

More: Get your tickets now.

 

Save their home!

The Cat Museum & Muses
Support this worthy cause

The Cat Museum, Muses & Mansion of Singapore, a volunteer-run cat re-homing centre at Purvis Street in Bugis has recently been asked to close two of its three floors. They will need to operate with just one floor unless enough funds are raised to relocate to a larger space. The centre raises money for its operations by opening to the public four days a week, but it is not sufficient for the move. Visit their Facebook page and find out how you can help!

 

On The Screen

Stronger movie
You’d want to catch this touching film!

Catch Stronger when it opens in cinemas on 21 September, a moving real-life story of Jeff Bauman, a victim of the Boston Marathon Bombing in 2013. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany, it follows how he aids the police with investigations while dealing with the trauma of that day.

 

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