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Hello 2019! A whole brand New Year is waiting for the pages to be filled with new memories and adventures to create. Have you made your resolutions yet? What will 2019 hold for you? We don’t have a crystal ball in the far future but here is a list of what’s happening in January for you to check out and kickstart the year! Look out, it’s going to get busy!

Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

Prudential Marina Bay Carnival
The Marina Bay Carnival returns this year to the Bayfront Event Space with over 40 rides, games from Europe and around the world. Encouraging people to spend time outdoors, place maker, URA, first organized the carnival last year which drew large crowds. During the months when the carnival is in town, expect a variety of programmes such as roving mascots during festive periods, crazy food challenges, and other Instagram challenges for your chance to win bonus credits to spend at the carnival. There will be food stalls as well to keep your tummy full while you go on the thrilling rides and try your hands at the game booths.

Date: 

Now till Sun, 24 Mar 2019

Time: 

4pm – 11pm (Mon-Sun)
4pm – 2am (on Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve)

Venue: 

Bayfront Event Space
(next to Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre)

Price:

Free for general entry but rides, games and food requires credits for purchase. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

 

Musical TARU

Musical TARU
A box-office hit in Korea, this Mandarin musical features life-sized dinosaur skeletons, an impressive museum set, and a catchy soundtrack. Catch Musical TARU with the entire family and go on a big adventure promising plenty of laughs, tears and drama! Starring local and regional celebrities such as Hayden Wong, Lin Xiao, Taiwan Mandopop star Freya Lim.

Siblings Nali and Gao Feng are joined by their friend Da Fa for a night at the museum. Suddenly, a mysterious lunar eclipse occurs and the exhibits suddenly come alive but the fossil of a baby T-rex, TARU, goes missing! With the help of the newly animated exhibits, can our daring trio save baby TARU?

Date: 

Now til Sun, 13 Jan 2019

Time: 

8pm (Thu – Fri)
2pm, 8pm (Sat)
2pm (Sun)

Venue: 

Resorts WorldTM Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

Price:

Various pricing. Promotions are available for Passion card members. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

Musical TARU

 

Brave Girl Not Eating

Brave Girl Not Eating
“Brave girl not eating” is a colourful recount of how a teenage girl slipped slowly into the pits of anorexia nervosa, and most importantly how she managed to pull herself out. After a long time of being ashamed of her experience, she is now out of her comfort zone, and ready to share her story. While targeted at teens and youth, parents are welcome to join the programme.

Date: 

Sat, 12 Jan 2019

Time: 

11am – 11.30am

Venue: 

Jurong Regional Library, Programme Zone

Price:

Free admission

Website: 

Brave Girl Not Eating

 

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival
In its 15th instalment, the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is an annual showcase of theatre, music, dance, visual arts and mixed media created and presented by local and international artists focused on contemporary, cutting-edge and socially engaging creative works to the audience. This year’s showcase explores the themes of estrangement, brokenness and trauma following Australia-based Singaporean Suzann Victor’s seminal work Still Waters taking center stage. Another festival highlight is Ankat: A Definitive, Alternative, Reclaimed Narrative of a Native which is Malay play about an adopted child’s identity crisis.

Date: 

Wed, 16 Jan – Sun, 27 Jan 2019

Time: 

Various timings.
View Festival Programme for more information.

Venue: 

Various locations
View Festival Programme for more information.

Price:

Various pricing and locations. Promotions are available. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

 

KidsFest 2019: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

KidsFest 2019: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
KidsFest brings world-class theatre for young people in Hong Kong and Singapore. Each year the festival brings well-loved story book characters to the stage to engage and encourage children’s interest and learning in literary and the arts.

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt returns direct from West End, adapted for the stage from the modern classic written by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. This is a tale of a family of adventurers and their musical dog on a quest to find a bear as they wade through the squishy swashy muddy fields, river and into the woods. Expect loads of catchy songs and interactive moments sure to keep the whole family entertained.

Date: 

Thu, 17 Jan – Sun, 20 Jan 2019

Time: 

5pm (Thu & Fri)
10am, 12pm, 3pm (Sat & Sun)

Venue: 

KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
20 Merbau Road, Robertson Quay

Price:

Various pricing. Promotions are available. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

KidsFest 2019: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

 

Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2019

Singapore Art Week 2019
Kick start the new year with Singapore Art Week, an annual celebration of visual arts which takes place in the month of January. Jointly organised by the National Arts Council, Singapore Tourism Board, and the Singapore Economic Development Board, Singapore Art Week reinforces Singapore's position as Asia's leading arts destination. The seventh edition in 2019 will be held from 19 to 27 January. The nine-day celebration of the visual arts will take place in venues across Singapore - from galleries and museums, to art precincts and independent art spaces.

Head down to the various events with your family for a myriad of quality art experiences which spans from visual arts to traditional to modern and contemporary practices. Download the programme booklet and map out the districts and events of your choice!

Date: 

Sat, 19 Jan - Sun, 27 Jan 2019

Time: 

Various timing. Refer to programme booklet for more details.

Venue: 

Various locations. Refer to programme booklet for more details.

Price:

Various pricing. Refer to programme booklet for free and ticketed programmes.

Website: 

Singapore Art Week 2019

 

Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2019

Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2019
Chinatown is the liveliest during the Chinese New Year. This year, in welcoming the year of the pig, expect the usual bustle of activities as the streets get crowded and packed with hawkers selling Chinese decorations, festive goodies, clothes and plants.

Be entertained with the local and international performance troupes in the lead up to the Chinese New Year Countdown Party on 4 Feb where Mediacorp artistes turn up to host the show with live performances and play live interactive games with the audience.

As with previous years, the streets will be decorated with Chinese lanterns, lights including handmade sculptures and art. The official street light up ceremony will take place in the evening on 20 Jan with a spectacular firecrackers and fireworks display to usher in the Year of the Pig.

Date: 

Sun, 20 Jan – Mon, 4 Feb 2019

Time: 

Various. Please check event site for more information on programme line-up

Venue: 

Chinatown

Price:

Free admission

Website: 

Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2019

 

KidsFest 2019: Room on the Broom

KidsFest 2019: Room on the Broom
KidsFest brings world-class theatre for young people in Hong Kong and Singapore. Each year the festival brings well-loved story book characters to the stage to engage and encourage children’s interest and learning in literary and the arts.

Room on the Broom stars the Witch and her cat from classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. It tells mission of the Witch and her cat to defeat the dragon and picked up some hitchhikers along the way. But the journey is not without hiccups…what happens when the hungry dragon turns up? Suitable for children age 3 and up.

Date: 

Thu, 24 Jan – Sun, 27 Jan 2019

Time: 

4pm (Thu)
10am, 12pm (Sat)
3pm, 5pm (Sun)

Venue: 

Victoria Theatre, 11 Empress Place

Price:

Various pricing. Promotions are available. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

KidsFest 2019: Room on the Broom

 

KidsFest 2019: The Gruffalo

KidsFest 2019: The Gruffalo
KidsFest brings world-class theatre for young people in Hong Kong and Singapore. Each year the festival brings well-loved story book characters to the stage to engage and encourage children’s interest and learning in literary and the arts.

The Gruffalo stars Mouse from classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. It tells of Mouse’s daring adventure through the deep dark woods with songs, laughs and fun for children aged 3 years and up.

Date: 

Fri, 25 Jan – Sun, 27 Jan 2019

Time: 

5pm (Fri)
3pm, 5pm & 7.15pm (Sat)
10am, 12 pm (Sun)

Venue: 

Victoria Theatre, 11 Empress Place

Price:

Various pricing. Promotions are available. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

KidsFest 2019: The Gruffalo

 

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival: ANGKAT: A Definitive, Alternative, Reclaimed Narrative of a Native

ANGKAT: A Definitive, Alternative, Reclaimed Narrative of a Native
ANGKAT: A Definitive, Alternative, Reclaimed Narrative of a Native subverts norms of genre and dramatic form to tell the intertwining histories of a mother and daughter, and a re-imagining of a young Singapura trying to find her footing amidst the rough seas.

Salma, an aspiring singer, is an adopted child whose struggle with identity is played out on a national stage. Mak, a former islander, tries to process the loss of her home from the mainland, with a little help from some friends. The play blends fantasy and fact, history and the imagined future, and the national, personal and magical to explore and empower hidden narratives of the Singapore story.

Date: 

Thu, 24 Jan – Sat, 26 Jan 2019

Time: 

8pm (Thu-Fri)
3pm, 8pm (Sat)

Venue: 

NAFA Studio Theatre (Black Box)
151 Bencoolen Street

Price:

$27. Promotions available for students, senior citizens, NSF and PWD card holders. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

ANGKAT: A Definitive, Alternative, Reclaimed Narrative of a Native

 

Run For Light 2019

Run For Light 2019
This is the 4th edition of the run and in support of Guide Dogs Singapore Limited (GDS). The run includes 1km symbolic blindfold walk, 5km fun run and 10km competitive run.

Date: 

Sat, 26 Jan 2019

Time: 

5pm – 10 pm

Venue: 

Punggol Waterway
Punggol Town Square

Price:

Various pricing. Please check event website for more details.

Website: 

>Run For Light

 

Chinatown Walking Trail

Chinatown Walking Trail
Discover Chinese heritage and culture in this walking trail covering Kreta Ayer Road, Sago Street, Pagoda Street and New Bridge Road – the Chinatown in Singapore. While the event is free, prior registration is required as the trail is on a first-come-first serve basis and kept to a limited number each day. Participants can expect to see the colourful decorations and various Instagram moments as the streets and shops dress up for the festive street light-up in welcoming the new Lunar New Year. Besides shopping for festive goodies at the bustling Festive Street Bazaar, enjoy the Nightly Stage Shows put up at Kreta Ayer Square and enjoy the bustling atmosphere of Chinese traditions and culture experience.

Date: 

Sat, 26 Jan – Sun, 27 Jan 2019
Sat, 2 Feb – Sun, 3 Feb 2019

Time: 

3.30pm – 5pm

Venue: 

Chinatown (Starting Point at Information Booth in front of the stage at Kreta Ayer)

Price:

Free admission

Website: 

Chinatown Walking Trail

 

i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition

 i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition
Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival held in the Marina Bay, the Civic District, Singapore River and Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park returns on 28 Jan in conjunction with Singapore’s Bicentennial commemoration with over 30 sustainable light art installations complemented by exciting programmes. After dinner, take a walk down criss-crossing the Singapore River on the bridges from the Helix Bridge, Jubilee Bridge, Anderson Bridge, Esplanade Bridge, Cavenagh Bridge, Elgin Bridge and walk all the way up to the Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park. Be dazzled by the interesting 3D, holograms, floating and a gigantic light metronomes all specially curated by local and foreign artistes.

Date: 

Mon, 28 Jan 2019 – Sun, 24 Feb 2019

Time: 

7.30pm – 11pm (Mon-Thu, Sun)
7.30pm – 12 midnight (Fri & Sat)

Venue: 

Various location from Marina Bay area to Fort Canning Park. See Festival Map for more information

Price:

Free admission

Website: 

i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition