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Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, The Peranakan Museum, The Substation, Singapore Management University Campus Green, Stamford Green & Stamford Road [Read more…]
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, The Peranakan Museum, The Substation, Singapore Management University Campus Green, Stamford Green & Stamford Road
Date: FRI 10 JUL 2009 – SAT 11 JUL 2009 7:30pm – 2:00am
The most talked-about event of the year is finally back! Night Festival 2009 is set to dazzle over one weekend only! On 10 and 11 July, festival goers can indulge in an outdoor extravanganza of theatrical performances with live music and dance, plus experience spectacular interactive light installations created in and around the Bras Basah precinct.
The street level buzz will kick start by 7.30pm stretching to the wee hours of 2am. Local acts will take centrestage this year – Bersama Hijau, the spectacular opening show of dance, percussion and vocals by 80 talented performers, all ready to delight and enchant everyone.
The Night Festival will culminate with the most awesome pyrotechnics show by Pan.Optikum from Germany. An event for the entire family not to be missed!
Source: National Museum
I’m too young to have a child though I do love children. This is kinda exhibition I wouldn’t miss if I have a child.
This award-winning exhibition invites children to playfully explore 11 themed rooms to discover the differences and similarities of everyday living in the 18th century and present time.
Young visitors are encouraged to relate to the young Mozart, identify with him and to compare themselves to him:
What was Mozart actually like as a kid? What games did he play and why did he travel so much?
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road
Time: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily