What’s On This Week: 18 – 24 March

As the March holidays come to an end, bring your little ones out for a weekend of fun before the school routine kicks in again. Here are our top picks of things to do in the week ahead.

Silent Disco Kids Edition

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Don’t miss the first family-friendly Silent Disco event in Singapore! Part of i Light Marina Bay 2017, you won’t hear any of the usual dance music that is played in clubs. Instead, your minis will get to bop along to kid-friendly songs such as Disney classics, while parents can choose to listen to 80s and 90s hits. Recommended for kids aged three and up.

Venue: Marina Bay City Gallery
Date: Now till 26 March 2017
Time: 1pm on weekends 

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Itsy — The Musical

Join Grandpa on his journey as he searches for his grandson in a world that has gone all dark, thanks to the evil Itsy Bitsy spider. It’s a whole new take on familiar nursery rhymes — you’ll spot Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, and the Three Blind Mice. Recommended for kids aged seven and up.

Venue: Victoria Theatre
Date: 24 March to 2 April 2017
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Arts in Your Neighbourhood

Whether you live in Bedok or Woodlands, you’ll be able to experience part of the bi-annual Arts in Your Neighbourhood festival with the numerous arts events across the island, right in the heartlands. There are dance and music performances, workshops, photography exhibitions and more.

The 9-26 March edition of the festival focuses on Yishun neighbourhood and a total of four new works have been introduced, including one called Whisper to a Roar, an interactive visual and sound installation that encourages visitors to compose their own soundtrack (we foresee this being a hit with the little ones). That’s not to say Yishun is the only place where you can encounter the arts; other performances will be taking place at different part of the island, check out the events listing for full details.

Venue: Yishun, Yew Tee, Tampines, Woodlands, Marina Bay, Buona Vista, Chai Chee, Toa Payoh, Bedok and Ang Mo Kio
Date: Now till 26 March 2017
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Blossom Bliss

You don’t need to fly to Japan to get a glimpse of cherry blossoms anymore! Expose your kids to the beautiful blooms with a visit to the Blossom Bliss floral display at Gardens by the Bay this week. Be wowed by over 20 varieties of cherry and peach blossoms, and the Japanese inspired garden. Plus, we hear that the peak blooming period is this week, so don’t miss it!

Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
Date: Now till 24 March 2017
Time: 9am to 9pm

Click here for more information.


St. Patrick’s Street Festival

Get your little ones involved in the St. Patrick’s festivities this year with Singapore’s largest St. Patricks celebration. Come dressed in matching green outfits from head to toe for a day of fun with the family. While the adults enjoy Irish music, dance performances and booze, little ones will be kept busy with face painting, balloon sculpting and airbrush tattoos.

Venue: Circular Road
Date: 18 to 19 March 2017

Click here for more information.

Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Workshop

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Have your children cook up a storm at the Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Workshop at Parkway Parade. All you need to do is spend S$50 or more to register your child and if their creation is picked as the best of the day, they can take part in thePlay-Doh Kitchen Chef Junior Competition on 19 March, where they could win a trip to Bali.

Venue: Parkway Parade Basement Atrium
Date: Now till 19 March 2017

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