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Weekly Picks: Singapore (30 July – 5 August 2018)

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How To Be Happy (again) by Ethos Books 5 Aug 2018

As part of Esplanade’s Spoken Word Sunday series, How To Be Happy (again) will start the series off this sunday! It will be an evening of rhyme and rhythm filled with words exploring happiness and the notion of a greater good. Come by to here poetic responses on how to be happy.

More information here.

 

Dialogues of the Carmelites by New Opera Singapore Pte Ltd  3 – 5 August 2018

Would you and could you die for your faith? They scream for your death as you stand before the guillotine. Your sisters surrender their blood and tears for something you believe in. New Opera Singapore presents their main production of the year “Dialogues of the Carmelites”, a performance not to be missed!

More information here.

 

Immortalx  by M1 Patch! 1 – 12 August 2018

Immortalx tells a coming-of-age story that puts a modern twist on the traditional Chinese mythology. Immortalx brings you through the adventures of three teenage deities that are searching for a place in a world where they do not really fit in.

More information here.

 

SSO Chamber Series: Rosamunde and the Nightingale by Singapore Symphony Orchestra 3 Aug 2018

Schubert and Brahms will start of the SSO Chamber Series with their Rosamunde Quartet and Clarinet Trio. Join SSO for an evening of joy, passion and musings in this performance.

More information here.

 

 Songs of Time by Singapore Ocarina Society 5 Aug 2018

The Ocarina Society proudly presents “Songs of Time”. The concert will feature a full-fledged Ocarina septet, a first ever in the history of Singapore Ocarina. Join them as they bring to you iconic songs to celebrate our53rd National Day and popular them songs from our local TV drama series.

More information here.

 

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