The Curious Sky – Galaxy Edition
29 Jan – 16 Aug 2020
* CLOSED from 23 – 31 March for maintenance *
Curiosity has invaded outer space! We’re bringing you a new iteration of The Curious Sky! From mission control stations to an overhanging view of the entire universe, come through our wormhole tunnel and see where that takes you!
Grow With Me
by The Kueh Tutus | 12 – 30 months old
Made just for walking babies 1 year to 2.5 years old. Inspired by the life cycle of plants, Grow With Me is a beautiful and intimate dance performance that is mesmerizing with its coloured lights in a beautiful garden set.
Buy Tickets – $22 (1 adult and 1 child) | 1 Mar, Sun: 10.30am – 11am
Letters Come Alive!
by RolyPoly Family | 3 – 6 years old
Rolypoly Family is thrilled to be bringing Letters Come Alive! back to the children at The Artground. In this whimsical and acrobatic dance theatre performance, the letters of the alphabet take on different shapes and sounds to inspire silliness that kids and grown-ups will enjoy. The performers begin the show with the beloved and familiar alphabet song, before animating the letters and well, things get a little topsy-turvy from there.
Are children expected to know the alphabet to enjoy the show? Not at all. Do children need to learn all the letters by the end of the show? That’s not our goal! Will the children spend the rest of the week making shapes and sounds with their bodies and spotting letters everywhere? They just might!
Come join us to see what happens when letters come alive.
Letters Come Alive! was first staged at The Artground, and was subsequently performed at The Esplanade’s Octoburst! festival and the National Arts Council’s Got To Move initiative.
Buy Tickets – $15 (admits one) | 15 Mar, Sun: 10.30am – 11am
by Brocolily | Strictly for children between 4 – 6 years old
Come OUTSIDE of your usual hangout and explore this unusual forest with two mystical friends. They’re protective of their friendship and their home but a little trickle from a nearby block may change the way the river flows.
OUTSIDE is a performance that combines comedy, puppetry and questionable science experiments.
OUTSIDE was incubated at The Artground under the GroundBreakers programme 2019
Buy Tickets – $14 (1 adult and 1 child) | 20 Mar, Fri: 10.30am – 11am
Every weekend, The Artground organises a variety of age-specific drop-in programmes that participants will get to enjoy on a first come, first served basis. Each programme will be charged at $10 per parent-child pair.
The weekend schedule changes week to week and patrons are encouraged to check our website to see what’s on. You can find the link here
Dance-telling for kids
“Little Krishna and the Festival of Colours”
by Ethos | 3 – 7 years old
In this session, children will be introduced to the stories of Little Krishna and festival of colours followed by dance in a fun play based session. This session involves story-telling, simple dance movements and an art activity led by Soumee De who is an experienced Indian classical dance teacher and performer at Singapore and is the co-founder of Ethos: Exploring the Odissi Spirit.
1 Mar, Sun: 4.30pm – 5pm | $10 payment on-site
Little Creatures by SA | All Ages
Join Little Creatures as they bring you songs old and new, for the young and young at heart; in a music jamboree session where you can groove along, sing along, and play along to live music!
20 Mar, Fri: 2.30pm – 3pm | $10 payment on-site
by The Kueh Tutus | 2 – 4 years old
Children aged 2 – 4 years and their grown-ups can help Just Teddy on his quest to find where he belongs in this delightful dance-theatre work based on Emily Lim’s charming tale. This interactive performance needs your help for the story to be completed.
21 Mar, Sat: 10.30am – 11am | $10 payment on-site
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COVID-19
The Artground is taking the necessary precautionary measures in accordance with the advice from Singapore’s Ministry of Health to mitigate the spread of the virus. Thank you for your kind support to keep The Artground a safe space for all! To know more, click here