The Sound of Music
It all began as a Broadway musical in 1959 and then an award-winning film in 1965 starring Julie Andrews can still bring in the crowd. This Rodgers and Hammerstein collaboration is now in Singapore and you are encouraged to be like the von Trapps and make it a family affair.

Venue: Sands Theatre Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
Date and Time: Tue, 7 Nov - Sun, 3 Dec 2017
Tue - Fri: 7.30pm
Sat: 2pm & 7.30pm
Sun: 1pm & 6pm
Ticket Pricing (Excludes Booking Fee)
VIP Reserve: S$185
A Reserve: S$155
B Reserve: S$125
C Reserve: S$95
D Reserve: S$65

Image: Roger D'Souza


The Life of Stars
Off to Shanghai this weekend and have some time to spare? Check out Lindy Lee’s The Life of Stars presented by Sullivan+Strumpf. It is a brilliant ensemble of artworks, ranging from works on paper to small-scale free-flowing bronze sculpture. Lee’s style of art explores her Chinese ancestry through Taoism and Ch’an (Zen) Buddhism – philosophies that see humanity and nature as inextricably linked. She employs chance and spontaneity to produce a galaxy of images that embody the intimate connections between human existence and the cosmos. Her works are meditative, often revealing themselves through time.

Venue: Shanghai Exhibition Centre at Yong Xin Building, No. 887 Mid. HuaiHai Road, Shanghai China, 200020.
Date: 9 to 12 Nov

At the movies
You know it is going to be a movie that will be both thought-provoking and funny at the same time when it reunites director George Clooney and writers Joel and Ethan Cohen. Suburbicon stars Matt Damon as a meek husband and father whose life is turned upside down when he has a new neighbour. Look out for a great script that has many unexpected twists and turns in the plot.

5 to 9 
ArtScience Museum will be screening 5 to 9, a collaborative film by four regional directors – Tay Bee Pin (Singapore), Daisuke Miyazaki (Japan), Vincent Du (China) and Rasiguet Sookkarn (Thailand). First premiered in Singapore at the 26th SGIFF, 5 to 9 comprises four short stories that transpire and interweave from 5pm to 9am on the evening of the historic Brazil-Germany match during World Cup 2014, spanning intimate vignettes of unrequited love and final meetings.

Venue: MarinaBaySands/ArtScienceMuseum
Date: 5 Nov to 5 Dec
Admission: Free