SPORTS & FITNESS DANCE, DRAMA & THEATRE
Warring Warriors: The Fundamentals of Rugby (UNTIL 7 MAY)
Take a peek into Singapore’s rugby history, and get up close with memorabilia including a vintage rugby ball from three decades ago and a jersey autographed by Shota Horie, captain of the inaugural Sunwolves squad. Singapore Sports Museum. sportshub.com.sg
Runninghour 2017 (13 MAY)
Do your part to promote an inclusive society by taking part in Runninghour 2017. In this unique event, you’ll compete alongside runners with special needs. You can opt to do either a 5km or 10km blindfolded run, or a 3.5km route where the blindfold is optional. Free entry for people with special needs. Bedok Reservoir. runninghour.com
Fitnessfest 2017 (20-21 MAY)
Get ready for Fitnessfest 2017, where you can try a selection of workouts including HIIT boot camps, yoga, Pilates, spin, Crossfit, boxing, barre, parkour and more. These will be led by celebrity fitness professionals such as Cassey Ho of Blogilates. Bayfront Event Space, next to Marina Bay Sands Exhibition Centre. fitnessfest.sg
National Vertical Marathon 2017 (21 MAY)
Scale a challenging but manageable 34 storeys while admiring the view of Marina Bay. Do it individually, with a team of friends or as a relay. South Beach Tower. nvm.ntusportsclub.sg
La Cage Aux Folles (UNTIL 13 MAY)
Wild Rice brings its production of the Broadway hit La Cage Aux Folles back to the Singapore stage, with a star-studded cast led by Ivan Heng. It tells the story of a family’s struggle to stay together and stay true to themselves. Victoria Theatre. Tickets from Sistic.
Village People (18-19 MAY)
Rock along to timeless 70s and 80s hits with the American disco group Village People. Enjoy old favourites such as “Macho Man”, “In the Navy” and “Can’t Stop the Music” and don’t forget to break out those famous hand signs during “YMCA”. What’s more, special guests Björn Again will be performing a host of ABBA hits. Sands Theatre, Mastercard Theatres. Tickets from Sistic.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea (19-21 MAY)
Following its successful run in London, The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns to Asia. This family show is packed with singalongs and clumsy antics that will keep you and your kids wellentertained. SOTA Drama Theatre. Tickets from Sistic.
Sting Tour – Live in Singapore (28 MAY)
Superstar singer-songwriter Sting will be performing live in Singapore this month, joined by drummer Josh Freese and guitarists Dominic Miller and Rufus Miller. Hear all the songs from his latest studio album, 57th & 9th, plus some of his classic hits. Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from the Sports Hub website.