DANCE, THEATRE & CONCERTS
Shakespeare in the Park – Julius Caesar
Shakespeare in the Park returns with a production of Julius Caesar, directed by Guy Unsworth, and set against a backdrop of modern-day international relations and global current affairs. Fort Canning Green, Fort Canning Park. Tickets from Sistic.
Squeeze Live in Singapore (4 MAY)
British new wave band Squeeze is performing in Singapore this month, playing tracks from its 70s and 80s heyday including “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Tempted”. Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from Sistic.
Stereophonics (8 MAY)
There’s more British rock in store for fans, with Stereophonics touring Singapore on the back of their latest album Scream Above The Sounds, released in October 2017. Zepp@big Box Singapore. Tickets from Sistic.
The St Petersburg Ballet – Swan Lake (8-13 MAY)
After sold-out seasons in 2015 and 2016, the St Petersburg Ballet returns with arguably the most famous ballet of all time, Swan Lake, telling the love story of Prince Siegfried and the beautiful Swan Princess Odette. The MES Theatre at Mediacorp. Tickets from Sistic.
Legally Blonde (10-20 MAY)
Direct from New York, this internationally-acclaimed play follows fashionista Elle as she defies expectations with the help of new friends Paulette, Emmett and chihuahua Bruiser. Grand Theatre, Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets from the MBS website.
La Voix Humaine (12-13 MAY)
This moving one-act opera touches on themes of rejection and loss of love. Directed by Ivan Heng, it revolves around a conversation between a woman and her soon to be ex-lover. Victoria Concert Hall. Tickets from Sistic.
Underclass (16 MAY – 3 JUN)
Exploring poverty, inequality and human dignity in Singapore, Underclass tells the story of Xinyi, who finds herself in a downward spiral after losing her job and her flat. The Necessary Stage Black Box. Tickets from Sistic.
The Consultant (17-27 MAY)
Heidi Schreck’s play follows a group of unlikely colleagues who are drawing paychecks at Sutton, Feingold and Mcgrath, a small pharmaceutical advertising agency in New York. It’s an exploration of what we owe to others when everything around us is falling apart. Drama Centre Black Box. Tickets from Sistic.
Dragonflies (18 MAY – 3 JUN)
This play tells the story of a family fighting for survival, and looking for a place to call home. Written by Stephanie Street and directed by Tracie Pang, it has a stellar cast including Adrian Pang, Tan Kheng Hua, Fanny Kee and more. Victoria Theatre. Tickets from Sistic.