What’s on this weekend: 31 March – 1 April 2018

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Watch a puppet play about a lost cow and a girl
When a cow barges into her room, Little Miss Boleh realises it is lost and tries to help it find its way home. Will she succeed? Watch this theatrical production performed with puppets to find out! For ages four and above. Note: performed in Mandarin with English surtitles.

31 March 2018, 2pm & 5pm, Goodman Arts Centre Blackbox. Click here for tickets.

Have a ball at a carnival
If you haven’t been to the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival yet, this weekend is your last chance to experience it. Let your hair down at the fun rides and try your luck at winning a stuffed toy from the many game stalls.

Ends 1 April 2018, 4pm – 11pm, Marina Bay. More information here.

Explore the wonders of the ocean
Dive into the ocean’s vast mysteries at the National Geographic Ocean Wonders event. Pick up tips on marine photography and submit your own pictures in a competition. Little ones can learn about marine life through hands-on activities at a children’s workshop.

From now until 20 May 2018, various times, S.E.A. Aquarium, Resorts World Sentosa. Click here for more details.

Take part in Easter fun
It’s Easter fun galore at the Party Elves Annual Easter Family Picnic, happening this Sunday. Look forward to an easter egg hunt and games and activities for the whole family.

1 April 2018, 9am – 12pm, Buzz in the Woods. Find out more here.

Experience anime through stamps
See your favourite anime characters like you’ve never seen them before - as stamps! Learn the origins of anime and the history of stamps while you gaze at Astroboy, Doraemon, Dragon Ball and Pokemon stamps. Over 700 stamps from Japan are on display, including limited edition collectibles and original unique artwork.

From now until 15 April 2018, 10am – 7 pm, Singapore Philatelic Museum. Click here for details.

Contemplate childhood, life and death
In Ode to Wonderland, Japanese artist Eguchi Ayane explores the themes of childhood, life and mortality. While her paintings look whimsical and sweet at first, they reveal melancholy upon closer inspection, inviting you to muse on the bitterness of life.

Ends 8 April 2018, 11am – 7pm (Tuesday to Saturday) and 11am - 6pm (Sunday), Mizuma Gallery. Click here for more information.

View the largest collection of Chinese art in Singapore
Featuring varied styles and genres, the Xiu Hai Lou Collection encompasses nearly 100 works of paintings and calligraphy from different schools and masters. Drop by for a fascinating art and history lesson charting the evolution of Chinese painting from tradition to modernity.

From now until 22 April 2018, all day, National Gallery Singapore, Wu Guangzhong Gallery. Learn more here.

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