What’s on this weekend: 28 – 29 October 2017

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Sing along with Elmo and friends at a special Sesame Street Halloween musical, create your own No-Face terrarium, help stray dogs while enjoying jazzy tunes in the garden and more.

Go on a musical adventure with a little chicken
When something lands on her head one day, scaredy-cat Chicken Little thinks the sky is falling down and sets off on a quest to warn The King. Along the way, she encounters an assortment of quirky characters, from Ducky Daddles and Turkey Lurkey – but can she steer clear of cunning Foxy Loxy? Watch this delightful musical and find out for yourself!

25 October – 8 December 2017, various timings, KC Arts Centre, Singapore Repertory Theatre. Find out more here and get your tickets from Sistic.

Get up close to rare and precious eggs
For an eggs-citing time, check out Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty and Culture, which is showing at the Singapore Philatelic Museum until Sunday. The exhibition features rare Faberge egg pendants and Russian imperial porcelain eggs, as well as eggs made from crystal, horn and stone. Learn about the history, culture and traditions behind these exquisite works of art while admiring their ornate patterns.

Ends 29 October 2017, 10am - 7pm, Singapore Philatelic Museum. Find out more here

Go trick or treating with Elmo and friends
Have a very musical Halloween with the cast of Sesame Street in Universal Studios Singapore’s latest show Trick or Treat with Sesame Street! Through songs and dances with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Count Dracula, Big Bird and other characters, your child can learn about friendship and kindness. Entry is free with ticket admission to Universal Studios Singapore.

From now until 4 November 2017, Universal Studios Singapore, Pantages Hollywood Theater. Click here for more details.

Make your own Spirited Away-inspired terrarium
Oriole Coffee + Bar’s delightful No-Face Terrarium workshop is the perfect Sunday activity for crafty kids! Learn how to make your own Spirited Away-inspired terrarium using No-Face figurines, air plants and moss. Fret not if your kid gets hungry – there’ll be light snacks to keep the munchies at bay.

29 October 2017, 10am, Oriole Coffee + Bar, Capitol Piazza Neue. Find out more and register here.

Learn about the science behind amazing circus tricks
Think circus tricks and science don’t go together? Think again! ‘Circus! Science Under The Big Top!’ explores the science behind circus artistry, from acrobatic stunts to high wire acts and the art of contortion.

28 October 2017 – 18 March 2018, 10am – 6pm, Science Centre Singapore. Visit Science Centre Singapore for more information.

Do your part to help stray dogs
Hunker down for an evening of jazzy tunes at the Jazz for Dogs concert, where local jazz singers and musicians come together to raise awareness of stray dogs. Too lazy to bring your own food and mat? Pre-order a picnic basket containing fruit, wine and finger food at Action for Singapore Dogs. And as always, pack insect repellent and plenty of water!

29 October 2017, 5pm, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. Find out more here.

Get into the Halloween spirit at a zombie brain hunt
Dress up as a hungry brain-eating undead at SAFRA Yishun’s first-ever zombie brain hunt! Highlights include zombie face painting, a zombie piñata bash, a photo booth to capture brain-munching moments and best-dressed zombie contest.

28 October 2017, 6pm, SAFRA Yishun & Yishun Park. Click here for more details.

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