29 May – 18 July
La Clique, Sands Theatre
Award-winning spectacular La Clique will make its debut at the iconic Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands for a limited season, in what will be the first theatrical performance featuring an international cast to return to the venue since Singapore’s Circuit Breaker in April last year. Filled with heart-stopping moments, humour and spellbinding acts, La Clique features a unique blend of circus, comedy, and contemporary cabaret variety, set to a thrilling live soundtrack. Since it was first launched in 2004, the show has performed to sold-out audiences in cities such as Adelaide, Brighton, Edinburgh, Melbourne, Montreal, New York and Sydney. In Singapore, La Clique will run at Sands Theatre for an eight-week-long limited season from 29 May to 18 July, with eight performances a week and an audience of 250, seated in the round. From $98. La Clique (lacliquetheshow.com)
Until 11 May
Sea of Tiki
S.E.A Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa
Don’t miss the final weeks of S.E.A. Aquarium’s island paradise theme, The Sea of Tiki. Kids will adore viewing and uncovering fun facts about tropical fishes, going on a tiki trail featuring a majestic volcano and snapping some photos with the aquarium’s much-loved manta ray mascots – Mika, Mako and Manja. The long-awaited dive feed makes its comeback; watch the incredible feeding of over 40,000 marine inhabitants at the Open Ocean Habitat.
Until 30 May
Paw-verbs on the Lawn
Malay Heritage Centre, 85 Sultan Gate, 198501
Malay Heritage Centre (MHC) has teamed up with popular Japanese artist Juno for the sweetest art installation on the island: Paw-verbs on the Lawn. 30 of Juno’s adorable cat illustrations are displayed on the expansive green lawn of MHC, interspersed with 10 common Malay proverbs that spotlight how cats convey different aspects of human behaviour. Snap a few photos for the ‘gram, enjoy other galleries and exhibits at the centre or grab a bite around trendy Kampong Glam.
Until 29 August
Picturing the Pandemic: A Visual Record of COVID-19 in Singapore
National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, 178897
With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the National Museum commissioned five local photographers – Bob Lee, Brian Teo, Edwin Koo, How Hwee Young and Zakaria Zainal − and two filmmakers – Adar Ng and Dave Lim – to visually document how Covid was experienced in Singapore. The photographs and short film, along with a selection of objects, are showcased in this fascinating exhibition, presenting a resonant portrait of a nation responding to and coping with an unprecedented local and global health crisis.