It’s the holiday season, and with it comes tons of activities during the month! Check out what you can experience with our Quick Beats for December 2021.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra December Shows
Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is ending the year on a high note. Among the featured shows are accomplished acts Lorenzo Viotti and Andreas Ottensamer, as well as a Christmas-themed performance by SSO themselves.
Split Theatre Presents “Don’t Cancer Me Can”
Local nonprofit startup Split Theatre is presenting their highly personal performance called “Don’t Cancer Me Can” —a culmination of the efforts from the participants of the inaugural “Work On The Self” programme.
Audiences will experience the performer’s personal stories and interpretations unfold on stage, with a unique script devised from their real-life anecdotes; an intimate performance awaits.
Date: 18 to 21 December 2021
Location: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Ln, Singapore 179429
Price: $$35 per entry
More information can be found at Split Theatre’s official website.
The Murder of Farah Aiyah: a LIVE Crime Scene Investigation Experience
The spooky season may be over, but there are activities you can experience to relive the atmosphere!
From the makers of Murder At Old Changi Hospital comes its prequel: The Murder of Farah Aiyah. Teaming up in groups of four to five, you and your team will put your investigation skills to the test in this physical 60-minute roleplay crime investigation — decoding puzzles, deciphering clues and unlocking the key to Murder at Old Changi Hospital.
Date: Till 2 January 2022
Price: S$250 (4-5 pax)
More information and ticketing purchasing can be found on their website.
Asian Civilisations Museum December Activities
Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM)presents an exciting line-up of family-friendly activities this December with experiences such as immersive storytelling, craft workshops, and drama performances from Act3 International.
The complete list of December activities from ACM can be found on their official website.
Nam June Paik- The Future is Now
Experience the expansive range of Nam June Paik, the “father of video art”. Featuring the likes of over 180 installations, projections, modified televisions, video sculptures, robots and other inventive contraptions, you’ll be transported into a wholly unique world; especially in our digital age.
Date: 10 December 2021 to 27 March 2022
Location: Singtel Exhibition Galleries and Basement Concourse at National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Rd, #01 – 01, Singapore 178957
Opening hours: 10am to 7pm daily
Singapore Sports Hub December Activities
Get back in the groove ahead of the new year with Singapore Sports Hub’s list of activities! Have a ball of a time with Sports Hub’s tchoukball, korfball and lawn bowl classes, or dive into their artistic swimming classes.
Kids can also join in the fun with the Junior Playcation Urban Camp, where they will be introduced to the world of sports, learning coordination and sportsmanship from sports such as Football and Golf.
M3 World Championships
Gamers can experience the electric esports atmosphere live with the upcoming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championship (M3)!
The competition’s third iteration sees regions such as the Middle East, North America, LATAM, and Turkey making their first bow. They compete for the coveted title and a combined prize pool of US$800,000. Local teams EVOS SG and RSG SG will likewise be there as they bid to earn all the plaudits, so be sure to come out and cheer them on!
Date: 17 to 19 December
Location: Suntec City Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Level 4, Hall 403, 1 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039593
Price: S$20 – S$45
National Museum of Singapore Programmes in December
Families with young ones can spend the holidays with the National Museum of Singapore, which offers a whole range of engaging activities for the young and the young at heart.
Children’s Season at the National Museum 2021: Get Curious! Stories of You & Me lets you go ahead and hunt for artefacts alongside your loved ones as you explore the galleries and solve riddles to discover little-known facts behind them. The online New, Great and Happy: The Amusement “Worlds” of Singapore meanwhile has a digital amusement world that grants a unique look at New World, Great World and Happy World (renamed Gay World in 1964) — Singapore’s previous amusement parks.
There are also workshops available that allow the young minds to discover the nostalgic toys that you or even your parents may have played with and take a look at local places of interest from years before.
For everything happening this December at the National Museum of Singapore, check out their official website.
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Visuals courtesy of Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Split Theatre, Sight Lines, Asian Civilisations Museum, Andria Lo, Singapore Sports Hub, M3 World Championships and National Museum of Singapore (in order).
*Article amended with corrected details