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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s biggest musicals are streaming free on YouTube for a limited time

Enjoy a selection of Andrew Lloyd Webber's biggest musical, including Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats and The Phantom of the Opera online for free!  Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group is offering free broadcasts of his greatest musical including megahits "Cats" and "The Phantom of the Opera". So if you missed the last online screening of "The Phantom of the Opera", here's a 2nd chance to catch it!  Where to Catch The Musical A different musical wil stream each week on The Shows Must Go On!, a YouTube channel devoted to this project. Shows will go live on Fri at  Each show goes live on the channel on Saturday morning at 2 am Singapore Time (7 pm BST, 2 pm EDT, 5 am...

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Singapore's Sentosa Island Creates Branded Island on Animal Crossing

Nintendo Switch players can now #maketime for a virtual break and escape to Sentosa by visiting and exploring iconic attractions and various unique offerings through its digital reimagination of the island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Throughout the circuit breaker period, you might have heard of the latest craze that everyone’s been talking about – Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Some parents are also playing it together with their little ones while staying home in the fight against COVID-19. And now, the game allows families to explore this virtual paradise, Sentosa, while at home too! First Animal Crossing: New Horizons island getaway developed by a Singapore brand. Nintendo Switch players can now #maketime for a virtual break and escape to Sentosa by visiting and exploring iconic attractions and...

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Fun And Easy Ways To Keep The Kids Engaged At Home Through Arts And Culture | #SGCultureAnywhere #StayHomeforSG

Finding ways to occupy the young ones and stimulate their curious minds while staying home? Well, search no further.Launched by the National Arts Council, the #SGCultureAnywhere campaign brings together the best of Singapore’s arts and culture digital offerings (including family-friendly arts activities, such as colouring contests and children’s performances) on one integrated platform to be enjoyed and experienced, anytime and anywhere. So get those colour pencils and screens ready, and be set to keep your little ones inspired and entertained through arts and culture with this list of kid-friendly options: 1. Hands-on arts and crafts for kids: Indian Heritage Centre Let your child have fun while learning with the Indian Heritage Centre’s online puzzles and colouring sheets. The hands-on activities feature artefacts in the museum’s collection. 2. Children’s...

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Celebrate Mother's Day With A Series of Specially-Curated Online Programmes For Mummies!

Families For Life will roll out a series of specially-curated online programmes on 10 May, from 10am to 9pm on its Facebook page, including an hour-long concert featuring local singers and special appearances by Kit Chan, Stefanie Sun and JJ Lin   Photo Credits: Families for Life On the 10th of May, Families For Life will be hosting a series of specially curated content on their Facebook page. These include fun-filled Mother’s Day-themed activities for families such as storytelling, interactive song and dance performances as well as baking activities. The day's programme ends with a special hour-long online show dedicated to Mummies! Appreciation To Mummies During CB Period This Mother’s Day will be like no other. With circuit breaker measures in place,...

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Gallery Kids! A Dedicated Website for Families by the National Gallery Singapore!

Play, explore and interact with new art experiences online every week with National Gallery Singapore! With games, hands-on activities and more to keep the kids entertained this Mid-Year holidays! The National Gallery Singapore will be sharing plenty of free home-based artactivities and resources to nurture one’s interest from 5 May 2020. From new multimedia to hands-on activities, including interactive games, art-inspiredstorytelling video sessions, as well as artist masterclasses and art tutorials will be introduced weekly on Gallery Kids!, a dedicated website for families and kids about art. Here are some of the activities that you may engage with your little ones!  My Ink-credible Adventure Interactive Game Inspired by the space of the same name at the Keppel Centre for Art Education, children can...

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