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Catch of the month: Top picks in theatre, music, and the arts for July 2024

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Play:Date – Unlocking Cabinets of Play

05 Jul 2024 (Fri) - 05 Jan 2025 (Sun)

National Museum of Singapore

GLISTEN by Aotearoa New Zealander artist Lisa Reihana

14 Jun 2024 (Fri) - 30 Mar 2025 (Sun)

National Gallery Singapore

KUMAR UNCUT (Rating: TBA)

10 Jul 2024 (Wed) - 28 Jul 2024 (Sun)

Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

The Invisible Pangolin

27 Jul 2024 (Sat) - 28 Jul 2024 (Sun)

Gateway Theatre Black Box

Play:Date – Unlocking Cabinets of Play

05 Jul 2024 (Fri) - 05 Jan 2025 (Sun);

National Museum of Singapore

GLISTEN by Aotearoa New Zealander artist Lisa Reihana

14 Jun 2024 (Fri) - 30 Mar 2025 (Sun);

National Gallery Singapore

KUMAR UNCUT (Rating: TBA)

10 Jul 2024 (Wed) - 28 Jul 2024 (Sun);

Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

The Invisible Pangolin

27 Jul 2024 (Sat) - 28 Jul 2024 (Sun);

Gateway Theatre Black Box

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We're back again with a lineup of events you won't want to miss this July! From exciting kids’ activities to thought-provoking and hilarious theatre shows, here are seven happenings that promise to add a splash of fun this month.

1. ChildISH (5 June - 21 July)

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Ever wondered what childhood looks like through the eyes of art and poetry? Find out at ChildISH, where local poets and artists take you on a journey through nostalgic artworks, celebrating the impact and magic of childhood.

Catch ChildISH at Punggol Regional Library. Admission is free.

2. GLISTEN by Lisa Reihana (14 June 2024 - 30 March 2025)

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Southeast Asian Songket and Māori Tāniko are weaving traditions from different corners of the world, but how will it look when you bring them together? GLISTEN is an enchanting kinetic large-scale outdoor installation that not only intertwines the two traditions but also playfully interacts with nature through 114,000 shimmering discs and a wind chime soundscape, offering a captivating multi-sensory experience.

Catch Glisten at National Gallery Singapore. Installation can be publicly accessed.

3. Jazz in July (1 - 31 July)

Get ready to groove at Jazz in July at Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay. Jam out with local and international artists in a month-long festival serving up a delicious blend of jazz flavours, perfect for die-hard jazz fans and curious newcomers alike.

Catch Jazz in July at the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay. Admission is free for some.

4. Tick, Tick… Boom! (5 - 14 July)

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Don't miss the electrifying self-discovery journey of Jonathan Larson's early days in Tick, Tick… Boom! Now live on stage, this Netflix musical sensation explores the anxieties of adulthood and emphasises the importance of mental wellness and resilience in navigating life’s challenges, offering an unforgettable blend of infectious energy and heartfelt storytelling.

Catch Tick, Tick… Boom! at KC Arts Centre. Tickets are priced from $50.

5. Play:Date – Unlocking Cabinets of Play (5 July 2024 - 5 January 2025)

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Relive your childhood at Play:Date – Unlocking Cabinets of Play where over 250 iconic toys from various eras await. Immerse yourself with interactive experiences and artistic installations that evoke nostalgia and celebrate the magic of childhood.

Catch Play:Date – Unlocking Cabinets of Play at the National Museum of Singapore. Admission is free.

6. Kumar Uncut (10 - 28 July)

Witness Kumar’s directorial debut at Kumar Uncut. This biggest local comedy entertainment headliner is ready to give you a night full of unfiltered laughs and dazzling drag performances – what more could you ask for?

Catch Kumar Uncut at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets are priced from $58.

7. The Invisible Pangolin (23 and 31 July)

What happens when a Monkey, Owl, and Tiger unravel the mystery of an unseen classmate? This interactive theatre experience takes you on a journey exploring friendships, embracing differences, and the joy of discovery.

Catch The Invisible Pangolin at Gateway Theatre Black Box. Tickets are priced from $21.

Dive into July's arts and culture scene with these diverse top picks

Celebrate the best of July with a lineup featuring theatre, music, and entertainment, making it a month filled with discovery and enjoyment!

Image credits: Singapore Art Museum, National Gallery Singapore, Sight Lines and National Museum of Singapore.

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