Join The Scrum!
This April, the world’s top rugby nations battle it out for two days at Singapore National Stadium to be crowned champion at the HSBC World Rugby Sevens. The two-day event will feature teams from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Fiji, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Samoa, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, Uruguay and USA.
This Singapore leg is the ninth of eleven tournaments in the men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022/2023 season which started in Hong Kong in November 2022. Beyond the action on the field, there’s a whole host of exciting activities for all the family including games, live performances and an Easter Egg hunt. Purchase the one or two-day passes and get in on the action.
Singapore National Stadium. 1 Stadium Drive, 397629. 8 – 9 April.
Get The Gogh
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has already wowed visitors across the US and Europe since its launch in 2017 and from March you can witness it for yourself here on our sunny shores. The must-see exhibition is set to stun with more than 300 of Van Gogh’s sketches, drawings and paintings, alongside floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall digital projections. Look forward to fun activities in the exhibition space too, including yoga classes, art jamming sessions, and a themed café.
From March 2023. Resorts World Sentosa, B1 Forum 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269.
Sand Meets Screen At Tanjong Beach
Asia’s most beautiful spot to catch a film returns this April with Hendricks Sunset Cinema at Tanjong Beach. Kick off your shoes, get sand in your toes and settle down in a deck chair with a Hendricks G&T (one drink is included in the ticket price) for an outdoors movie experience. This year’s choices range from I Wanna Dance With Somebody and Triangle of Sadness, to Emily and The Menu.
27 April – 14 May. Tanjong Beach, Sentosa.
Forget flying off to somewhere exotic, travelling into the magic of Disney100 is also a possibility at Jewel Changi Airport right now. Come here (suitcase free) to witness the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, which comes complete with synchronised Disney-themed light and music projections. The four-metre tall platinum statue of Mickey Mouse is the centrepiece of Disney100, but there are also 10 other photo spots around the Forest Valley and Canopy Park.
Now – 19 April. 78 Airport Blvd, 819666. jewelchangiairport.com
It’s already completed sell-out shows in Australia and New Zealand, and now The 13-Storey Treehouse: Live on Stage will be brought to life in Singapore. The play, based on the multi-award winning book series by Aussie author Andy Griffith and illustrator Terry Denton, is ideal for children aged 6+ and features a seriously funny cast with magical moments of theatrical wizardry and imagination.
25 – 26 March. Victoria Theatre, 11 Empress Place, 179555.
Rooms With An Oooh!
If you’re partial to the odd selfie, or need fresh inspiration for your Insta pics, don’t miss 29Rooms. This super-cool event has traversed North America and Singapore is its first stop on a bid for world domination. Spread over a 4,000sqm space, this pop-up exhibit boasts 29 themed rooms such as an all-white living room that visitors can throw some paint around in; and a toilet-focused room that pays tribute to the solace that you can only find in the bathroom (unless you have small children, of course). Alongside the interactive installations, there’ll be performances and workshops.
Now – 16 April. Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, 018953.