1. Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.
Alex Davies, image courtesy of the artist and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

See more through less at the first exhibition on Minimalism in Southeast Asia spanning two major venues. Experience the coming together of Asian and Western art in their most essential forms.

Date: Till 14 Apr

Venue: National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum

Website: Minimalism: Light. Space. Object.

Nearest MRT: Bayfront and City Hall

2. World Gourmet Summit
A group of guests at the World Gourmet Summit event Photo by World Gourmet Summit

At the 23rd outing of the month-long World Gourmet Summit (WGS)—Asia’s premier haute cuisine festival that celebrates fine cuisines, wines and dining experiences— expect a stellar line-up of international masterchefs, along with our brightest culinary talents, serving you dinners, brunches, masterclasses and more.

Date: 1 Apr to 12 May

Venue: Various locations

Website: www.worldgourmetsummit.com

3. Easter Eggs-travaganza with Gudetama
A boy taking a blue Easter egg from the basket

Join us in Easter Eggs-travaganza at Jurong Bird Park, which will be peppered with the beloved Japanese egg character. Gudetama fans young and old will love taking photos with the park’s avian mascots and taking part in Easter-themed craft activities. Embark on the egg-venture hunt and stand a chance to win attractive prizes..

Date: 1-30 Apr

Venue: Jurong Bird Park

Website: www.birdpark.com.sg

Nearest MRT: Take bus 194 from Boon Lay MRT station

4. Madame Tussauds™ Singapore

Madame Tussauds™ Singapore will open a new interactive zone soon: The Ultimate Film Star Experience. Do you have what it takes to be a movie star? Here, you can experience what it’s like auditioning for a lead role and rising to fame alongside your favourite celebrities. Don’t miss your chance to snap a selfie with Madame Tussauds™ Singapore’s newest figures, singers Ariana Grande and Suzy Bae. And get the party started in the VIP lounge of A-list, take your place behind the interactive DJ booth!

Date: From 1 Apr

Venue: Madame Tussauds™ Singapore

Website: www.madametussauds.com/singapore

Nearest MRT: Harbourfront

5. The Truth

Best known for staging acclaimed productions like Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress and Shakespeare in the Park, the Singapore Repertory Theatre invites you to uncover Florian Zeller's The Truth. This suspense-filled story about betrayal and deceit premiered at The Chocolate Factory, London, in association with Theatre Royal Bath.

Date: 3-20 Apr

Venue: KC Arts Centre

Website: www.srt.com.sg/thetruth

Nearest MRT: Fort Canning

6. SAM Mini Mobile Museum

The Singapore Art Museum’s Mini Mobile Museum invites you to an intimate experience of Southeast Asian artists’ contemporary artworks within a public space. Featuring art forms like drawings, installations, sound and video, you can expect five editions of this travelling art exhibition starting from 2019 onwards.

Date: 3 Apr to 4 Aug

Venue: Jurong, Tampines and Woodlands Regional Libraries

Website: www.singaporeartmuseum.sg

7. Indian Cultural Fiesta
A group of Indian dancers performing along the shophouses Photo by Little India Shopkeepers & Heritage Association (LISHA)

A joyous display of unity by the various Indian ethnic communities, this month-long fiesta showcases the vast array of traditions, customs and practices of the Indian diaspora in Singapore. At Indian Cultural Fiesta, you can enjoy cultural performances, exhibitions, interactive educational journeys, heritage activities and traditional games.

Date: 26-27 Apr 

Venue: Little India - Campbell Lane, Indian Heritage Centre (IHC) & Clive Street (POLI Site)

Website: www.littleindia.com.sg

Nearest MRT: Little India

8. HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2019
Rugby players on the field at HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens

Don’t miss this intense competition between the world’s top 16 rugby nations, as they duke it out for the coveted Sevens trophy. This tournament’s enthusiastic fans have been known to don whimsical outfits when attending its exhilarating matches, so feel free to join in the costumed fun. Spectators will also be entertained by roving performers and exciting games. Take your pick from exclusive memorabilia available at merchandise stands and have a ball with rugby superstars at the event’s after-party.

Date: 13-14 Apr

Venue: Singapore Sports Hub

Website: www.singapore7s.sg

9. Wonderland
Mad Hatter's Tea Party at Wonderland, ArtScience Museum

Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland, an immersive film exhibition celebrating Lewis Carroll's timeless tale and Alice's adventures in more than 40 cinematic odysseys. Explore how this precocious heroine inspired revolutionary film-making, from groundbreaking special effects and animation to evocative storytelling and technological development in this experiential exhibition at Singapore's iconic ArtScience Museum™.

Date: 13 Apr to 22 Sep

Venue: ArtScience Museum™

Website: www.marinabaysands.com/ArtScienceMuseum

Nearest MRT: Bayfront

10. JSSL Singapore International 7’s
A group of young footballers huddling together for a cheer

Let the gifted competitors of the region’s largest youth football tournament inspire you, as you cheer them on in exhilarating match-ups. At Asia’s largest youth football competition, you’ll be awed by young talents from over 400 teams, including aspiring professionals from the academies of top clubs like Arsenal FC and FC Barcelona.

Date: 19-21 Apr

Venue: Our Tampines Hub

Website: www.jssl-singapore7s.com

Nearest MRT: Tampines

11. The Phantom of the Opera

Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famous musical about the mysterious patron of the Paris Opera House will be returning to Singapore with its breath-taking sets and intricate costumes. Broadway’s longest-running show has been seen by over 145 million people around the world and will have you singing along with its 37-strong international cast and 14-piece live orchestra.

Date: 24 Apr to 26 May

Venue: Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands®

Website www.marinabaysands.com

Nearest MRT: Bayfront