Magic in Singapore, Sentosa Busker Fest & Arabian Nights

1) There’s Magic Everywhere in Singapore

Magic flows in the Asian Civilisations Museum this season

What: A magical journey to discover museums and the heritage of Singapore
When: Now till Dec 12
Where: Various museums
How much:  Both Free & Ticketed events available

Maybe it’s the Harry Potter movie going on, but magic seems  to be the ‘in’ thing now. Explore Singapore presents There’s Magic Everywhere with its 30 events in 15 museums islandwide. Highlights of the event include Singapore’s popular illusionists JC Sum and “Magic Babe” Ning as they perform tricks and attempt to vanish 5 spectators at the Asian Civilisation Museum. There’s also an Art Mart at the Peranakan Museum where you can shop around for quirky and creative designed-by-Singaporeans items.

2) Sentosa Buskers Festival 2010

What: A busker festival of street acts led by international talents
When: Nov 27 – Dec 5, 4pm – 10pm
Where:Imbiah at Sentosa
How much:  Free, with the usual island admission fees payable

The Sentosa Buskers Festival is an inaugural event with international talents performing for the first time in Singapore. Headliners include veteran football juggler Victor Rubilar who is a four-time Guinness World Records winner, Kate Moir a.k.a The Living Statue, Jeff Bradly, a.k.a The Comedian and much more.

For more information on Sentosa, click here.

3) Get enchanted at The Arabian Nights

What: A theatre and musical performance
When: 26 November – 12 December, Wed-Thur 3pm; Fri-Sat 3pm & 7:30pm; Sun 11am & 5pm
Where: The Singapore Airlines Theatre, LaSalle College of the Arts
How much:  $33 (Weekday Matinee), $36 (Evening & Weekend)

A wild combination of magic, princesses, heroes and adventures awaits, with the use of live theatre, puppetry and music. A recommended family musical that is also suitable for anyone who wants to go on a magic carpet ride.

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