[GIVEAWAY!] National Day Parade NDP 2017 Preview Tickets and Funpacks Giveaway!

NDP 2017

Our Parenting World’s Giveaway Alert: National Day Parade NDP 2017 Preview Tickets and Funpacks Giveaway! Please scroll down to the bottom of this website post to participate :) This giveaway post has been pinned on top of the website for the convenience of our readers, to read the latest post, please scroll down :)

This is the moment that Singaporeans are waiting for!

Singapore is celebrating its 52nd birthday this year and National Day Parade (NDP) 2017 will be held at The Float @ Marina Bay. This year’s parade, audience can look forward to an engaging spectacle for Singaporeans, with highlights such as a Salute to the Nation by five Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SG fighter aircraft, a special tribute to 50 years of National Service, two exhilarating Dynamic Defence Display segments as well as a Show segment featuring mass displays, special effects and active audience participation. It will be a spectacular show that everyone will enjoy and watch in pride as Singaporeans!

National Day Parade NDP 2017

If you haven’t been able to get your hands on the highly sought-after tickets to NDP 2017, here’s your opportunity to win the tickets and funpacks! 

NDP National Day Parade

All the above images credit to National Day Parade 2017

Good News! 

Thanks to NDP 2017! Our Parenting World as media partners with NDPeeps will be giving away NDP 2017 Preview Tickets and Funpacks to our valued readers!

We have a total FOUR lucky winners for this giveaway:

1st and 2nd Lucky Winners will receive 4 preview tickets (you will receive your funpacks at the show).

3rd and 4th Lucky Winners will receive 2 funpacks each.

Here’s how to enter the giveaway:

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5) COMMENT on this website post at the Comment Box below, please send your well wishes for Singapore’s Birthday!

Hurry, giveaway will close on 4 July 2017 at 23:59Hr. Winners will be announced through Website and Facebook.

Please ensure that Step 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are completed in order to qualify for the giveaway. 

Winners please kindly confirm your prize within 24 hours of announcement of your winning on our Website and Facebook page or another winner will have to be chosen. 

Thank you and Good Luck! :)

[GIVEAWAY!] SRT’s The Little Company presents Red Riding Hood 小红帽 (Mandarin) and Tickets Giveaway!

Red Riding Hood

Our Parenting World’s Giveaway Alert: SRT’s The Little Company presents Red Riding Hood 小红帽 (Mandarin) and Tickets Giveaway! – Please scroll down to the bottom of this website post to participate :) This giveaway post has been pinned on top of the website for the convenience of our readers, to read the latest post, please scroll down :)

After successfully staging it in English, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) The Little Company now presents Red Riding Hood in Mandarin. Red Riding Hood is an uplifting story about a brave girl named Red who must journey through the forest to reunite her family and save Mother’s bakery from closing down.

Will she reach Grandma’s house in time? Or will the charming Big Bad Wolf distract her from her quest? Join Red on her adventure into the woods, where no one is what they seem!

Filled with humour and packed with original music, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children and adults of all ages.

This show is recommended for aged 5 years old and above. 

Show Dates:
Thursday, 20 July – Friday, 1 September 2017

Show Times:

Weekdays: 10am
Weekend & Public Holiday: 11am & 2pm

Venue:
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT *

To book your tickets, please go to http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cred0917.
SRT Red Riding Hood

Good News! 

We have a Family Package of 4 tickets for the whole family to watch the musical, Red Riding Hood on 29 July, Saturday, 11am! 

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1) LIKE Our Parenting World Facebook Page  and LIKE SRT Facebook Page 

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4) COMMENT on this Website Post at the Comment Box Below “Where is the musical Red Riding Hood 小红帽 being held at?”

Hint: Answer is at the sign marked *

Hurry, giveaway will close on 30 June 2017 at 23:59Hr. Winner will be announced through Website and Facebook.

Please ensure that Step 1, 2, 3 and 4 are completed in order to qualify for the giveaway. 

Winner please kindly confirm your prize within 24 hours of announcement of your winning on our Website and Facebook page or another winner will have to be chosen. 

Thank you and Good Luck! :)

W!LD RICE’s Boeing Boeing brings Non-Stop Laughter and Delight to the audience!

Wild Rice Boeing Boeing

W!LD RICE’s Boeing Boeing brings Non-Stop Laughter and Delight to the audience! – Review

We are always impressed with W!ld Rice’s productions, like La Cage Aux Folles, which was also performed at the same Victoria Theatre in April to May. This time round is Boeing Boeing, which is another big hit for this local theatre production currently showing at the beautiful Victoria Theatre till 22 July 2017. 

The story is about a Bernard, a handsome bachelor acted by Rodney Oliveiro who has been juggling his relationship with three different beautiful airline stewardess who are his lovers and they also live in the same apartment with him. He has been managing 3 of them successfully without any of his 3 lovers knowing about his affairs with the other women. Bernard has the help of his Filipino domestic helper Rosa by Bibeth Orteza to manage his three girlfriends. 

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All three of Bernard’s girlfriends have different striking personalities, girlfriend 1, Jeanette, she is from Singapore Airlines, sexy, attractive and flamboyant even though she loves Bernard, she aspires to marry a billionaire which she shared her aspiration openly with Bernard. Girlfriend 2, Jayanthi, the charmingly beautiful air stewardess from Air India. She is a confident, determined and no-nonsense lady. Finally girlfriend 3, Jin Jin, a romantic lovely air-stewardess from Air China who is sentimental, passionate and saccharine sweet lady.

Edward’s life changing moment comes when his old university mate Robert Toh by Shane Mardjuki from Kuching came to visit him after 15 years. Edward was eagered to share his fling story with Robert and bragged to him how he was a born organisers and managed to juggle with 3 lovers. 

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Robert was impressed with Bernard’s superb planning and not letting any of his 3 girlfriends know of one another existence.

Like all best laid plans, one day it will fail, and in this case, it is so hilarious to see how Bernard and Robert, with the help of Bernard’s domestic helper, Rosa, tries to juggle the ladies from meeting each other in the same apartment. Audience was roaring with laughter with the excellent comic timing and performances by the cast! Bravo! 

The individual cast performed very well. Oon Shu An who acts as a typical Singaporean Ah Lian, Singapore Airline stewardess Jeanette with a practical outlook on marrying for money and not love, Judee Tan who acts as an exaggeration of the typical China girl with strong PRC accent in Singapore is Jin Jin from Air China and the firm and in control Jayanthi acted by Sangeetha Dorai is the Air India stewardess.

They are supported by Bibeth Orteza who speaks with the typical Filipino domestic helper accent and of course the two male cast, Shane Mardjuki and Rodney Oliverio who are excellent buddies on stage.

Wild Rice Boeing Boeing

All the above images credited to W!ld Rice

The storyline is easy to follow, there are lots of near misses when one of the lady almost bumped into the other in this small bachelor pad and the two guys trying their best to keep the ladies away from each other.

In the end, all turns out well, Jin Jin fell in love with Robert and Bernard was more than happy to let her go because he decided to settle down with Jayanthi and Jeanette who is the ever practical money faced Ah Lian went to USA to marry a rich man.

It is a truly enjoyable show with interesting storyline and impressive cast! If you are looking for a night of fun comedy, Boeing Boeing is definitely one that you should not missed!

Hurry, get your tickets now Boeing Boeing is performing till 22 July 2017. 

To find out more and to purchase the details, please go to 

https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cboe0717

Boeing Boeing 

Show dates and time: 

Friday, 23 June – Saturday, 22 July 2017

Tuesday to Saturday: 8.00pm

Saturday & Sunday: 3.00pm

Venue:

Victoria Theatre

Ticket Pricing:

(Excludes Booking Fee)

Preview (23 June, 8pm & 24 June, 3pm)

Standard: S$70, S$60, S$45

 

Tuesday – Thursday, 8.00pm

Standard: S$75, S$65, S$50

 

Friday & Saturday, 8.00pm and Saturday & Sunday, 3.00pm

Standard: S$80, S$70, S$55

SRT’s The Little Company presents Red Riding Hood (Mandarin) and Exclusive Interview with Ms Eleanor Tan

Eleanor Tan

Our Parenting World Interview Series: SRT’s The Little Company presents Red Riding Hood (Mandarin) and Exclusive Interview with Ms Eleanor Tan

Our Parenting World (OPW) team is honoured to be able to interview the very talented, Ms Eleanor Tan (ET) who will be performing in the coming Red Riding Hood 小红帽 (Mandarin) from Thursday, 20 July to Friday, 1 September 2017 at KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT.

About Ms Eleanor Tan, she is frequently described as a “theatre stalwart”, Eleanor has performed in iconic musicals such as Dick Lee’s Hot Pants and Beauty World and Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress and A Twist of Fate, and numerous productions with The Necessary Stage, Theatreworks, W!LD Rice, Teater Ekamatra, and Paper Monkey.  Eleanor is also a children’s theatre veteran, and is delighted to be returning for the Mandarin run of Red Riding Hood, after playing Grandma in the 2013 English production.

Eleanor can currently be seen onscreen as Vivian Lee in the well-loved television drama, Tanglin.  She is an experienced educator with an MA in Arts Practice and Pedagogy.

1) Can you share with us more about your background and when did you get started in your acting career?

ET: I dabbled in work as an extra on television while in university, but started acting professionally onstage in 2002, when I was cast in a children’s musical on board a cruise ship. Since then, I’ve continued to pursue a career in acting in television and theatre, while also working as a drama educator. I recently earned my MA in Arts Practice and Pedagogy, and am currently part of the regular cast of popular television drama, Tanglin.

2) What do you enjoy the most about acting?

ET: The arts hold up a mirror to society, and as an actor in performance, one has the opportunity to illuminate and talk about issues or events that may be controversial, difficult, or even traumatic. It is a privilege and a responsibility to be part of an artistic process that helps start or continue a vital conversation about what it means to be human, and invites audiences to examine themselves and the world they inhabit. On a lighter note, it is of course a great joy to entertain audiences and bring laughter and fun to people!

3) What do you consider most challenging about acting?

ET: To perform every show as if it was your last. Fatigue and jadedness can threaten to set in, especially when a show has a long run with many performances, but professional actors owe a responsibility to their colleagues and patrons to make every show as close to being their best as possible.

4) Can you tell us more about your role in Red Riding Hood?

ET: I play Red Riding Hood’s feisty Grandma. I have a mischievous pet parrot, who proves to be quite important in the story! Also, I’m not one to back down from a fight, and will use whatever is available, including fists and toilet brushes, to hold my own in a confrontation!

5) What are some of your favourite scenes in Red Riding Hood?

ET: The opening scene where audiences are introduced to Red Riding Hood’s family. One of my favourite things about this show is that the writers wanted to fill in the gaps in Red Riding Hood’s story, and you meet Red Riding Hood’s father for the first time. I also love the song and dance that introduces the audience to The Book of Important Things, and of course the classic confrontation between Grandma and the Big, Bad Wolf.

6) We understand that you are a mother, how do you manage to strike a work-life balance being a mother, a wife and having a busy career?

ET: With lots of loving help and support from my family. Marriage and parenthood are important parts of who I am, and give me vital insights into people and relationships. This is very useful in my acting work. I suppose I balance it all because I love every part of it and cannot ever imagine giving any of it up!

7) What do you like to do during your free time and what are some of your favourite family-bonding activities?

ET: I have always believed in the value of experiences over possessions. My family travels quite extensively, and we have opted for a wide variety of activities over the years, including going on safari in Kenya and Botswana, hiking up a glacier in New Zealand, skiing in Japan, and watching plays and going to museums in London.

8) Any tips and advice to mothers on how they can strike a balance with work and family life?

ET: If you are fortunate enough to find a career that is more than just a paying job, but a calling that you are passionate about, I believe that pursuing it can only make you a better, happier person, which in turn helps you to better fulfil your responsibilities at home. Besides, according to the results of a study published by Harvard Business School in 2015, working mothers are more likely to have daughters who are professionally and financially successful, while their sons are more likely to spend more time caring for family members and doing chores. It’s absolutely a win-win situation!

9) Do you have any advice to children who aspire to go into acting as a career and become an actor/actress?

ET: Watch as many good plays, television shows and movies as you can. Observe the actors whose performances impress and move you, and start to examine what it is that makes them so good at what they do. Do your research on what the craft of acting involves, and, if possible, go for classes to start learning how to do it. Just like riding a bicycle, you will finally understand what it is really all about only when you actually do it. It is very hard work! But if that does not faze you, then you might want to talk to your parents about what steps to take in order to get the academic instruction and training that will prepare you for an acting career. And yes, it is possible to earn your living as an actor, though it must be said that many professional actors also pursue other related work as drama educators, voiceover artists, scriptwriters and so on.

10) Lastly, do you have anything you would like to add on and share with our readers about Red Riding Hood and what can parents and children expect when they watch the musical?

ET: This is a fresh take on a classic, well-known tale. You will met Dad for the first time, while other characters may appear in ways you have never seen them before! The world premiere of this play in English was very well-received in 2013, and I thoroughly enjoyed playing Grandma then as well. It’s a lovely story with beautiful music and enormously entertaining characters. Don’t miss it or you’ll regret it for sure!

Thank you Ms Eleanor Tan for taking our interview!

Red Riding Hood

After successfully staging it in English, Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) The Little Company now presents Red Riding Hood in Mandarin. Red Riding Hood is an uplifting story about a brave girl named Red who must journey through the forest to reunite her family and save Mother’s bakery from closing down.

Will she reach Grandma’s house in time? Or will the charming Big Bad Wolf distract her from her quest? Join Red on her adventure into the woods, where no one is what they seem!

Filled with humour and packed with original music, this is a fantastic show to be enjoyed by children and adults of all ages. This show is recommended for aged 5 years old and above. 

Hurry, don’t miss this wonderful production and book your tickets now! 

Show Dates:
Thursday, 20 July – Friday, 1 September 2017

Show Times:

Weekdays: 10am
Weekend & Public Holiday: 11am & 2pm

Venue:
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

To book your tickets, please go to http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cred0917.

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