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National Day Storytelling

Family friendly storytelling

Stories to Celebrate!
What stories did our forefathers bring with them to this island? What are the stories of Singapura? Go on a roving storytelling tour of Esplanade and discover myths and folktales from India, China and the Malay Archipelago. Follow the storyteller’s clues to find the next location and try to listen to all of their stories! Directed by master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran, these site-specific storytelling experiences are deeply rooted in Asian and regional folklore.

Dates & Timings:
Fri 9 Aug | Sat 10 Aug | Sun 11 Aug
11:00 am
The Esplanade

Suitable for ages 5 and above
Part of Red Dot August programming for National Day 2019
FREE with Registration


The Temasek Story

Fri 9 Aug - 1pm, 2pm, 3pm  Singapore Sports Museum, Singapore Sports Hub

In collaboration with The Storytelling Centre Limited, the Singapore Sports Museum presents The Temasek Story, the legend of Prince Sang Nila Utama who found Singapore. Come join us and celebrate Singapore’s history in an engaging and exciting way!

FREE Programme

Attack of the Swordfish

Sun 11 Aug - 11:30am  The Artground, Goodman Arts Centre

The sharp-nosed swordfish were attacking the island of Singapura! The Sultan's army could not defeat the fierce fish. A little boy named Hang Nadim had a plan that could save Singapura! Listen to this local folktale of bravery and discover the naming of Bukit Merah, or Redhill.

$10 per parent-and-child pair for programmes in The White Box at The Artground. Payment on-site.
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The Storytelling Centre Limited is a non-profit organisation based in Singapore.
Our core mission is to foster and advance the art of storytelling through performances, collaborations, artistic exchanges, mentorships, training and community outreach.
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