Sweet by ACT 3 International and ACT 3i Festival for Children Highlights

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ACT 3 International presents Sweet, a 2 hour Sensory & Experiential Workshop at ION Art Gallery, ION Orchard till 5 June 2016 for children from ages 4 to 8 years old. 

This 2 hours, all in one sense ability confectionery celebration consists of visual arts exhibition, workshops and storytelling that will stimulate all of your children’s five senses through sight, taste, touch, smell and sound, enthralling them from the get-go!

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Children are delighted to see the whole venue decorated with all kinds of sweets!

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Yummy … I like Donuts!

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Children and even parents find it fascinating to see ION Art Gallery being magically transformed into a multi-sensorial land of desserts!

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I am so excited, I can’t wait to start the workshop! 

The workshop is inspired by Roald Dahl’s most cherished storybook, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, this all-in-one delicious extravaganza will leave your children salivating for more with not one but four exciting activities. 

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First, the workshop started off with a storytelling session where parents are also welcome to stay with their children for the first 20 minutes.

Be entertained by SWEET Supervisor Kimberly as she brings you on an adventure through a highly entertaining storytelling performance. The kids were visually entertained during the storytelling session, most of them were laughing and actively participating. 

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After the storytelling session, parents take their leave as this is a drop-off workshop. The next three parts of the activities consists of a Drama Workshop with Teacher Kim where the child will learn to move and physicalise actions through creative expression. Next, watch in awe as Teacher April, Juriah demonstrate how easy it is to create colourful lollipops. Finally, together with the help of Chef Sharon, learn how to make your own edible ice cream!

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At the end of the workshop, all the kids get to bring back their own colourful lollipops that they make and the sweet experiences they get from the workshop. They also get to enjoy delicious ice cream. 

Additional Information:

Step into SWEET, a dessert factory, where all things heavenly, sugared and good are made and where your children will experience a delightful and tasty time like no other! 


For ages 4 to 8

May 28 to June 5, 2016

ION Art Gallery

Duration: 2 hour


$40 per child


10:30am to 12:30pm
3:30pm to 5:30pm

Duration: 2 hours

ION Art Gallery, Level 4 ION Orchard

Please be advised that there will be use of food products like full cream milk, whipped cream and sugar for the Gelato Making Workshop.

This is a drop-off workshop.
Children need to be dressed comfortably.

Parents are welcome to stay and watch the opening storytelling performance with their children for the first 20 minutes.

Book online with credit card, please click HERE to book the tickets.


In addition, don’t miss the ACT 3 International, Singapore’s leading Arts company for the young, is proud to announce the launch of a brand new ACT 3i Festival for Children dedicated to children from 2 to 12 years old. 

Packed with exquisite, high quality and awe-inspiring theatre performances that will include original works from Singapore, Italy, Sweden, Argentina, the U.K and Canada, an artfully curated visual arts programme, as well as Conviviality Sessions led by Children’s Theatre artists that are aimed at educators and parents, ACT 3i Festival for Children aims to be the frontrunner in arts enrichment for the young. 

Please go to http://act3international.com.sg/act3ifestival/ for complete listing of the shows and regular updates. 

If you and your children love theatre performances and music, you should not miss ACT 3i Festival for Children, this world class children’s theatre production! 

Awake LOVE Orchestra by ACT 3 International

Our Parenting World team recently watched Awake LOVE Orchestra, it is fascinating to watch the performers playing and creating beautiful music with harmony. They have such good voices and rapport with one another. There is never a dull moment and the performers have lots of interaction with the audience by singing, clapping and making music together with them. They will be performing till 5 June, if you love music, don’t miss this!

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Bringing you a musical experience of sorts – the Awake LOVE Orchestra’s musicians will sing, play instruments and harmonise in a fusion of melodies, magic and passion. A powerful combination, their music will expose the audience to beautiful and creative artistic expressions hence opening hearts and broadening minds that will transform, inspire and deepen an awareness for the arts.

Entertaining audiences all over Europe since 2009, Awake LOVE Orchestra will give you a musical experience that takes you from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean, to Eastern Europe and the American music of today. The music breathes passion and love, with it’s fusion of haunting folk and contemporary groove.

“Lovely music about love, with love, for lovely people.” 

Awake LOVE Orchestra

By Awake, Sweden/United Kingdom

31 May to 5 June 2016

1 hour performances daily with no interval

Tuesday to Friday: 10am

Saturday and Sunday: 11am

For 4 years old and up 

The child will get to listen to original and unique music, put together by mixing sounds and songs from different cultures discovered from their travels round the world.

Excerpt:  http://act3international.com.sg/ifestival-awake/


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