Events January 2008 Singapore

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Events - 2008 - 2009

January - 2008
1) Beauty World
When:3 - 19 Jan 2008; not Mon
Where: Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay
Cost: S$25-S$140
Opening Hours:Tue-Fri 8pm;
Sat & Sun 2.30pm & 8pm
One of Singapore's most successful musicals visits the Esplanade Theatre. Beauty World guarantees a night of extravagant sets and costumes, brilliant dance routines and catchy songs.Set in 1960s Singapore, Beauty World tells the story of Ivy Chan Poh Choo, a small town girl who finds herself in the big city as she searches for her long-lost father.

2) Pongal - Harvest Festival
When: 15 - 25 Jan 2008 (annual)
Where: Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
Cost: Free
Pongal is a four-day thanksgiving celebration that marks the harvest and the start of the auspicious month of Thai in the Hindu calendar. Singapore celebrates with a number of events over 11 days.The celebration continues in the colourful Campbell Lane street bazaar, where visitors can browse for unique handicrafts and enjoy cultural performances. For the opening ceremony, a cattle parade of 26 cows with painted horns and garlands is accompanied by traditional musicians and a display of giant Indian dolls.If you want to attend the ceremony at the temple, remember to dress appropriately and remove your shoes at the door.

3) M1 Singapore Fringe Festival
When: 16 - 27 Jan 2008 (annual)
Where: Singapore
Cost: Tickets start at S$18; free for exhibitions
Opening Hours: Various
The festival was launched in 2005 as a platform to create meaningful and provocative art. Participating venues include the Esplanade, Jubilee Hall, National Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Objectifs - Centre for Photography and Filmmaking, HOME Club, VivoCity, The Cathay, Singapore Polytechnic and Singapore Management University.

4) Thaipusam
When: 22 Jan 2008 (annual)
Where: Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
Cost:Free
Singapore's Thaipusam festival, some aspects of which may seem strange to Westerners, is a Hindu festival of thanksgiving celebrated in honour of Lord Subrahmanya (also known as Lord Murugan) who represents virtue, youth and power and is the destroyer of evil. The festival occurs during the full moon day in the month of Thai (during January or February). It is a unique spectacle, but definitely not one for the faint-hearted. A few days before the procession itself, it's also possible to visit the stalls on Serangoon Rd which offer the kind of equipment used in this rather unusual event.

New Events 2008

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