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Gateway Little Hoppers

Gateway Arts & Distinct Creative Arts (DCA) bring urban dance for kids to Gateway Theatre.

Engaging in dance from an early age allows children to attain a greater range of movement and coordination. It also betters the child's social interactions, improves imagination, ability to explore and express emotions, as well as allows them to learn to be vulnerable and overcome fears.

Gateway Little Hoppers will help your child achieve those goals in a fun and engaging manner. Your child will learn hip hop basics with urban dance techniques and is guaranteed to have A LOT of fun!

Module 2: 20, 27 March; 3, 10, 17, 24 April; 8, 15 May 2021 (Break on 1 May for Labour Day)
Boys & Girls (Age 3 &4): 11.30am - 12.30pm
Girls (Age 5-9): 1.00pm - 2.30pm
Boys (Age 5-9): 3.00pm - 4.30pm

Gateway Arts Kids Club

Gateway Arts Kids Club is a weekly kids programme that includes storytelling, arts and crafts, and free play activities, as well as parenting talks and workshops.

All our activities are a way for parents to get involved with their kids in arts-related activities. Activities are centred around performing arts, visual arts, music or dance. In fact, studies show that creative activities are imperative in early child development.

Gateway Arts Kids Club gets you and your child engaged in arts-related activities that are not only fun but also feed the imaginative creator hidden within!

Each month features a different theme, around which activities are focused.

Recommended for children 3 to 8 years old.

Every Saturday
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Ma Courage

Mother Courage and Her Children was written in 1939 in response to the rise in facism and Nazism in Germany. Brecht chose to locate this story in the 17th century’s Thirty Years' War and it follows the fortunes of Anna Frieling and her three children. Determined to create opportunity out of crisis, Anna’s efforts ultimately prove fruitless and lead to the loss of all her children. The play serves as a moral compass for anyone who seeks to benefit from calamity and suffering. Ma Courage takes loose inspiration from Brecht's original, relocating the play and its concerns to a Singaporean context. The play is performed by the LASALLE Diploma in Performance students , in collaboration with the LASALLE Diploma in Theatre Production and Management programme.

Director: Samantha Scott-Blackhall
Based upon: Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht

14 & 15 May - 7.30pm
15 & 16 May - 2pm


Friday 14th May at 7.30pm

Saturday 15th May at 2pm

Saturday 15th May at 7.30pm

Sunday 16th May at 2pm

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