Catch the original Manfred Mann members Paul Jones, Mike D'abo and Tom McGuinness, alongside new members Marcus Cliffe, Simon Currie and Frank Tontoh, perform their classic hits, including Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Pretty Flamingo and more on 24 March 2019, 7.30PM! Get your tickets now for 15% early bird sales! Limited-time only!
The stage play 《秘密 Secret》 features leading Hong Kong stars Ha Yu, Louise Lee, Michelle Yim and Louis Yuen. A mysterious tycoon sends clandestine letters to the people around him about his inheritance, right before he dies. Unsuspectingly, a fight for his assests ensues... This nail-biting story is bound to keep you reeling over in laughter!Whose hands will the inheritance fall into? Come find out for yourself.
The nineteen-year-old singer, songwriter, and actor Sabrina Carpenter is set to star in the upcoming independent film The Short History of the Long Road opposite Steven Ogg, Maggie Siff and Danny Trejo. Her third studio album, ‘The Singular Act I’ was released in November 2018.Don’t miss out on her debut concert here!
The 1708 capacity auditorium equipped with high-end audio, video and production lighting systems with state of the art LED panel walls
The Orchid room is a spacious room which is able to hold 300 pax. It is also equipped with a stage and sound system
Kallang Theatre outdoor platform offer unique space for all events such as performance, movie screening, wedding, product launch or even filming.
Lavender Room is an ideal space for small events such as 21st Birthday Celebrations, Solemnization, Seminar or Team - Building Session.
The Rose Room is a great space for Team - Building Sessions. It is spacious and able to hold about 300 pax.
Our 1,712 seater theatre was the renowned venue for notable international acts such as Les Miserables, Cats, Chicago the Musical, Miss Saigon and Phantom of the Opera. It has housed concerts, ceremonial functions, university convocations and many more. From 1986 to 2000, the Kallang Theatre hosted the annual National Day Rally. Former Prime Ministers, the late Lee Kuan Yew and Goh Chok Tong held their National Day Rallies at the theatre. To this day, the room used by the Prime Ministers – the “Lee Kuan Yew Room” as it is called, remains as one of the best kept rooms in the building. The Kallang Theatre took a four year hiatus in March 2007. Before re-opening the theatre in 2011, the new management, Asia Arts & Culture Pte Ltd. invested about S$1.5 mil in renovations which included the installation of a brand new audio and lighting system. The opening took off with the maiden local musical “Singapura - The Lion City”. Recent acts that have performed at the Kallang Theatre include Dream Theater, Mr. Big, Jayesslee, Sam Tsui and Sungha Jung to add. The stage has a proscenium width of 15m and an area of 252 sq m. It is equipped with up-to-date lighting and sound equipment, and has an electronically operated orchestra pit. The two-levelled auditorium and backstage areas are fully air conditioned. Other facilities within the Kallang Theatre include 10 dressing rooms, 2 large foyers VIP rooms, function rooms, Loading/unloading bay and an in-house carpark with a capacity of 200 cars lots. It is conveniently located opposite the new Singapore Sports Hub and has the Stadium MRT Station right at its doorstep.
Asia Arts Culture
Established in 2007, Asia Arts & Culture Pte Ltd (AAC) is a Singapore-based Arts Event Management company specializing in venue and show management. AAC has been appointed manager of the recently renovated 1706-seat Kallang Theatre and is tasked to strongly promote Kallang Theatre as a preferred venue for arts, events, seminars, exhibitions, corporate dinners, musical shows. Kallang Theatre hosted the inaugural launch of Asia Arts & Culture’s maiden musical show, “Singapura – The Lion City”. Since then it has hosted many other shows, including ‘Journey to the West’ performed by the Guangzhou Acrobatic Troupe, ‘CHARICE: Live In Singapore’, O School Ltd’s ‘Singapore Dance Delight’ and Sri Warisan Som Said Peforming Arts Ltd’s ‘Bendahara –A Betrayal’. AAC will continue to actively promote Asian performing arts and culture in Southeast Asia region and to other parts of the world. The company works closely with various international show production houses to bring shows to Singapore and the region.