Mister Maker Comes to Singapore!

May 25, 2016

Mister Maker and the Shapes are making their way to Singapore for the very first time, and they’ll be performing only seven shows between 10 to 12 June 2016!

Mister Maker is the ultimate arts and craft show for pre-schoolers and early primary years which teaches and entertains in fun and imaginative ways. He is a real life character who gets his inspiration to make art from everything and anything around him.

Besides having the Shapes – Circle, Square, Rectangle and Triangle – come alive, expect lots of audience participation, singing and dancing throughout the entire live show.

Mister Maker and the Shapes Live on Stage Show Details

Venue: D’Marquee Downtown East Paris Ris

Friday, 10 June 2016
Saturday, 11 June 2016
12pm, 3pm, 5.30pm
Sunday, 12 June 2016
10:30am, 2pm, 5pm

Tickets prices start from $35 (excludes $4 booking fee per ticket) and tickets can be booked online via Sistic or over the phone at +65 6348 5555.

And great news for my readers! I have a set of 4 tickets worth $440 for one lucky winner! Simply follow the instructions carefully in the widgets below and you’ll stand a change to win tickets to catch Mister Maker and the Shapes live!

Mister Maker Giveaway

Disclaimer: We have been invited to catch Shrek the Musical for review purposes. No further compensation were received.

  1. I like it that he is so comical in his craft videos! He engages the children so well that they don’t peel their eyes off screen for a second. I hear a little giggle now and then. This is a better programme than Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Dora the Explorer imo!

  2. We actually really love the minute make segment because it’s such easy crafts with no hassle, most of them could be done really quick with the kids!

  3. I’ve always admire other mums who seem so “naturally” crafty and I hope to do the same for my kids. Prior to this, I didn’t really know who Mister Maker was until some friends whom I know aren’t “naturally creative” like me mentioned that he’s really good and even motivates their kids to make their own art out of imagination. After reading this post, I went to Youtube to watch some of his episodes and I love how animated he is, keeping the show fun and upbeat. Best part, the things that he shows what I need to make the craft are stuff that I already have at home! I like that the crafts don’t take too long to do, great for kids with shorter attention spans. I’m sure my son will get some inspiration after watching him live!

  4. What I most like about Mister Maker is that he is very entertaining while making interesting art and craft projects. My kids could spend hours watching him!

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