The Omni-Theatre uses state-of-the-art digital projectors and powerful digital planetarium software to present full-dome shows of unrivalled digital resolution and brightness.

A key highlight is our "Live" Planetarium Show, a digital presentation projected on the dome screen using our digital planetarium system and delivered "live" by our very own Science Educator.

With Asia’s largest seamless dome screen (23m), specially designed seating configuration and surround-sound effects, your students will be enthralled by an experiential learning journey like no other!


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Movies for Primary Schools

3-2-1 Liftoff! (DIGITAL MOVIE)

Most full dome shows are about the universe. Our story is about how hard it is to get there.

Elon is a hamster scientist who lives on a dump yard. He tries to fit in the local rats' community but nobody takes him seriously. The rats aren't interested in his scientific experiments which often fail in practice.

One day, Elon hears a crash. On his garden he finds a crater and a damaged robot inside. How did he get here? Elon fixes the robot and finds out that he fell from a space ship which is going to prepare Mars for colonization. But the ship leaves in three days.

And that's how Elon's great adventure starts. Will he manage to get the robot back to his ship before it leaves with all the robot's friends? 3-2-1 Liftoff! is and adventurous animated film about courage and wits you need to have to get in space and back.


Curricular linkages:

- INspired by Science, INquire like Scientists and INnovate using Science (new Science curriculum framework)

- 21st century competencies (e.g. Critical and Inventive Thinking)

- Values in learning science (Curiosity, Creativity, Resilience)

Primary Level Links:

- Interactions of Forces, Interactions within the Environment and Energy Conversion.

This movie provides an invaluable learning experience where students will be INspired by Science, INquire like Scientists and INnovate using Science. They will also develop a deeper appreciation of values in learning science such as curiosity, creativity and resilience.

For primary school students, linkages can be made to relevant concepts in topics such as "Interactions of Forces," "Interactions within the Environment" and "Energy Conversion."

Useful extension activities after watching the movie could include building your own flight device using recycled materials, and investigating various ways to power the flight device.

Duration: Approx. 35 minutes



In this special re-release of the smash hit film EVEREST, audiences will revisit the inspiring ascent of the world's tallest mountain with a team of four international climbers who find hope, beauty, and triumph in the wake of tragedy. When EVEREST was first released in 1998, it was the fastest rollout ever for a giant screen film and landed on Variety's Top 10 Box Office list. The film shattered all previous attendance records and went on to become the highest grossing giant-screen documentary of all time. Digitally remastered, this special edition will allow a new generation to experience this moving, critically acclaimed film. 

Duration: Approx. 44 minutes



Exploring New Worlds (IN-HOUSE PRODUCTION)

Directed and produced in-house at the Science Centre, Exploring New Worlds is a show about Space and the brief history of Human Space Explorations, from the launch of Sputnik to the Apollo Space missions. The explorations of the Outer solar system and the existential threat of human extinction from asteroid impacts. The show will commence from near the 20th April 2023 on Earth during the totality of a Solar Eclipse, to the distant past of 46.5 billion years offset in Space and Time at the edge of the universe. 

Join us as we embark on a journey together to Explore New Worlds! 

Duration: Approx. 35 minutes