August 11, 2016

NOISE Singapore Festival

Event: Noise Singapore 2015 Festival: Alumni Show (Exhibition & Concerts) Date: 31 October 2015 Location: The Foothills at Fort Canning Park

Up for a night of immersing yourself in the local arts and music scene? Well, we are! Beginning this upcoming Saturday, Noise Singapore will showcase a series of festival exhibitions at Capitol Piazza and Esplanade. Be sure to hang around Capitol Piazza Outdoor plaza to rummage through a flagship exhibition showcasing a series of original artworks and commissioned installations by young artists. The theme ‘Uncharted’ surrounds the shared troubles of young artists; the frightening prospect of venturing into unfamiliar settings. You’ll be compelled to see things with a new perspective through the eyes of these fresh talents, from various mediums such as art, design, photography and music creations. Perk up your ears, music enthusiasts, there’ll be live music performances to serenade you through the night on Saturday, 13 August as well.

Noise Singapore 2016 Festival Exhibition
13 August 2016 – 30 September 2016, 10.30am – 10.30pm
Price: Free
Capitol Piazza Outdoor Plaza & #01-23

Concerts On The Hill


The enigmatic Emily Hill opens its gates this coming Sunday to offer a night of lounging and a line up of fresh quarterly live music from critically acclaimed local and regional acts.

We’re pumped up for gigs from local soulful bassist and songstress bittymacbeth and her collaboration with producer Evan Low. Sharing the stage with this power dynamic duo would be Aussie-Cambodian band Cambodian Space Project with their untypical representation of 60’s Cambodian rock’n’roll and psychedelic tunes.

Concerts On The Hill
14 August 2016, Sunday
Price: $22 – $35
Tickets available at peatix.com

Films At The Fort


We can’t seem to put our finger on it, but there’s something romantic and idyllic about watching movies in an open-air setting. Film At The Fort invites us to picnic under the stars while they screen top notch movies for our entertainment. Films such as The Nice Guys starring Ryan Gosling (sign us up right now) and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, the award winning coming-of-age film, will be airing alongside other notable movies. Not to mention, The Providore will be dishing out burgers, pizzas and lobster rolls. We honestly can’t bear to look at the stale popcorn and soft drinks from our usual cinemas any further.

Films At The Fort
11 August 2016 – 21 August 2016
7am – 7pm
Pricing: $29.75 – $33.20
Tickets available at filmsatthefort.com.sg

Everything By My Side


As part of the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2016, globally celebrated Argentine artist and visionary Fernando Rubio brings us two plays Everything By My Side and Time Between Us, both of which are given a local twist for a gripping performance that will have us compelled towards new space and time perspectives.This artistic experimental piece is bound to shake you up with its stunning dream-like atmosphere.

Everything By My Side
12 August 2016 – 14 August 2016
12am – 2am
Pricing: $10
Tickets available at sifa.sg
National Gallery Singapore 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957

Up Picnic Concert


If you find that you can be one with the nature, you wouldn’t want to give this a miss. Dine and wine in the park as you are serenaded by a great acapella line-up and a mass sing along session. There’s really nothing better to do on a Saturday evening than light-hearted mingling and singing along in unison with strangers against a canopy of stars.

Up Picnic Concert
Saturday, 13 August 2016
5.20pm till late
Pricing: Free Admission
Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, 1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens