August 25, 2016

Anatomy Of Performance


Tan Ngiap Heng paints us a picture of what goes on behind the scenes of a full dance or theatre production through the stunning visuals of his photography. You’ll be able to relate to the painstakingly demanding world of entertainment, as well as be moved by the beauty and grace of this honest photography exhibition.

Date: 23 – 31 August 2016
Time: 10.30am – 8pm
Venue: The Arts House
Admission: Free
More information at theartshouse.sg

Park Bench Deli Goes Japanese


For an exclusive one-day only party, Park Bench Deli goes Japanese with a delectable menu this coming Saturday. You’ll want to pamper yourself with a refreshing cup of Koen no Benchi, a yuzu golden ale brewed by Hitachino Nest Beer and the “Chirashi” Tataki which is a fish specially finished with Sansho Spice Rub and Nagano Prefecture Bird’s Eye Chilli Mayo. Park Bench Deli sure knows how to tickle our tastebuds.

Date: 27 August 2016
Time: 2pm – 10pm
Venue: Park Bench Deli, 179 Telok Ayer Street.
Admission: Free
More information at facebook.com

Noise Music Festival 2016


It’s that time of the year again! This year’s Noise Music Festival is the perfect time to check our a mix of old and new songs by Noise musicians as the festival brings back some notable alumni. Featuring known acts such as Stopgap, Take Two and enec.e, we can’t think of a better time to discover and support local music talent than during our nation’s birthday month. But that’s not all: Noise will also be presenting three emerging Australian acts to share the stage with some of our best to bring you an international music experience.

Date: 26 – 28 August 2016
Time: 10.30am – 10.30pm
Venue: Esplanade Outdoor Theatre and Concourse
Admission: Free
More information at noisesingapore.com

Liminal State


We all know what it feels like to be caught in the in-between, that state of progress, wandering through the frightening uncertainty of what’s to come. Watch as the thoughts you can’t even begin to fathom come to life; in the form of soulful art pieces by five emerging local contemporary artists. Get privy to the artists’ personal psyches and individual creativity in this exhibition, with artworks meant to portray what it means to live in Singapore today. Centering on social issues, human behaviour and existentialism, you’ll definitely find them to be something meaningful and even relatable.

Date: 30 July – 31 August 2016
Time: 11am – 7pm, Tues – Sat; 11am – 6pm, Sun
Venue: Mizuma Gallery
Admission: Free
More information at mizumagallery.sg