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    TGIF!: Your weekend guide (27-29 May 2016)

    TGIF!: Your weekend guide (27-29 May 2016)

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    TGIF!: Your weekend guide (20 -22 May 2016)

    TGIF!: Your weekend guide (20 -22 May 2016)

    It's looking like this weekend is going to be a song-and-dance spectacular with plenty of musicals, plays and dance performances for you to check out
    May 2016

    The Gathering with Flying Lotus

    May 26, 2016
    S$88.00 - S$120.00

    This is huge!

    Hailing from LA where he runs the Brainfeeder label, producer / rapper Flying Lotus comes to Singapore for the first time. He makes futuristic, experimental hip-hop with blues and jazz infusions.

    On the back of five amazing studio albums, FlyLo will be performing hits from his latest album 'You’re Dead!’. 

    Flylo started out producing tracks for 'Adult Swim' and has since released five albums, five EPs, along with a mixtape as alter-ego Captain Murphy. He's toured the world and collaborated with the likes of Herbie Hancock, Kendrick Lamar, and Snoop Dogg. 

    He has performed live at major music festivals including Coachella, The Bonnaroo, Governors Ball Music Festival and Glastonbury with widespread critical acclaim. 

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    Kopitiam 㗝呸店

    May 26, 2016

    A traditional kopi tiam, rich in memories and heritage, is at risk of becoming irrelevant when faced with rapid changes in our society. How should the elderly owner of the kopi tiam and his grandson deal with these external changes and pressures, and negotiate their differing views?

    Adapted from Cultural Medallion recipient Kuo Pao Kun’s 1986 play,Kopitiam, this experiential and interactive theatre performance will take the audience to the world of traditional coffee shops, allowing them an inlet to this important aspect of Singaporean culture.

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    Twin Travellers

    May 26, 2016

    Immerse yourself in the elegant sounds of Chinese plucked string instruments as Singapore twin sisters Tan Su-Min and Tan Su-Hui showcase the versatility of the ruan (lute) and guzheng (zither) in an exquisite concert.

    Like travellers on a music journey, the duo will take you through a rich musical landscape of traditional and contemporary genres with their soulful interpretations of the ancient classic Impressions of the Plum Blossom, traditional Hakka tune Lotus on Water, and modern works Zhongruan Concerto No. 2 (1st Movement) by Liu Xing and Desert Trail by Wei Jun. They also perform their original composition Traveller as the concert finale.

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    Jun 2016

    Attagirl! Nights presents DJ Ghurl and Durio

    Jun 3, 2016

    Zouk parties to celebrate women, where various female DJs will take over the consoles for the night showcasing diverse and eclectic selections from the chest of electronic music. The party this night will feature talented ladies Jaydah and Prema hot off the local electronic music scene.


    Epic presents Knife Party

    Jun 10, 2016
    S$30.00 - S$35.00

    2012 saw the birth of dance duet Knife Party, having rocketed from an unknown entity, to one of the most renowned dance acts in the world with a barely a moment to catch their breath. The groups first EP ‘100% No Modern Talking’ racked up over half a million downloads and was backed up by their second EP ‘Rage Valley’ achieving top 10’s in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia iTunes charts and debut at #1 and #2 in both the Beatport and Trackitdown dubstep charts. The Knife Party movement is both a viral and a global one, and this will come as no surprise to anyone that has witnessed their performances or heard their music!

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    Zouk X Citi present Deniz Koyu

    Jun 18, 2016
    S$28.00 - S$33.00

    Since he first laid hands on piano keys at the tender age of five, Deniz Koyu has been a man obsessed with making music. A producer’s producer who spent his formative year immersed in the world of DJ and production hardware honing his DJ skills and editing his favourite tracks using nothing more than small tape recorders, sampling whatever he could lay his hands on, bursting into the global scene in 2011, Deniz’ obsession with music became a wellearned profession. Stay tuned, watch out and listen up.

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