One of Singapore’s biggest music festivals returns, but f that’s not on the agenda, check out these other exciting things to do after hours during the week of August 2 to 6.
Yes it’s a little pricey, but when else can you get such a spectacular and diverse lineup of artists rocking your world this side of town? The star-studded list includes American superstars Katy Perry, Kanye West, South Korean sweethearts Wonder Girls and for the more heavy-rock inclined, Hail the Villain and 30 Seconds to Mars, among others. Don’t miss it if you can.
Read our preview guide to SINGfest here.
Tuesday August 2 to Thursday only, at Fort Canning Park. Tickets at $175 per day (standard).
Be careful what you wish for, as one swinging bachelor is about to find out the hard way. Three beautiful air stewardesses vie for the affections of Adrian Pang, each in turn blissfully unaware of each other’s existence. How long can protagonist Bernard keep up his demanding schedule? Find out for yourself!
In addition, get 10 percent off your Boeing Boeing tickets by simply saying the password “inSingBoeing” when purchasing your tickets at any SISTIC Authorised Agents or via the SISTIC hotline.
Until September 4, at the Drama Centre Theatre. Tickets from $44 to $69.
Hailstones comprises of six screening sessions of your favorite Toy Factory classics as well as talks by prominent actors and designers such as Beatrice Chia-Richmond, Nelson Chia and Goh Boon Teck. Kicking off the TOY 20 Anniversary Celebration – a Theatre Festival, audiences can expect to revisit familiar performances such as Spirits, Titoudao, Big Fool Lee, Sleepless Town and more.
From Wednesday August 4 to Saturday August 7 only, at the Esplanade Recital Studio. Tickets at $15.
Participants from all walks share their lives through photographs taken in the last 24 hours of 2009, in an attempt to showcase how rapidly Singapore has been evolving in recent years. Driven entirely by passionate volunteers, this project serves to raise awareness and concern for our society through the world seen through the participants’ eyes.
Until August 10, at The Substation Gallery. Free.
Part of a series of quarterly baroque concerts spanning the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, get a crash course on Baroque music spanning Spanish Baroque, German sacred music and English dancing songs dating back to the 17th century. A fascinating lesson in music history, not to be missed.
Thursday August 5 only, at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Tickets from $48 to $118.