Dance, shop or view, there are plenty of fun things to do for free during the period of June 26 to July 2.
Bored of the usual generic showings in cinemas? Snuggle down to a night of local classics like Eating Air and Unarmed Combat, and enjoy unlimited popcorn. The best part? It’s all free.
Friday June 25 and Saturday June 26 only, at China Square Central.
Shimmy down to Clarke Quay this Thursday for a sizzling night of salsa. Spice up your night with live Latin music, Salsa dancers and of course you’re more than welcome to join in the fun if your feet start tapping.
Thursday June 24 only, at Clarke Quay. Free.
The late Cheong Soo Pieng’s first exhibition in 19 years, this collaboration between NUS Museum and The National Gallery aims to emphasise aspects of Cheong’s practice, his works, as well as his influence on later generations of artists.
Until July 31, at the NUS Museum. Free.
Home-proud owners would be thrilled with this one-stop shop for them to experience and discover the latest in home décor, furnishing products and much more. That dream home suddenly doesn’t seem so out of reach anymore.
Until July 4 only, at the Singapore Expo. Free.
This romantic performance told entirely through letters by established writers and poets, who have been busy writing letters – to you. Come down to uncover heart-wrenching, soul-baring revelations within the snug confines of this beloved building. These letters are printed in the form of a postcard and are available only at The Substation in a limited quantity starting from July 2010.
Until June 30, at the Substation. Free.
End the Singapore River Festival with a big, festive bang at this party by the river featuring homegrown labels FürrMUSE and Salford Lads, who will be displaying their menswear collections. Come dressed in your most stylish party outfit and stand a chance to be voted as most Stylish Male & Female and win exclusive prizes! www.clarkequay.com.sg/ladolcevita
Friday July 2 only, at Clarke Quay. Free.
Discover the beauty and history behind some of Singapore’s most iconic national monuments through this exhibition. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the people, communities and architecture that shaped the early days of our nation.
Until July 4, at the National Library. Free.