Homegrown house hero DJ Aldrin throws his flagship night Singapore Island Culture Club this Friday at Kyo. It’s also his birthday, so head down and buy the jock a drink or two.
Polish tech-house duo Catz 'N Dogz bring their brand of electronic music to Velvet Underground this Friday.
The annual festival of Chinese theatre, music and dance returns this week with more offerings including concerts from the likes of Hello Nico, Gong Linna and Sonic Traveler; a drum-theatre performance from acclaimed Taiwanese drumming performance group U-Theatre; and dance performance by Taiwanese choreographer Huang Yi and his robot companion KUKA.
Korean quartet CNBLUE is back in Singapore for their ‘Come Together’ tour in support of their new album of the same name. Their new sound with hit singles like ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Catch Me’ flits between electro-pop and alternative rock.
It’s your last chance to head down to the ArtScience Museum to catchCollider, an exhibition that takes you behind the scenes of the biggest scientific experiment in the world. Blending science and theatre, the award-winning exhibition will bring visitors on a journey of scientific discovery via a tunnel-like design that replicates the European Organisation for Nuclear Research's (CERN) underground facility.
'What Remains', Sarker Protick
Celebrating powerful, moving and sometimes disturbing photojournalism, the annual World Press Photo competition draws entries from all over the world. The exhibition of 140 winning and shortlisted shots is shown here at the National Museum of Singapore.
'Earth Work' by Tang Da Wu
Discover the work of some of Southeast Asia’s seminal artists like Tang Da Wu, Johnny Manahan, Tan Teng-Kee and Redza Piyadasa at the National Gallery’s new exhibition ‘A Fact Has No Appearance’.
It’s Valentine’s Day this Sunday and what better way to spend it than chilling out at the beach! Head down to Tanjong Beach Club for its V-Day special where you can play flirty games like giant twister. Music comes courtesy of Djs Tyler Made and Shawn Livewire.
Photo: Zaki Jufri
There are no corn dogs or boardwalks here, but Singapore’s very own Coney Island is all about nature. The island, off Punggol Waterway, is now opened to the public and nature lovers can visit the island park to do a spot of bird-watching, cycling or try to spot the now-famous Coney Island bull.
Check out our events calendar for many more ongoing events and series around our bustling little island!