Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do after hours in Singapore this week.
|Monday, 22 February|
Part of the fifth edition of the Spanish Film Festival, La Vida tells the tale of a television reporter and her cameraman who stumbles upon a very long, horrifying, tormenting visual sight during the course of what started off as a routine interview.
Monday only, at the Arts House. Free with registration.
Jazz up your night with fresh new takes on familiar melodies as Mike Chiang, Jessica Lu, Mei Sheum and Tan Boon Gee injects old classics with new grooves by combining Chinese and Western instruments.
Until Tuesday, at the Esplanade. Free.
|Tuesday, 23 February|
This talk seeks to clear the air on what can be defined “conceptual art”, discussing the history of the genre, to claims that the form has been exhausted, to its current expanded usage
Tuesday only, at 8Q, SAM.
What begins as a simple affair takes a turn for the complicated in this twisted love triangle that reveals more surprises along the way. If you love your movies convoluted, don’t miss this.
Tuesday only, at the Alliance Francaise. Tickets at $7.20.
|Wednesday, 24 February|
Grab this opportunity to watch short films directed by the ten finalists from this prestigious digital filmmakers competition.
Until Thursday, at Sinema Old School. Tickets at $10.
What will a boy see if he lives in a world of stone cold darkness? “The Boy Who Sees with Stones” is a “collective musing” project that makes use of live music and sound, multimedia art and animation to evoke worlds of imagination.
Until Thursday, at the Esplanade. Tickets at $30.
|Thursday, 25 February|
Party the Latino way at a riverside venue replete with free flow booze, delicious tapas, lively performances, pyrotechnics, DJ Ian Blevin spinning sexy Ibiza house beats, luxury giveaways and more.
Thursday only, at Clarke Quay. Free.
ah5ive has been blazing up the local alternative rock scene with their soulful original tracks. Don’t miss this opportunity to catch them live.
Thursday only, at the Esplanade. Free.
|Friday, 26 February|
At least three different Indonesian films will be screened followed by a talkback session where award-winning and critically acclaimed Indonesian filmmakers will share their experiences and insights into the film industry.
Friday only, at the Substation. Tickets at $8 per screening.
Beat! is proud to present Mani, the very same bass legend who worked his magic for the Stone Roses and Primal Scream, both iconic music legends in our time. Come dressed in gold and gain free entry before 11pm.
Friday only, at Home Club.