What’s wrong with our local dining scene?

The San Pellegrino announcements are on Mar 9, and no doubt there will be a few glitzy Singapore restaurants in there. But we think there are a few things still holding us back (and Mod Sin is just one of them). 

This Will Destroy You Live in Singapore

The last time they were here, the American post-rock band sold out two shows at Home Club. They’ll be back in June with their latest album, Another Language.

British Contemporary

See how British art has evolved from the 1990s until today—this exhibition will showcase a curated collection of artwork from the likes of renowned British artists such as Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, Turner Prize nominated sculptor David Mach, famed street art duo The London Police and pop minimalist Julian Opie.

Discord of Discourse

Written and directed by Khairul Kamsani, this new play explores language, signs, symbols, semiotics and how interacting with others forces us to change our beliefs.

Uto Ughi Live in Singapore

Known as one of Italy’s violin legends and also for being actively involved in classical music education, Uto Ughi will be performing in Singapore for one night only.

Sleepmakeswaves Live in Singapore

Hailing from Australia, instrumental rock band Sleepmakeswaves will be performing in Singapore for one night only. Expect to hear sonic tunes from their ARIA Award nominated new album, “Love of Cartography”. Supporting them will be up-and-coming local punk/emo/spoken word quintet False Plaintiff.