Atmosphere Bistro

A lazy seaside bistro with classic bites like pizzas, a weekend brunch and a full-fledged bar by night.

Chun Kwang Young: New Dreams

This solo exhibition showcases 15 new pieces by Korean-born artist Chun Kwang Young, part of his new series, Aggregation. He pieces together triangular polystyrene foam packages wrapped in mulberry paper, using a bold pinks, oranges, yellows, and blues.

Modern Fantasy

Six local artists were asked to use their imagination to turn Singapore’s myths and folklores into fantasy illustrations. These illustrations are being presented in this group exhibition, with the aim of encouraging the audience to look at societal issues with a different perspective.

Book Club: The Left Hand of Darkness

This bimonthly feminist book club led by the Singapore Committee for UN Women is discussing The Left Hand of Darkness by the prolific Ursula LeGuin, a science fiction novel about a diplomat who is sent to a planet where the people can choose and change their gender. Admission is free, RSVP at Peatix.

Speakeasy #19: Featuring Deborah Emmanuel

Join local actress, writer and musician Deborah Emmanuel for an engaging night of poetry. Her poetry has been heard at TEDx Singapore, The Singapore Writers Festival and the Queensland Poetry Festival in Brisbane.

ASICS City Relay

Don’t worry if you can’t tackle the full 42.195km marathon, this night marathon works as a relay format along with three other teammates. This new race concept means you’ll only have to run approximately 10.5km and compete with other teams of 4. There will also be entertainment, corporate hospitality, food and drinks. Register here.

Pink Martini

The 10-piece Oregon musical phenomenon are back after their first appearance at Mosaic Music Festival in 2010. They’ll be performing their signature blend of Latin, bossa nova and salsa classics like “Sympathique” and “Hang On Little Tomato”.

Swan Lake

Following their sold out shows in London and Paris, the acclaimed 55-member St. Petersburg Ballet makes a stop in Singapore for the first time ever to perform Tchaikovsky’s magnificent Swan Lake. Expect amazing sets and costumes on top of the dancers’ technical prowess.