Zones include: infected HDB, cursed kampong and a trail littered with aliens
And this one seems to have an NYC pedigree.
The first weekend in October kicks off with a party at SAM's courtyard, an escape room puzzle and a snorkeling excursion.
Victoria Cattoni is holding an exhibition of her work, which was produced in SIngapore, Tasmania and Portugal. Although her work comes in the forms of video, installation and performance art, she is showcasing her recent paintings in this exhibition. They explore abstract concepts like love, loss, color and beauty. Opening Reception : Wednesday 21st October 2015, […]
This exhibit showcases 3D sculptures that were made using fishing nets. It features 16 different artists from the Erub Erwer Meta Arts Centre, showing over 40 works. It aims to educate viewers on the impact that fishing net debris has on the residents of Australia.
The Bang Bang Pyjama Party is probably the only event this month that will let you come in your sexy PJs.
Cozy up with English and Mandarin-language singer Ariane Deborah at The Company of Cats.
The Projector’s Freaky Friday screening this week will be A Nightmare on Elm Street at midnight. Spooky. Donations are welcome.
The French crepe bistro brings upbeat gypsy jazz band The Gypsyfication for a night of wine and French-inspired jazz music. Entrance is free, so park yourself with a glass of wine that starts at $7/glass and $35/bottle.
Kathak, one of the major classical Indian dances, is a dance designed to tell stories. Led by Bhupali Kulkarni, this dance showcases the different aspects of traditional Kathak performances alongside the tunes of a live tabla, flute, harmonium and vocals.