Top 10 Things to Do in Singapore this July

Support local at this year’s IGNITE! Music Festival, featuring bands like Cesspit, The Pinholes, Tiramisu and Youthwreck. July 6
Sentosa’s Jazz by the Beach is back with acts like Ireson, bossanova group Sparkle and local band ChromaZone (featuring Richard Jackson). July 6, 13, 20, 27
We’ve only heard positive reviews so far over social media about Dream Academy’s latest production Happy Ever Laughter starring Gurmit Singh, Kumar, Michelle Chong and YouTube duo Munah and Hirzi—go check it out. July 7-8
Having issues with buying property in Singapore? You’re not alone, as award-winning scriptwriter Jean Tay explores in her play, BOOM. July 6-8
One of today’s most talked about artists Damien Hirst experiments in Yayoi Kusama’s blinding world of polka dots in the exhibition Spots & Dots at Palais Renaissance. Opens July 7
If you’re looking to really impress friends at the dinner table, go for ToTT’s Science & Cooking class, where you’ll learn cool tricks like how to make eggless custard and dry sorbet. July 7
If you’ve been enjoying the onslaught of Broadway musicals that’s been coming in, there’s no reason not to catch Annie—the one with classics like “It’s the Hard Knock Life” and “Tomorrow”. Opens July 10
There’s no time like the ’90s, and Loof says it best at their first Loofapalooza night, with DJ Uncle Johnny spinning tracks from the pioneers of alternative music. July 19
Ballet Under the Stars is back at Fort Canning Park with both classical and contemporary performances, including the world premiere of Organ Concerto by renowned Dutch choreographer Nils Christe. July 20-22
A must-watch: the star-studded La Cage Aux Folles directed by Glen Goei, about a gay couple who run a night club. July 20-30

More events in Singapore, July 2012