From a massive wine tasting to a musical adaptation of Emily of Emerald Hill, here’s how you can spend the next five days.
Mon, May 16
Join Mike Kriak, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Mashable for Fireside Chat with Mashable: The Next Generation Content Creation Process.
Pangdemonium presents the Asian premiere of Falling, the story of two parents doing their best to raise two teenage children, one of whom has severe autism. Stars Tan Kheng Hua, Adrian Pang, Andrew Marko, Neo Swee Lin and Fiona Lim. On until Jun 5.
Tue, May 17
Organized by Italian food and wine magazine Gambero Rosso, the Top Italian Wines Roadshow features more than 300 different wines from 60 big-deal Italian wineries.
BooksActually presents An Evening With Tash Aw, author of the acclaimed novels The Harmony Silk Factory, Map of the Invisible World and Five Star Billionaire.
Yellowcard’s Ryan Key spins a set for the second edition of Emo Night SG.
Wed, May 18
Thu, May 19
The Singapore Committee for UN Women hosts a screening of the Academy Award-winning short film A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness.
Fri, May 20
Esplanade’s first ever Super Japan festival continues. Highlights include the return of instrumental band Mouse on the Keys (May 20) and Meguri: Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land (May 20-21) and many other food, art and performance events—both free and ticketed. On until May 22.
Just over three decades after its debut, Emily of Emerald Hill gets a makeover as a musical. On until May 22.
Make the trek up Emily Hill for the launch of Kult Magazine‘s 18th issue – Observation.
This year’s Pulau Ubin Day is actually going to last five weeks. Pesta Ubin will include walks, cycling and kayaking expeditions, exhibitions, talks, demonstrations and opportunities to experience kampong life. On until Jun 12.
Pop-up gallery Overtime returns to CATO for its third edition with the theme “Labour”. Curated by Popspoken’s Cally Cheung.
Head to the Singapore Tyler Print Institute for the opening night of Indonesian artist Heri Dono’s new exhibition Zaman Edan (The Age of Craziness).
Olympian sailor turned artist Charles Lim, whose work was at the Venice Biennale last year, brings his photographic show SEA STATE, exploring Singapore’s geopolitical and psychological relationship with the sea, to the CCA. On until July 10.
Another year, another edition of Singapore Repertory Theatre’s beloved Shakespeare in the Park. This time, they’ll be doing Romeo and Juliet. Oh, and it’s the last one for the foreseeable future, so don’t miss it. On until May 22.