From Pangdemonium’s latest production to a French whisky tasting, here’s how you can spend your weekend.
Fri, May 13
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.
Presented by Frontier Danceland as they celebrate their 25th anniversary, Sides 2016 presents three fascinating original works.
Sat, May 14
Photo by Ria Tan/www.wildsingapore.com
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.
Sunshine Nation’s Electro Ball 2016—Shanghai Swing will have a 1920s theme, with electro-swing music, remixed Chinese melodies, dancers and photo booths at the Gatsby-chic The Black Swan.
Becca D’Bus – Photo by Marla Bendini
The city’s only drag revue Riot! has a new home at Clarke Quay, and Becca and her girls will be back there this month with more blush-inducing humor, surreal costumes and foot-tapping lip syncing numbers.
Experience free flow brunch MEATliquor SIN style at EATs, BEATs & TREATs.
Shop for fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items at the Farmers’ Market at Loewen Gardens.
Head to Tin Hill Social to discover your new favorite pink wine at Rosé Revolution Singapore 2016.
Join the Pop Up Yoga community at their event at the VivoCity Rooftop.
Contemporary art enclave Gillman Barracks hosts the latest edition of its Art Day Out! open house in conjunction with Singapore HeritageFest.
The European Union Film Festival is back for its 26th edition with a program of 30 films from 30 countries across Europe. Highlights include the Dutch epic Admiral, award-winning Ukrainian silent film The Tribe and Latvian documentary Ruch and Norie. On until May 22.
Sun, May 15
Spoken word poet Deborah Emmanuel spent six months without trial at a Singapore correctional facility (and six months at a halfway house) for drug offences when she was 19. Check out the launch of her memoir, Rebel Rites.
London’s Silent Disco is here for two nights, with its light-studded noise-cancelling headphones and three DJs spinning rock, disco and house while you sway in silence. The one at Kult Kafe (May 14) is sold out, but there’s an additional party at CATO.
Siti Khalijah Zainal & Judee Tan star in Meenah and Cheenah, series of sketches that celebrate unlikely friendships and uniquely Singaporean quirks. On until May 22.
Join Singapore’s newest improv team Picard for a night of unscripted comedy.
Get to know French whisky at this tasting hosted by La Maison du Whisky.
Drink good beer for a good cause at the Singapore Homebrew Charity Cup.
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.