Late-Night Texting 2018
Late-Night Texting returns end-August with over 25 performances across 2 nights
Don’t miss the opportunity to partake in an interactive dating simulation
Hossan Leong
Hossan Leong on his final stand-up show and what lies ahead for him
Perhaps he’ll even direct next year’s NDP
Eat Duck
New play Eat Duck is a look at unfamiliar rites and rituals through a funeral
Based on the playwright's real-life experiences
Whispers by Light Society
Highlights to catch at Singapore Night Festival 2019, returning end-August
Including a 12-min wind therapy session that's simply a breeze to appreciate
This new play is a local, coming-of-age story by first-time playwright Jo Tan
The veteran actress will also be starring in it
LumiNation 2018
LumiNation 2019 in mid-August is a showcase of Singapore's lesser-known stories
Performances, exhibitions and film screenings await
The Substation
The Substation’s new programme is an exploration of our public spaces
Exhibitions, offbeat events and even a naming competition await
The Wright Stuff Festival is back with original plays by new playwrights
And a familiar face returns to restage her gripping work
Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery
Visit these new heritage galleries and get schooled again on local culture
Minus the boring history lesson
Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands ©
Celebrate the moon landing's 50th anniversary at Moongazers
Be eclipsed by film screenings, talks and workshops all about the moon
Permanent Resident
Filmmaker Nicole Midori Woodford on the female psyche and tackling issues through cinema
Catch her short film at New Waves: Through Her Eyes
Bazzi talks childhood inspirations, collabs and his upcoming show at The Star Theatre
Take some notes on confidence from the popstar himself
This Merciless World, 2014, Takashi Murakami, Acrylic on canvas mounted on aluminum frame, 1990 x 1530 x 50.8 mm ©2014 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
View new and iconic Takashi Murakami art pieces at his upcoming Singapore exhibition
Get to go crazy over Murakami merch too
Lim Tze Peng
99-year-old artist Lim Tze Peng still contributes to the local and global arts scene
His works are off to India next, for a solo exhibition
Vani Hidayatur Rahman
Catch award-winning Indonesian artist Vani’s latest works in Singapore
Paintings of iconic figures and thought-provoking pieces among others
Photo by Brinkhoff & Mögenburg
3 screenings to catch at the Esplanade’s National Theatre Live this July
Watch the world’s greatest plays at just $20 a pop
Singapore Repertory Theatre
Hit musical thriller Sweeney Todd to premiere in Singapore this November
Starring the singing voice of Disney princesses Lea Salonga
A Design Film Festival 2015
Yayoi Kusama’s feature film to kickstart this year’s A Design Film Festival
Even the tickets are polka dotted works of art
Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s-1990s
What not to miss at Awakenings, National Gallery’s new exhibition
Bring all your woke friends so they stay woke
Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s-1990s
This new National Gallery exhibition examines 30 years of art history in Asia
A collection of over 140 profound art pieces will set you thinking