In celebrating our love for sneakers this month, we are directing the spotlight on some of our favourites – old and new – and pay tribute to how ...On May 23, 2015 / By Gracie
What it is: The perpetually crowded weekend brunch spot Open Door Policy, better known as ‘ODP’, ups the ante with a spanking new weekend brunch menu by Head ...On May 22, 2015 / By Mandy Lynn
BLUEPRINT Tradeshow and Emporium 2015 saw a tighter curation of showcasing labels – both emerging and established – from countries such as countries Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, ...On May 18, 2015 / By Gracie
When it comes to running, ASICS means business. Its newly opened running specialty store at Suntec City Mall boasts the proprietary ASICS FOOT ID System amidst an extensive ...On May 14, 2015 / By Nookmag
When The Mountains Called is a photography exhibition that presents 28 narratives of the various aspects of Kathmandu and its people. Jointly organised by Kathmandu INSIDE:OUT (KIO) and ...On May 13, 2015 / By Gracie
Tools of The Trade (ToTT), Asia’s largest kitchen wonderland, will be presenting Easter cooking classes, including Easter Brunch, Easter Cake and Easter Roman Italian Recipes this April.
April 2 (Thursday) 10:00 - May 5 (Tuesday) 18:00
Tools of The Trade
896 Dunearn Road #01-01A
Experience the most compelling cinematic work from the region this April, as the Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 returns for its fifth year. The Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 will be held at [...]
Experience the most compelling cinematic work from the region this April, as the Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 returns for its fifth year. The Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 will be held at the Moving Image Gallery, Singapore Art Museum at 8Q SAM (8 Queen Street Singapore 188535). It will run from 10 April 2015 – 3 May 2015. Tickets are SGD10 for each film screening, and are available from SISTIC.
April 10 (Friday) 10:00 - May 3 (Sunday) 10:00
Moving Image Gallery, Singapore Art Museum at 8Q SAM
8 Queen Street Singapore 188535
April 24 (Friday) 11:00 - May 19 (Tuesday) 22:00
This May, DREAM will be turning its showroom and car park space into a bazaar of belt-bursting treats, live music, “rush-hour” games and activities. In collaboration with more than 30 of [...]
This May, DREAM will be turning its showroom and car park space into a bazaar of belt-bursting treats, live music, “rush-hour” games and activities. In collaboration with more than 30 of Singapore’s most creative lifestyle and design mavericks, the DREAM Rush & Crush Tent Sale will offer everyone a weekend of scrumptious delights, booze, merriment, and good company.
Partners include F&B innovators such as Bazuka Yakibuta, Preparazzi, Meat Saucery, Bird Bird by Artichoke, Satay Boy, The Papa Shop, Momolato, Cocoloco, Spinacas, Fish Sh-nack, and more. The retail contingency comprises of Magpie Magazines, Gnome & Bow, Flea & Trees, Fictive Fingers, Cavalier, The Weekend Warrior, Shiok SG, Typesettingsg, and a host of other established local taste-makers who will offer visitors a wide selection of stylish and noteworthy collectibles.
Renowned design mavens such as the likes of PHUNK, Eeshaun from Gardensilly, Lydia Yang from Oak & Bindi, Teresa Lim from Teeteeheehee, and Melvin Ong from Desinere, will present some of their illustrations and products at the event.
In addition to a myriad of gastronomical pleasures and retail therapy options, visitors will also enjoy savings on DREAM’S designer furniture and accessories at heavily-marked down prices.
9 (Saturday) 11:00 - 10 (Sunday) 19:00
456 River Valley Road
Delve into the inner lives of mamasans, gangsters and civil servants living, dying and working in Geylang in W!LD RICE's latest play that runs from 13 to 17 May 2015. [...]
Delve into the inner lives of mamasans, gangsters and civil servants living, dying and working in Geylang in W!LD RICE’s latest play that runs from 13 to 17 May 2015. Bearing the name of Singapore’s most colourful district, the play presents six original stories that explores and challenges pre-conceptions about Geylang.
Geylang is the result of a month-long improvisation workshop geared at challenging the members of young & W!LD to test their own limits as theatre-makers. The ensemble were encouraged to push boundaries and question taboos in their stories and improvisations, as well as to go beyond common stereotypes and misconceptions in crafting their narratives. Get your tickets here.
13 (Wednesday) 15:00 - 17 (Sunday) 22:00
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