What’s On This Weekend: 17 to 19 May 2019
Enjoy a well-deserved break from the daily grind this long weekend with a dose of arts and culture. We round up our pick of fun events; read and be inspired.
A Doll’s House
Photo: School of the Arts
Gain a fresh perspective of the classic play, A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen, in this production by four graduating School of the Arts theatre students as they imbue the work with their own interpretation. Details here.
Death And The Maiden
Photo: Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Lose yourself in the deep emotions of Schubert’s famous string quartet, inspired by his final years, and the iconic works of prominent Czech composer Dvořák. Details here.
International Museum Day At The National Museum
Photo: National Museum of Singapore
Don’t take our word for it – visit the National Museum of Singapore to experience first-hand how much fun museums and heritage can be. Join a scavenger hunt in the museum’s galleries, enjoy live music performances on-site, pop by craft stations to make and take home keepsakes, or attend a talk to peek into the exciting future of museums. Details here.
No More Free Space?
Photo: Singapore University of Technology and Design
This exhibition, which premiered at the prestigious International Architecture Exhibition at Venice last year, marks its homecoming with a show at the National Design Centre. Don’t miss the immersive, multi-sensory installation that is the centrepiece of the show, which comprises handcrafted acrylic knots suspended in space. The presentation seeks to engage the public on how Singapore’s physical constraints can be turned on its head and seen as possibilities for creativity. Details here.
TGIF Music Station
Photo: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Let your hair down with familiar Mandopop tunes this Friday, over lunch or in the evening, with Project Superstar alumni See Kai Zheng, Ang Junyang and Kelvin Tan. Details here.
European Union Film Festival 2019
Photo: European Union Delegation to Singapore
Treat yourself to the best of contemporary European cinema and the diversity of perspectives, histories and cultures across the region at this film festival. The festival will also feature short films by young Singapore film-makers. Details here