Sundown party at CÉ LA VI, Kelly Limerick's world of yarn and Read To Teleport's futuristic-themed book party are all happening this weekend
THEATRE | Hayat Hayat, the Arabic word for life, is a genuine request to grasp our ancient groundings in an immensely metropolitan universe. Part of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2018, mother-daughter duo Ajuntha Anwari and Sharda Harrison lift us into a realm of politics surrounding the female body, which are also considered to be the elephant in the room.
MUSIC | Chump Disco #004 Stirring up the melting pot of '80s boogie, Balearic house and rare grooves, the musical turntable gem Matty Wainwright is back in Singapore with his foot-tapping numbers. Having previously held residencies at renowned resorts in Maldives, Abu-Dhabi and Bali, you wouldn't want to miss his tailor-made eclectic selections.
19 January, 9pm till 1am at Butcher Boy.
ART | Portal of Patterns by Kllylmrck Treat your eyes to a harmonious blend of Asian-inspired colours and patterns with Singapore artist Kelly Limerick's play on colour contrast and geometric shapes. With a flair for all things yarn, crochet and knitting, Kelly brings out a one-of-a-kind abstract art with a tinge of kimo-kawaii (creepy-cute) in every piece.
Till 29 January at Asian Civilisations Museum Lobby.
PARTY | Noon to Moon - Electro Daytime Open-Air Who says the party can't start when the sun's still up? Sunshine Nation's golden hour party is set to hit the right note with partygoers once again. Soak in the spectacular skyline with an array of groovy house tunes by German DJ Alle Farben on Singapore's most iconic rooftop club.
BOOKS | Read To Teleport Returns! Dive into the depository of science fiction film and literature at Read To Teleport's second pop up. Grab a cupcake or two on the house and witness talented young writers' thoughts translate into poetry and prose.