5 things to do this weekend: 20 - 22 January
FILM | Singapore Palestinian Film Festival
The first-ever Singapore Palestinian Film Festival will showcase films which break stereotypes and shape perceptions of Palestine. The Projector brings to you five different films, including the highly-acclaimed Speed Sisters and Ave Maria.
19 to 22 January at the Projector. For more information, click here.
ART | Singapore Contemporary Art Show
Featuring 89 exhibitors from around the world, Singapore Contemporary is back for its second year with a new area dedicated to photography. The curated collection will feature galleries and artists from across Asia and other parts of the world.
20 to 22 January at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Bryan Adams: Get Up Tour
With for over 100 million records and singles sold worldwide, Canadian singer Bryan Adams is bringing his tour to Singapore. His rock anthems and ballads — including major hit (Everything I Do) I Do It For You — are sure to bring the audience to their feet.
20 January, 7-11 pm, at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information, click here.
PHOTOGRAPHY | Fantasy Islands
An exhibition which celebrates the relationship between Singapore and Batam, 'Fantasy Islands' features a mix of contemporary art, such as photography and multimedia from artists such as Stephanie Burt, Evelyn Pritt and Wu Jun Han.
Until 26 January, at Objectifs. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Kilo Lounge presents: Henry Saiz (Live Band)
Haven't had enough of the new Kilo Lounge at Tanjong Pagar yet? There's more. Head down for a taste of Spanish export Henry Saiz, whose music is a perfect balance between electronics, disco, house and techno.
21 January, 10 pm at Kilo Lounge. For more information, click here.
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