5 things to do this weekend: 12 - 15 August
FILM | Films at the Fort
Here's a fun date night idea for you hard-to-please couples: Sprawling under the stars to a non-blockbuster movie. Choose from an array of Cannes- and Sundance-certified films in their lineup, or let us recommend you our favourites.
11-18 August, 5pm at Fort Canning Park. For more details, click here.
FOOD | Epicurean Market
Put on your fat pants and loosen up your belt to feast on dishes whipped up by top chefs. With two freshly Michelin-starred restaurants — Waku Ghin and CUT — joining the ranks of the prime eateries in town, head into the festival grounds with our game plan to savour only the worthiest of calories.
12-14 August, 12-10pm at Marina Bay Sands. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | HubbaBubbas EP Launch: Amy(gdala)
Feeling low this week? Fret not, the poppy and high-spirited tracks from homegrown trio HubbaBubbas' debut album, Amy(gdala), are sure to electrify you with their infectious energy. Allying up with fellow local musicians Tim De Cotta and Audrey Tengkey, expect a night filled with lush sounds.
12 August, 7.30pm at Aliwal Arts Centre. For more details, click here.
BOOKS | To You Out There Reading
Transporting you to the whimsical realm of reality is young artist Clarice Ng and her illustrated book, To You Out There. Find out how the book came into being and have a hand in a letter writing workshop, all in the company of Grin Affairs' warm cake jars.
13 August, 1pm at K+ Curatorial Space. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | Concerts on the Hill
Wind down on the historic grounds of Emily Hill with your loved ones as you indulge in the aural splendour of Space Project's trippy '60s Khmer soul to singer-songwriter Bittymacbeth's jazzy funk.
14 August, 5-10pm at kult kafé. For more details, click here.
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