Five things to do this weekend: 12 — 14 February
The Valentine's weekend edition
POETRY | Speakeasy: Valentine's Edition
This Valentine's day special presents an impressive line up of readers including David Wong, Jennifer Champion, Lucas Ho and Verena Tay who'll be waxing lyrical on everything from Shakespeare to Snoop Dogg. Are your ears pricked yet?
12 February, 8pm at kyo. Get your tickets here.
PARTY | Singapore Island Culture Club — Birthday Boy Edition
Serendipity is the theme of the night as resident music talent Aldrin celebrates his birthday in conjunction with Valentine's Day with a night of dancing and drinking to nu disco, indie dance, deep house and bass.
12 February from 9pm till late at Singapore Island Culture Club. RSVP a spot here.
FILM | The Projector One-ish Birthday
The Projector gets festive with a screening of What We Do In The Shadows, a horror mockumentary filled with vampiric hijinks. Held at a cinema foyer transformed to resemble Transylvania, this fang-tastic shindig is one you and your other half will happily bite into.
13 - 14 February, from 4pm onwards at The Projector. Click here to book your tickets.
GIG | STARS — Live in Singapore on Valentine's Day
Symmetry Entertainment presents Canadian indie-pop sensation STARS, back by popular demand for a one night only performance on Valentine's Day. We're gunning for them to play our favourites Your Ex-Lover is Dead, Calendar Girl and Changes.
14 February, 8.30pm at the Victoria Theatre. Tickets are available here.
MUSIC | Valentine's Day 2016: A Bandstand music series
With live vocals from local artists The Lorong Boys, Afterhours and a special showcase from Ming Bridges as she debuts her new album; you're all set for a laid-back romantic night amongst the lush greens.
13 - 14 February, 6 - 10pm at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Click here for more information.
- Image: Symmetry Entertainment, Facebook | Speakeasy, Facebook | The Projector, Facebook | Ming Bridges
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