Five things to do this weekend: 13 - 15 May

Savour the weekend

Five things to do this weekend: 13 - 15 May
Tickle your senses, mind and soul this weekend with hearty meals, good vibrations and cultural point-of-views

FOOD & DRINK | Savour Gourmet

Back for the fifth time, immerse in this culinary adventure of over 30 dishes prepared by Singapore's emerging culinary talents — more highlights suggested by our Lifestyle Editor, Denise Kok,
here. And yes, admission is free of charge now.

12 to 15 May at Savour. More details

MUSIC | Dead Disco

Celebrate the launch of electronic-pop act Disco Hue's EP titled
Arcade with a night of electronic hooks, infectious melodies and groovy bass lines that will get you hooked in an instant.

Credit: Facebook | Disco Hue

13 May from 7 to 10pm at Aliwal Arts Centre. More details here.

PARTY | Silent Disco Asia

Dance like nobody's listening. At Silent Disco Asia, you choose your playlist on the wireless headset and dictate what you'd like to dance to. Shimmy to a choice of rock zingers, disco grooves or house melodies spun by three DJs at the launch party of Silent Disco Asia.

Credit: Facebook | Silent Disco Asia

14 May, 8pm to 2am at kult kafé and 15 May, 7pm to 12am at CATO. More details here.

ARTS | Art Day Out! x SG Heritage Fest

Perfect for a family day out, event highlights include the screening of Eastward Bound and
The Third Script-inspired creative writing workshop. Plus, you get to groove it up (with a tasty satay skewer in hand) with good vibrations spun by various DJs.

Eastward Bound

14 May from 2 to 8pm at Gillman Barracks. More details here.

BOOKS | Rebel Rites by Deborah Emmanuel Book Launch

Debuting her first creative non-fiction novel, Deborah Emmanuel writes about her account of the year she was held in the Singapore Prison System without trial. We've watched her reading — which is more of a beautiful performance that speaks and seeps into your soul — at the Buro pop-up store and we can guarantee this shouldn't be missed.

Credit: Victoria Siew Pei Ling

15 May from 6 to 11pm at kult kafé. More details

Text: Bianca Husodo

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