Five things to do this weekend: 13 - 15 May
Savour the weekend
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 here.
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.
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.
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.
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.
15 May from 6 to 11pm at kult kafé. More details here.
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