5 things to do this weekend: 3 - 5 March
MUSIC | Eatmepoptart presents: LoveLive feat Disco Hue, Subsonic Eye
Eatmepoptart's new monthly music series, LoveLive, debuts with local bands Disco Hue and Subsonic Eye. Montreux Jazz Café is their new home for dream and electro pop sounds that are supported by DJs weelikeme and KiDG.
4 March from 10pm at Pan Pacific Orchard, 10 Claymore Road. For more information, click here.
DESIGN | Singapore Design Week 2017
Singapore's yearly design affair returns with these highlights: WY-TO's open house with talks on using architectural design for humanitarian aid; a Design, Make and Craft Fair produced by Supermama and Clara Yee as well as 9 Lives Design Show 2017, where furniture design for cats take centre stage.
Till 12 March. For more information, click here.
THEATRE | The Pillowman
Pangdemonium re-stages The Pillowman, a dark comedy by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh. Re-think your childhood in this thought-provoking Tony and Olivier Award-winning play that stars original cast members Daniel Jenkins, Shane Mardjuki and Adrian Pang.
Till 12 March at the Victoria Theatre. Book tickets through Sistic here.
ART & MUSIC | i Light Marina Bay
Can't see the Aurora Borealis in Norway just yet? The closest thing is making its way to i Light Marina Bay through a collaboration with a light art festival in The Netherlands. You'll also get to see 'Ocean Pavilion', an installation made out of 20,000 recycled plastic bottles collected by some of Singapore's educational institutions. Love Jasmine Sokko, Ffion and Perk Pietrek? Gastrobeats is a mini-music festival that houses some of Singapore's new acts.
Till 26 March, 7.30pm to 11pm at Marina Bay. For more information, click here.
ART | 'Entanglement' by Leng Soh
Matters of the heart are as fragile as porcelain, which art director and ceramic artist Leng Soh has played with in her first solo exhibition. Curated by Kinetic Singapore and hosted by Scotts Square, 'Entanglement' is a collection of works that portrays a heart in conflict, shown in a web of blue and red strings that embody arteries and veins.
Till 16 April at Scotts Square, #03-11. For more information, click here.
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