5 things to do this weekend: 2 - 4 September
ART | Exhibition Opening: O Dear What Can The Matter Be by Stephanie Burt
Try out this thrilling escape to a different dimension (no, it's not the Upside Down): Artist Stephanie Burt's arty party. Her curious installations merge unconventional materials into a story that spatially unfolds.
2 September, 6-9pm at Yeo Workshop. For more information, click here.
FILM | Cineda:ns
Get jiggly on the edge of your old school cinema chairs this weekend as the immediacy of dance meets the intimacy of film in Cineda:ns. Serving up-close documentaries on significant dance artists, from German Kral's Our Last Tango to Tomer Heymann's MR GAGA, watch this teaser for a peek.
2-4 September, 7.30pm at The Projector. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Mosaic Music Weekend
The ocean is a natural tranquilliser. Unwind with The Wild Sea: A Double Bill with Lisa Hannigan and Patrick Wolf for a soothing aquatic purr or homegrown one-man band LEW for calming acoustics by the bay.
2-4 September at Esplanade. For more information, click here.
PARTY | Escape 56
DJ Zich Zach's pumping underground rave will open with a series of local film screenings before kicking off into their line-up of city favourites: Veterans Brendon P (CÉ LA VI) and KCF (The Lo & Behold Group); hot-right-now champs Haan (CATO) and Maurice Simon (this year's Ultra Music Festival and ZoukOut); and Berlin-based techno doyenne Debbie Chia.
2 September, 7pm-3am at Aliwal Arts Centre. For more information, click here.
PARTY | Cherry Discotheque Grand Opening
Singapore's new pretty young thing is ready to blare great beats from G-Dragon's — yes, that G-Dragon — frequent collaborator Choice37 and Singapore's table-turner Drem under the neon glow of cherries and a cheeky line from 1999's Eyes Wide Shut (see below).
2-3 September, 10pm at Cherry Discotheque. For more information, click here.
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