Get the party started with Zouk’s reopening, watch an Eric Khoo classic and shop for last-minute Christmas gifts at the Hive
SHOP | CHRISTMAS MARKET Explored the whole of Orchard Road but still can’t decide on a Christmas gift? The Hive will be hosting a Christmas market with vendors like Poptsie Paper Co., SatsumaOrange and home décor Charly to save you from your woes.
16 December, 6-10pm at The Hive. For more information, click here.
FILM | 12 Storeys Directed by award-winning local filmmaker Eric Khoo, 12 Storeys compresses a 24-hour timeline of what takes place in a residential HDB block. Focusing on three storylines – Ah Gu, a middle-aged man with a younger wife from China who struggles to cope with her high expectations; a suicidal San San who lives alone and Meng, an older brother who takes an opportunity to overrule his rebellious younger sister and little brother when their parents are away.
16 December, 7.30-10pm at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore. For more information, click here.
SHOP | Naiise Camp Christmas Back with its Christmas pop-up store, get your camping outfit ready and participate in their scout's trail to score limited edition patches for yourself. If you're not dropping some dollars for their wares, you can dine on grub from Three Wisemen, Avo Avo Shake, and The Wicked Cream Co.
16-18 December, 9pm onwards at 66 Kampong Bugis. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Kilo's Back: Re:fuge with Maurice Simon & Robo x Kilo Lounge is finally back, getting things going with Re:fuge, a bi-monthly party with house and techno music. This week sees resident DJ Maurice Simon and Robo x in charge.
17 December, 10pm-4am at Kilo Lounge. For more information, click here.
PARTY | Zouk Moving out of Jiak Kim Street after 25 years only to make way for its new home at Clarke Quay, you can now release your inner party animal without having to worry about the residents in the area.
17 December, 9pm onwards at Zouk. For more information, click here.
Image: Facebook | NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Charly, Maurice Simon, Zouk