5 things to do this weekend: 5 - 7 January
Your first weekend
PARTY | Herstory Gender Bender
Witnessing a series of unconventional drag personas might not be your typical Saturday night out but there's nothing more thrilling than to celebrate a new year with an audacious encounter. Join the rebellion and soak in this alternative atmosphere with groovy chart-toppers and sick beats by resident DJs Special K and Roy.
6 January, 9pm till late at Canvas Club.
MUSIC | Call Me By Your Name: Late Night with Ron & Shak
If Luca Guadagnino's 2017 romantic coming-of-age film Call Me By Your Name has left you longing for more, swing by the Intermission Bar where singer-songwriters Shak'thiya (Shak) and Ron share their own rendition of the movie's soundtrack, with inspiration from Sufjan Stevens.
6 January, 10.30pm till late at Intermission Bar - at The Projector.
PHOTOGRAPHY | 3DPRK by Matjaž Tančič
Trudge into the alleys of suburban Pyongyang through the lens of Slovenian photographer Matjaž Tančič as he bridges the gap between the unfamiliar and the world outside. Tančič adopts a 3D stereoscopic technique that requires each subject to stand motionless for minutes, while multiple photographs capture the requisite perspectives. Be sure to catch his landmark '3DPRK' series to get a glimpse into the intimate lives of North Koreans.
Until 7 January, 12-7pm at DECK.
THEATRE | Aravind SA's "I Was Not Ready Da" - Live in Singapore
'Expect the unexpected' has never been more apt for Aravind SA as he shares his genuinely accidental involvement as a standup comedian who fortuitously got on Amazon Prime. Join this Chennai comedian in his unanticipated, unforeseen and unpredicted overnight success in going viral.
7 January, 7pm at Nexus Auditorium.
MUSIC | Imagine Dragons Evolve World Tour Live in Singapore
Dive into an apocalyptic haven with Grammy Award-winning Imagine Dragon's past such as Radioactive and Demons and soar into a realm of self-reflection with tracks from third studio album, Evolve. Look out for lead singer Dan Reynolds' funky yet oddly sleek moves, too.
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