Shop for pre-loved items at Pasar Glamour 2018, attend the 28th European Union Film Festival for some artsy films and check out pop illustrator Billy Ma’s artworks on Singapore
PARTY | GrooveTop Drink and party away with a view at this R&B rooftop party. Featuring local DJs Kenneth Francis and Krumbs, they will be spinning a mixture of genres from soul to funk. Affordable beers and cocktails will also be available alongside barbecue treats. If your alcohol limit knows no bounds, try out their drinking tournament for the top prize of a $500 Adidas voucher. Here's another excuse to drink in broad daylight.
SHOPPING | Pasar Glamour 2018 Hosted by local actresses Pam Oei, Janice Koh and Petrina Kow, this charity event is back for another year, selling pre-loved items from local celebrities and designers. With proceeds going to three charities — Daughters of Tomorrow, Arc Children's Centre and W!ld Rice's Gift of Theatre programme — expect some fashionable goodies from Anita Kapoor, Narelle Kheng and Ong Shunmugam among others.
BOOKS | Ponti by Sharlene Teo The highly raved about novel by London-based Singaporean author Sharlene Teo will finally be hitting our shores. Join Teo for a reading of her debut coming-of-age novel, Ponti, which also won the Deborah Rogers Writer's Award and will be translated into six languages.
FILM | 28th European Union Film Festival With films from 24 European countries making an appearance during the festival, treat your inner movie connoisseur with genres ranging from comedies to thrillers. Catch films such as Malta's Love To Paradise about a difficult courtship between an American tourist and a Maltese artist, and Bulgaria's Monkey, about two step-sisters learning how to cope with their comatose father.
EXHIBITION | Merci Marcel x Billy Ma Art Exhibition See a different side to Singapore and other countries through the eyes of Taiwanese artist Billy Ma in this exhibition. Known for his striking pop art illustrations, his Sexy Sin City Series features three tongue-in-cheek artworks (keep a lookout for Tiong Bahru and Haji Lane) about Singapore's struggle to cultivate creativity. Ma's illustrations will also be on sale.