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Thu 31 Jul
Price: from $75.00 to $100.00
The iconic shoegaze act perform here for their only South- East Asian headline gig, reuniting the original quartet line-up from 1989 to play hits...
2 Orchard Link (6735 4144)
Sat 02 Aug
The fifth installment of Baby's Day Out invites parents and their toddlers to celebrate with them their baby's first National Day. Activities for...
11 Marina Blvd (6329 3535)
Sat 02 Aug
Local theatre practitioner Dwayne Tan gives the original Grimm’s fairy tale an eco-slant, with the titular characters meeting a bunch of forest...
28 Aliwal Street
Sat 02 Aug
Music website and gig finder Bandwagon presents The Music Market 2014, a bonanza of music, art, shopping and food spread across two floors in a...
8 Sentosa Gateway (6795 7454)
02 Jun-31 Jul
In conjunction with the upcoming release of Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction , The Cathay will be displaying two three-metre tall...
2 Handy Road (6235 1155)
Price: from $12.00 to $18.00
This top-notch attraction contains 8,000 birds from 600 species. There’s a multitude of exotic and endangered South-East Asian species,...
2 Jurong Hill (6265 0022)
Set in the leafy environs of Dempsey, this colonial bungalow offers a range of restaurants, Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria and Beets Modern...
22 Dempsey Road
Just around the corner from Singapore Art Museum, this privately owned gallery on the second floor of an old, converted Catholic school...
51 Waterloo Steet (6336 0915)
Nestled among the HDB flats in the Redhill area is Aseana Gallery. Founded six years ago, this artist-run gallery aims to offer affordable art...
61 Lengkok Bahru (6479 8389)
Price: from $12.00 to $16.00
This 90-minute guided tour takes place at the Asia Pacific Breweries plant in Tuas and begins at the Visitors' Hall, where two videos will be...
459 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim (6860 3005)
It starts in a field, as a group of men – all black – are huddled too-close together, looking as if the frame itself is going to crush them....
Men of steel and iron have grunted their way through blockbusters. But you’re not going to see anything as tough – or as goddamned manly –...
You’ll want to love Irving (Bale), the half-smart schmo first seen finessing an elaborately glued comb-over in the mirror – and you’ll...
It should have been the top story, but instead it's been bumped to the back of the hour: '...and in other news, the "Anchorman" sequel is...
Intelligently engaging the zeitgeist without sacrificing suspense, Arbitrage arrives as one of the year’s most undervalued assets. Not only is...
Bandwagon Music Market 2014
2 Aug. Don't miss the one-stop jam for music, art, shopping and food, featuring all-star homegrown bands The Sam...
Gwen Pew and Karen Gwee round up three art and music festivals in the region this month for your vacation considerations
Just two years after their inception, local indie pop quintet Take Two have snagged an opening slot for Scottish alternative rockers Travis. Karen...
Six of the artists featured in the art exhibition 'Impression of Singapore' explain what their works are about
Student Aurial Lee speaks about a new show 'Chap Lau Chu - The Re-Opening of Commonwealth Drive (Tanglin Halt)' by students of NTU's School of Art,...
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