Weekly Picks: Singapore (16 – 22 July 2018)

SINGAPORE THEATRE FESTIVAL 2018 FAGHAG 19 – 22 July 2018

Join Pam Oei in this rainbow-coloured cabaret and see her demonstrate why she deserves to be called Singapore’s Number One Faghag! Join her as she plays multiple characters, tell jokes and heart-warming tales while being accompanied by maestro Julian Wong on the piano in this entertaining performance!

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Up Close with Melvyn Tan and re:Sound at Victoria Concert Hall 18 July 2018

re:Sound and world-renowned Singapore-born pianist Melvyn Tan brings you an evening of works by Beethoven, Schubert and Shostakovich. Violinist Loh Jun Hong will also be joining Melvyn Tan in one of Beethoven’s works. This one night only performance will be performed in its most cosy presentation yet.

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ART JAM: Love & Identity by Visual Arts Centre 18 July 2018

Explore and express your interpretation of Love and Identity through art at Visual Arts Centre! Participants will be discovering what Love and Identity means to them and are welcome to bring their own references or inspiration. Pink refreshments are also provided.

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European Jazz Feature: David Helbock’s Random/Control at Esplanade Recital Studio 22 July 2018

David Helbock’s Random/Control presents an evening of unique and exciting arrangements with more than 20 instruments performed by three musicians onstage! The performance will celebrate the music of inspirational jazz pianists. The multi-instrumental trio, comprising of musicians David Helbock, Johannes Bär and Andreas Broger, will bring you through a ride for the ears and eyes in this performance.

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A Samsui Love Story: A Food & Dance Affair Organised by: by Project Plait X TungLok 17 -20 July 2018

Follow the story of the Samsui woman and the Satay man in the year 1937, as their love grows and go through trials in war-torn Singapore. This performance comes alive through food and dance where a 5-course modern Singaporean meal is interwoven with Contemporary Dance. Be part of this special journey where love, food and dance transcend time and space.

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