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Weekly Picks: Singapore (23 – 29 July 2018)

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Singapore & the World — Behind the Game: Exploring History Through Assassin’s Creed, National Museum of Singapore 28 Jul 2018

Singapore and the World is a programme that focusses on the historical and contemporary connections that links Singapore to the world. The exhibition gives a behind-the-scenes look into Ubisoft Singapore’s role in Assassin’s Creed that includes their innovations and how they combine history with game design.

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Poetry Festival Singapore 2018 by Poetry Festival Singapore 27 – 29 Jul 2018

POETRY Festival Singapore (PFS) 2018 comes back with the theme “In spirit,” at The Arts House. Aiming to promote literary excellence in a multilingual, multicultural, multi-generational setting, the literary fest will offer critical surveys of published verse and spoken word in Chinese as well as the island’s other official languages through a variety of programs.

More information here.

 

 

 

Pasir Ris Beach Arts Festival 2018 – Neverland by Pasir Ris East and West Community Arts and Culture Clubs 27 – 28 Jul 2018

Jump, hop, get your hands dirty, dance and walk on your hands, re-live the child in you. Neverland is about colours and music, dreams andin short, is a place of art and happiness. So come down to the festival with your family and friends this weekend!

More information here.

 

It’s All Here Somewhere by Esplanade 27 Jul 2018

It’s All Here Somewhere is a repository of poignant memories, unspoken fears, and faltering hope. Hanging Up The Moon launches their fourth and latest album as part of Mosaic Music Series. Hanging Up The Moon started off as the solo project of Sean Lam, ex-frontman of Concave Scream, one of Singapore’s pioneer indie bands. Join them for an evening of indie music.

More information here.

 

6th Singapore International Band Festival by Wind Bands Association of Singapore 24 – 29 Jul 2018

The Singapore International Band Festival is a biennial festival started in 2008 to promote wind bands activities and the exchange of ideas and ideals between local and international bands. Comprising of Contest, Workshops, Exchanges, Outreach Programme and Gala Concert,  this music marathon will be a feast to all music fans.

More information here.

 

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