One rainy afternoon, Fatimah meets a mysterious and magical lion that takes her on a thrilling adventure. In this newly discovered world of fun, Fatimah learns about friendship, laughter and the power of… magical socks! Dance, laugh, sing and imagine with Fatimah in this colourful theatrical delight specially created for children aged two to six. A sensory-friendly show is available on 29 February. Tickets at $20.
These Singaporean stand-up comedians, who are married to each other, are back on stage together after a five year hiatus! Hear them talk about relationships, marriage, what it means to be a Singaporean couple, and how humour can help you survive a long-term relationship. Sounds like an apt night out on Valentine’s Day for some love, comedy, and some tragedy! Tickets from $38.
Love spooky tales? Here’s an open mike session for you to tell ghost stories in a simulated atmosphere of a campfire night. You can share or listen to supernatural tales based on the theme of love stories (they can be true stories or imaginary ones), and reflect on the fascination or hidden fears associated with such tales. Free admission. RSVP here.
Celebrate the charm and magic of Portugal and its vibrant Petisqueiras, pairing with some award-winning natural wines with a spread of Petiscos and other delightful bites. It’ll be a casual evening with some lovely wines to taste along with superb music to groove to, as you experience the culture of Portugal. Saúde e Bom Apetite! Tickets at $30.
To give the young ones an opportunity to explore the world of ballet, the classic tale of family, love and tragedy is condensed into an hour-long special told through narration and dance excerpts. With elements of drama, swordplay, and humour, and performed to Prokofiev’s music, your little one is bound to love the show. There will also be a meet-and-greet session with the cast after the performance! Tickets at $14.
(We just got news that this event has been postponed in line with the current health advisories. The new date will be announced on the event page on Facebook.)
Take a first-class ride through a wide spectrum of sounds at this African-inspired music event on the beach where you can expect some afrobeat, rebita, mbalax, kwaito and highlife music spanning from South Africa to Angola and all the way up to the northern tips of Egypt and Morocco. And to mix things up, there’ll also be sounds from the African diaspora ranging from calypso, biguine, zouk, cumbia, gqom to afro-house. $10 at the door (cash only).
Gather your gal pals for a Saturday night date with a special women-only Candelit Yoga Cacao Ceremony & Journaling class in Kampong Glam. You’ll start with a soulful Vinyasa-based yoga practice, which will let you dive deeper within your body, mind and spirit in preparation for the session of guided journaling (bring a notebook and pen) and the meditative cacao ceremony. Tickets at $39.
GALentine Candlelit Yoga Cocoa Ceremony & Journaling Workshop
6 pm to 7.30 pm
Whole Yoga (by Whole Studios), #02-01, 753 North Bridge Rd, 198721
Asia’s largest aerospace and defence event is back with an exciting line-up of aircraft (including commercial aircraft and business jets) and spectacular aerobatic displays. Get ready to be wowed by the stunning aerobatic flying displays, get up close with the aircraft on static display and view the latest aerospace technologies and innovations. Tickets at $27.
(We just got news that this event has been postponed to 10 October in line with the current health advisories. You can get updates here.)
Former lead singer of one of the biggest bands in the eighties, Spandau Ballet returns to Singapore for an exciting solo concert! You can be sure Tony Hadley will be performing Spandau Ballet’s biggest hits such as True, Gold, Through The Barricades, Only When You Leave, Round and Round, I’ll Fly For You, as well as new material from his new album Talking To The Moon. You might even get some surprises from his personal favourites tunes! Tickets from $128.
Pick up a new skill this weekend and learn the art of making agar-agar (jelly-like food also known as “China grass”) with this fun hands-on class! Besides making tasty agar-agar with coffee and cheese flavours, you’ll also learn how to create beautiful shades of agar-agar flowers with baking moulds. Bonus: you’ll get pro tips on how to make a firm agar-agar base. $160 per person, instructions to register are here.
Want to join Singapore’s first travelling book swap with an icy-cold twist? Head over to PLONK on Sunday afternoon for some book reading, beer guzzling, pizza devouring fun! Bring up to ten books and exchange them with other book lovers there while you eat, drink and mingle to your heart’s delight (there’ll be $10 bottled beer, house wine and bubbles by the glass!) and toast to books and booze and bookworm babble.
Want more? Check out other Singapore events happening in February!
In line with the current health advisories, do rest at home if you are feeling unwell, have travelled to China within the last 14 days, or are placed on a Leave of Absence.
By Muneerah Bee, February 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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