Top three things to do at Boudoir Noire
Jeanette Tan, founder of co-organiser Imaginoire, picks out three highlights of Boudoir Noire. <img id="b9761325-8aec-3eac-1c20-e6febce0a7cc" data-caption="" data-credit="" data-width-class="" type="image/jpeg" total="837933" loaded="837933" image_id="102842378" src="http://media.timeout.com/images/102842378/image.jpg" alt="The Box" class="photo lazy inline"> The Box ‘We want to keep the exact performances a secret, but the line-up will feature a world champion beatboxer who can perform a whole set with his mouth alone, as well as contortionists and other specialty acts.’ The Drinks ‘There’ll be free flow drinks all night. Proof & Company, the group behind Singapore’s 28HKS, is bringing in eight bartenders from around the world, and each of them will be taking on a character on the night. You’ll know what we mean when you get there!’ The DJs ‘The music that night will mostly be house and eclectic. Headliners include DJ Coleman – who has worked with top fashion brands like Tom Ford – and Shovell, who was part of [British neo-soul outfit] M People.’
Bjorn says: Will you still love me tomorrow?
Time Out Singapore’s chef columnist, Bjorn Shen of Artichoke, ponders the post-SG50 attitude towards local chefs.
These Brittle Bones 'Untide' premiere
Watch the music video for 'Untide', the first single off These Brittle Bones' album, Hiraeth.
Cheap eat of the week: Muffins and a brownie at Bake_Of
If you’re in the CBD and feeling the need to sink that sweet tooth into something beyond the artisanal options sung about by those in the know, hit up this spot at Amoy Street Food Centre.
Three Buns x Neighborhood collection
From fashion to food, this collaboration between Potato Head Folk and the Japanese fashion label has it all.
Bjorn says: SURE!
Time Out Singapore’s chef columnist, Bjorn Shen of Artichoke, on not knowing what else to say...
Chan Hampe Galleries celebrates its fifth anniversary
Chan Hampe Galleries celebrates its fifth anniversary with a group show and a brand new space in Geylang. Gwen Pew takes a sneak peek
By November, seven F&B outlets will open at the National Gallery Singapore
Even if you're not the type to stroke your chin at art, there's something to be excited about when the National Gallery Singapore opens in November. Seven F&B establishments are now in the works within the two former colonial buildings, and are slated to open in time for the gallery's ribbon-cutting before the end of the year.
Cheap eat of the week: Ayam penyet at Kaki Lima ($3.50)
Deep fried and given the requisite pestle smash on a flat stone mortar, the chunky leg of deep fried chicken rests on a bed of white rice. At $3.50, we'll take this juicy chicken any day of the week.
Bukit Pasoh is getting two new bars and a seafood restaurant
Bukit Pasoh has always been Keong Saik's sleepier neighbour, but three new openings by the team behind Sugarhall and Jigger & Pony might change that. Presenting: Humpback, Gibson and Flagship.
Celebrate an alternative National Day in the August issue
Well, folks, we finally made it. SG50 technically only begins on the ninth this month, but by now most of us must baulk at the sight of those little red dots promoting everything from staycations to police cars. At Time Out Singapore, we're gearing up to revel in our own way: by creating ‘alternate’ celebrations.
G&Ts at The Rabbit Hole
Gin and tonics and our balmy climes are a match made in sweaty heaven, so it’s probably for the best that The White Rabbit’s little backyard garden’s boosting its drinks programme with a gin spin. So, fresh at The Rabbit Hole is a 15-strong menu of gin, tonic and garnish combinations.