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Art

Guide to Singapore Art Week

Overwhelmed by the enormity of Singapore Art Week? We've got a guide to cover all your bases

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Things to Do

The Time Out Singapore hotlist

Then ten best things to do in Singapore this week

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Hot Tables

Our pick of each month's best new restaurants, cafes and bars

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Theatre

Theatre highlights of 2015

Get your cultural calendar out and start planning 

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Film

15 films to watch in 2015

Find out which 15 out of the avalanche of top notch films to get excited about

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What's on this week

Art

Darren Soh: Along the Golden Mile

The local photographer’s latest series centres on buildings whose heritage strikes a contrast to the modern skyscrapers of our city.

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Art

Prudential Singapore Eye 2015

Going one step further to celebrate the nation's golden jubilee, the Prudential Eye Awards for Asian Contemporary Art returns this year with the Prudential Singapore Eye exhibition. The spotlight falls on 17 emerging homegrown artists, including a handful such as Charles Lim, Ho Tzu Nyen and Jeremy Sharma who have represented Singapore at numerous international biennales.

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Film

Mr Turner

Twice before, first with 'Topsy-Turvy' and then with 'Vera Drake', Mike Leigh has punctuated his bittersweet studies of contemporary life with period dramas. Now, with 'Mr Turner', the British director of 'Naked' and 'Secrets and Lies' takes us back to the nineteenth century and the later years of the celebrated, groundbreaking, difficult painter JMW Turner (1775-1851). Sad and joyful, 'Mr Turner' offers a wonderfully rich tapestry of experience and digs deeply into a complicated, contradictory life. 

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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The Snail and The Whale

When a snail wishes to see the world, she hops on the tail of a humpback whale. The unlikely couple then embark on a expedition that takes them from shark infested waters to glacial icebergs. And all’s well – until the whale gets beached in a bay with no help in sight. Part of KidsFest 2015.

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Film

Birdman

‘Most of the successful people in Hollywood are failures as human beings.’ So said Marlon Brando. But what happens when their 15 minutes are up? It’s not like failure suddenly transforms former mega-celebs into humble human beings who can pick up their own coffee from Starbucks. That's Michael Keaton’s problem in this savagely funny, strangely sweet, sad and utterly brilliant New York-set comedy from Mexican writer-director Alejandro González Iñárritu, better known for his gloomy, state-of-the world dramas 'Babel' and '21 Grams'.

Time Out says
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Circle Mirror Transformation

In Pangdemonium’s first production of the year, four strangers – the disillusioned actress Theresa, divorcee Shultz, moody teen Lauren and the outgoing James – join an acting class run by Marty. 

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The best of Singapore

Restaurants

The best cafes in Singapore

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Shopping and style

The best shops in the heartlands

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Singapore's ten best waffles

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Kids

The best five playgrounds for kids

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Shopping and style

The best hair salons in Singapore

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The best costume stores in Singapore

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101 things to do in Singapore

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