Guide to Valentine's Day in Singapore
From romantic restaurants, DIY Valentine's gift ideas, a guide to flowers and hot date ideas, here's how to spend the day of love in Singapore.
Time Out Dating Survey 2016
We canvassed hundreds of our readers for their thoughts on the local dating scene – here are our findings. (Turns out Singapore ain’t that loveless after all)
The most romantic restaurants in Singapore
Our picks of the best value-for-money, romantically lit restaurants to huddle close and get to know each other.
Anti-Valentine's Day events
Who says Valentine’s Day should only be fun for couples? No staying at home this time around, here are some of the best places for all you singletons to hang out and gather for a good time on February 14. Make sure to bring your favourite gal pals and best dudes along.
Guide to Chinese New Year in Singapore
Read on to find out the best Chinese New Year activities happening around town, which performances to catch and the top restaurants to book for your reunion dinner
What's on in Singapore this week
The Russell Peters Almost Famous World Tour
After his sold-out three-show run here in April 2015, the stand-up comic is back for the second run of his Almost Famous tour. Expect all-new material in addition to Peters’ well-loved jokes, and a collaborative show where the audience contributes.
Monday Moot: Martin Constable
This edition of the art talk series is helmed by NTU assistant professor Martin Constable, who's also part of the Singapore-based art collective Grieve Perspective. Constable discusses the history and evolution of art schools over the years, and tackles the question of what it means to be a ‘perfect’ art school.
For Your Approval, Please
Taking its name from the hated catchphrase you'll find in work-related emails to the bosses, this exhibition highlights the various identities most of us have to wrangle with, be it at home or in the office. Local artist nicfoo’s exhibit features his self-coined 'storygraphs': the superimposition of one photo over another, which is then attached to a piece of original music by Clarence Chung.
Earth Work 1979
The exhibition recreates Tang Da-wu’s original exhibit from 1980. Tang has been celebrated for pushing the boundaries of experimental art back in the 80s. Look out for pieces that were restored after being destroyed post-exhibition.
Prudential Eye Awards Exhibition
Running for the third year, this award comprises five categories and aims to celebrate emerging artists in the Asia region. After reviewing over 100 nominations from curators, critics and art experts across Asia, the panel of judges has shortlisted three artists for each category. Their works are all on show at the ArtScience Museum, and the winners will be announced on January 19.
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This play experiments with ‘love drugs’
In the Pangdemonium play 'The Effect', two characters are given ‘love drugs’ and put in a room together – alone – as part of a social experiment. We speak to them to find out what happens after
Eugene Soh's new photo exhibition, 'The Second Coming'
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Leonardo DiCaprio is the last movie star
He's still consistently using his A-list status to make the kind of ambitious cinema of decades gone by. And with 'The Revenant', Leonardo DiCaprio might even finally get the approval of the Academy, says Aubrey Day