Behind the scenes of 'Little People Big Dreams'
Local director Mak CK recounts his experience of filming his documentary on China's Dwarf Empire theme park
How to be awesome - March issue out now
Clubs, classes and communities you should join to win friends and impress people
The definitive guide to Singapore's craft beer scene
Everything from the best craft beer bars to exploring new brews
The definitive guide to Singapore Cocktail Week
Your cheatsheet to the city's very first cocktail appreciation week
The Time Out Singapore hotlist
Then ten best things to do in Singapore this week
What's on this week
The squeamish needn’t worry – the rodents in this play are all actors. A helpless mouse has to talk its way out of the jaws of a ferocious lion or risk being turned into dinner. Presented by I Theatre, this production mixes live action with songs and puppetry to tell Aesop’s Fables in whole new ways. For kids aged three to 13.
Huayi – Chinese Festival of Arts
As Chinese New Year approaches, Huayi returns with another diverse showcase of free and ticketed programmes across theatre, dance, music and visual arts. Highlights include: What is Sex?, a play by famed Hong Kong director Edward Lam about 12 bachelors whose female clients lure them to read the Chinese classic, Dream of the Red Chamber; Travel with Mum, centred on a 74-year-old man who bikes his 99-year-old mother across China; and Rice, a dance performance, choreographed by Lin Hwai-min, about the farming community in Taiwan.
Singapore International Jazz Festival 2015
Following its successful debut, the festival returns to Marina Bay Sands with more than 250 artists from mainstream, smooth soul, R&B, contemporary pop and acid jazz. The line-up features headliner Jessie J, pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis, trumpeter Chris Botti, fusion-jazz group Snarky Puppy and Singapore's very own Jeremy Monteiro.
Toy Factory celebrates its 25th anniversary with a restaging of one of its most beloved productions. Follow the life of Madam Oon Ah Chiam – a petite lady who dreams big – as she balances her comic alter-ego, Titoudao, with struggles against poverty, gender inequality and marital problems.