Rock on with our May issue
Plug into the best bands of the Lion City, from mohawked punks and shaggy indie rockers to day-glo club kids.
The Foodist wants to make your desk lunch better
Pick up weekly lunchboxes prepared by local restaurants at three points across the CBD
The best tea rooms in Singapore
Where to enjoy the leafy brew
Our pick of each month's best new restaurants, cafes and bars
What's on this week
Arnaud Nazare-Aga: The Little Prince
Thirteen lacquered white sculptures by the French artist – all of which are inspired by the illustrations of Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s The Little Prince – are showcased in the dark. Part of Voilah! French Festival Singapore.
To celebrate its official opening on the second weekend of May, Lepark Bonanza, which combines food and drinks with art, music, heritage and charity to create what they call an ‘urban experience’, will take place. The range of activities on the programme includes a pets adoption drive and charity car wash (May 9 and 10, 2 to 5pm), a live art performance by graffiti collective Band of Doodlers (May 9, 5pm to late), a folk acoustic music session (May 10, 2 to 5pm), and an outdoor sports session (May 10, 2 to 6pm, $25-$30). The highlight event, though, is Getai Ethnica (May 9, 5pm to late, $10 including a free beer).
This trio of best friends make up American electronic act, Cash Cash, who are known for their catchy dance pop tracks and dynamic live sets. Each one a producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, the guys make their debut here this month. Lincey supports.
Maurizio Martinucci: PV868
The Italian artist – also known as TeZ – combines flickers of video light and synced synthetic sounds to create an immersive experimental performance as part of the ArtScience Late series.
Waswo X Waswo: A Day in the Country
Waswo X. Waswo, comprising of Rajesh Soni and R. Vijay, takes viewers into the rural landscapes of India through photographs and hand-coloured portraits.