Just like that, the shortest month of the year (i.e. February) bids us adieu. But the month of love ain't got nothing on the month of International Women's Day, St Patrick's Day and Earth Hour, all happening in March. Plus, school's out for the little rugrats so expect a wave of kid-friendly events around town.
Discover Singapore literature through exhibitions, installations and performances, and headbang to Scorpions and Whitesnake like old times at Singapore Rockfest II. Here are the hottest events we're setting our alarms for.
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Watch history come alive and unfold as you journey through three heritage buildings on Waterloo Street. First staged in 2018 to massive success, The Theatre Practice's epic theatrical adventure returns bigger and better. The immersive experience will sort audiences into different roles – be it as a bus passenger, visitor to the home for the aged and destitute, or just as an observer – and be privy to the action that unfolds right before their eyes. After the two-hour theatre journey, you'll leave with new knowledge of the precinct's best-kept secrets and unsolved mysteries.