Love desserts? So does everyone else in the Singapore Dessert Lovers Club. Join their first-ever SG Dessert Lovers Gathering at one-of-a-kind dessert parlour Non Entrée Desserts to enjoy some epic sugary treats – think avalanche lava cakes and more – and make some new friends while you’re at it. Sweet!
12 November 2017, 3-4.30pm
Non Entrée Desserts, 204 Rangoon Rd, Singapore 218451
NEXT: Catch a movie at the French Film Festival →
This year’s French Film Festival returns with some of the best movies in contemporary French cinema. This year’s exciting line-up of critically-acclaimed, award-winning films include something for everyone – young or old, French or not – heart-racing sci-fis, hair-raising thrillers, LOL-worthy comedies, and more.
9-19 November 2017
NEXT: Plan a Peranakan Sunday →
Explore the colourful world of Peranakans at Straits Family Sunday by the Peranakan Museum Singapore. Make arts and crafts based on the museum’s collection, go on a special themed tour of the galleries, and dress up in vibrant ethnic wear as an introduction into this unique culture of Singapore.
12 November 2017, 1-5pm
Peranakan Museum Singapore, 39 Armenian St, Singapore 179941
NEXT: Live well at the Healthy Lifestyle Festival →
It’s not all fun and games at the Healthy Lifestyle Festival SG . In a good way, that is – they’ve got tons of healthy living tips for you to take away, too. Get moving at yoga sessions and body combat workouts while the little ones do too at the Fun Valley, with inflatable castles and life-size Jenga blocks. Plus, cooking demos, fam-friendly movie screenings, sports try-outs and more!
11-12 November 2017, 11am-8.30pm
Singapore Sports Hub & Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Dr, Singapore 397629
NEXT: Sing along to The Sound of Music →
Theatre junkies, there’s more to sing about. Back again after its successful run in 2017, The Sound of Music returns to Singapore’s stage, but with a twist: this time with 18 children from Singapore cast in three rosters, playing the iconic roles of the Von-Trapp children! Sing along to familiar tunes like The Sound of Music, Do-Re-Mi and more.
7-26 November 2017
Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018973
NEXT: Imagine Asia in words →
In this panel discussion, “Imagining Asia“, as part of the Singapore Writer’s Festival, some of the most iconic names in the literary scene, including Boey Kim Cheng and Tash Aw, offer insight into what it means to be an Asian writer who writes about, and within, Asia. And, perhaps, be inspired to write about your expat experience in Asia, too.
11 November 2017, 10.30-11.30am
The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Ln, Singapore 179429
NEXT: Be kiasu… Or not? →
The Singapore Writer’s Festival ends off with the ever-popular Closing Debate, this time with a motion that speaks intimately to every Singaporean at heart: This House Believes that Kiasuism is a Good Singaporean Trait. Agree, or agree to disagree? P.S. Catch the rest of the Singapore Writer’s Festival programmes here.
12 November 2017, 7-8.30pm
Victoria Theatre, 9 Empress Pl, Singapore 179556
NEXT: Shop independent designers at this pop-up fair →
It’s back! The Boutique Fairs Singapore, we mean. This curated, design-led pop-up fair, directed by expat girlboss Charlotte Cain, will feature independent vendors across women’s fashion, menswear, bags and accessories, gifts, home decor, children’s toys and more. Happy shopping!
10-12 November 2017, 9am-8pm
The F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975
NEXT: Celebrate Christmas in the heart of town →
There’s everything to love about the end of the year, and the highlight of it all: Christmas! The celebration begins this weekend along Orchard Road, where unique interactive installations encourage hands-on interaction with your loved ones, and the sidewalks will be magically lit up with glowing reindeer and sparkling stars.
12 November 2017 – 2 January 2018
Orchard Rd, Singapore
By Pinky Chng, November 2017
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