Craft Singapore showcases SG’s top talent and craftsmen who use their passion and talent to create amazing beer, spirits, food and music. Savour local and regional brews and rub shoulders with some of the top local brewers in Singapore; explore boutique and hand-crafted spirits making their way into the SGmarket; pair your craft beer and spirits with the artisanal food showcased by local restaurants; shop for handmade products by local artists and crafters AND bring your family for a special Sunday brunch menu, featuring craft beers, cocktails and mocktails. Kids under 12 get free entry and can enjoy a dedicated play area. Visit the website for a full schedule and ticketing deets.
September 21-23, 2018
Craft Festival 2018 Ticket Office, Maxwell Rd 30, 069114
Featuring tales of bumbling heists, thrilling hunts, hilarious, apocalyptic revenge and more – the inaugural Argentine Film Festival lands at The Projector with a diverse selection of six acclaimed films that covers all the major genres from comedy to animation. The festival runs for one weekend only, and you really don’t want to miss out. Visit The Projector’s website for a full schedule and booking options. The festival is co-presented with the Embassy of Argentina in Singapore, sponsored by Trapiche Argentina and supported by Spanish Speaking Women’s Association of Singapore.
Until 23 September, 2018
Visit www.theprojector.sg for more
Back for a second year, the 2018 edition of the Singapore Tea Festival (STF) will feature 28 exciting tea and tea-related brands, and three days’ worth of educational and engaging workshops to look forward to. The highlight of this year’s STF is teapasar, the first global omni-channel marketplace featuring local and international tea brands, as well as exclusive and rare tea direct from farms. Visit the website for more details
September 21-23, 2018
ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Basement 4, 238801
Toy Factory presents Oedipus, a play detailing the case of a senseless murder where a severely disabled man Wang Jia Hao has whipped his 50-year-old mother to death. Follow the murder mystery as an officer fights to uncover the truth of this incomprehensible act. The play recounts the incidents leading up to the murder, and viewers will see the different sides of Wang. Directed by Toy Factory’s artistic director Goh Boon Teck, this original play will utilise nine professional actors and eight production and creative team members. Visit its EventBrite page to purchase tix.
September 21-29, 2018; multiple timings
NOWPlaying@17, 17A Smith St, 058931
Retail is allowed on holy grounds at the Singapore Design Fair, held on the premises of the Danish Seamen’s Church on 22 September 2018. What to expect: Specially curated SG brands like travel footwear specialists Anothersole and eco-conscious childrens’ wear label Hunter + Boo; workshops, a playground and a covered playroom for the kids to learn and play; and delish food and beverages such as hot dogs and draft beer. Pay an entry fee of $2 to get in on all the Danish “hygge” fun — update yourself on the fair’s activities here.
22 September 2018, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
10 Pender Rd, Mount Faber, 099171
You’ll see more than the usual flower domes and Supertrees, as Gardens by the Bay lights up and comes alive with mythical creatures and larger-than-life flora and fauna for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Be amazed at the complexities and intricacies of the lanterns on show, and bring on your own lantern to fully revel in the joyous atmosphere. Walk through the festive marketplace near the Supertree Grove, where traditional arts performances will liven your spirits. There will, of course, be food on offer, as well as a showcase of Chinese crafts (such as stone engravings).
Until 24 September, 2018
Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, 018953
Moonfest 2018, a premier traditional Chinese arts festival celebrates Chinese heritage and tradition through a spectacular showcase of performances inspired by legendary figures from works like The Creation of Gods and Journey to the West. There are more than 60 free programmes to choose from for those young and old. Expect street opera performances along the waterfront and storytelling sessions that are sure to captivate.
21-23 September, 2018
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Dr, 038981
Over 20 Singapore farmers will gather at myVillage @ Serangoon Garden on for the SG Farmers’ Market. From veggies and eggs to fish, mushrooms and more, come on down to buy the freshest produce. With fun stage games, exciting celebrity chefs’ cooking demonstrations and cook-offs and lucky dips, join in for a fun-filled weekend with your family.
September 22-23, 2018, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
MyVillage @ Serangoon Gardens, 1 Maju Ave, Serangoon Garden Estate, 556679
The Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 will feature an exciting array of festive offerings and celebrations. Feel young at heart again while trailing through lantern walkabouts, or get artsy in craft workshops. There will also be evening music performances ranging from the traditional to contemporary.
22-23 September, 2018
Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, 12 Tai Gin Rd, 327874
Asia’s first food innovation event, Food of the Future allows you to immerse yourself in the future of food with a curated marketplace, hands-on experience zones and empowering speaker keynotes thoughtfully put together to fill up a well-deserved Saturday. Visit the website for a full list of programmes and activities. Admission is free.
September 22, 2018
Cospace Park, 43 Science Park Rd, 117408
With products from more than 500 international young enterprises, the Creative Millennials Youth Karnival @ Marina Bay (CMYK) is one of SG’s exciting new places to eat, drink, shop, exchange cultures, art and craft, and discover authentic international products and merchandise.
CMYK is designed to empower young entrepreneurs, and the event will host motivational talks conducted by leading international entrepreneurs, workshops, live music, workshops, other entertainment and interactive activities, making your visit truly out of the box.
September 20-23, 2018
Bayfront Event Space, 12A Bayfront Ave, 018970
By Hazel Vincent De Paul & Sara Lyle Bow, September 17, 2018
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