Is it ironic that our signature event returns this year with the overarching theme of 'Touch'? Perhaps. But you are no stranger to these things happening in a time like now, and we'd like to think you still appreciate the token to provide entertainment and hey, actually useful information in the face of social distancing. In a series of performances and video content delivered straight to your homes, we're optimistic that we are reaching out and touching you right where you are. Appropriately, of course.
Should you not be able to make it at the stated timeslot or have crippling sense of completion in wanting to watch ALL the content (good on you), rest easy because we've made the content available anytime after it's released. Here's what to look out for:
Welcoming you with performances by local singer-songwriter Shak, comedians Sam See, Qamural Haziq, and Jacky Ng will then get you warmed up with a special stand-up show.
Martell Brand Ambassador Alson Tian teams up with comedian Sam See to make three exclusive cocktails for your entertainment.
NFT sneaker panel
There's a lot of metaverse talk in the air, but providing a gateway into that otherworld is Marjorie Hernández, Nicolas Romero, Jonathan Fong and Toby Tan in a discussion moderated by Andrew Au.
A Life in Words
No stranger to Esquire Singapore, author and longtime contributor Neil Humphreys gets deep into his writing journey.
Return on Experience
Tim Kobe, founder of Eight Inc., and famously designer of Apple stores, talks about what design and creativity mean to him.
Design for Access
Co-founder of Beyond The Vines Rebecca Ting and visual artist Toby Tan discuss the accessibility of fashion and design.
Join us at Esquire Neighbourhood 2021.