Artbox's boutique version is back to feed the foodies with everything from Laksa Kong Ba Pao to Chilli Crab gelato, live music and good old arcade machines.
Eatbox 2020 happens 28 February – 1 March, 3 – 11 pm at Downtown East D'Marquee Open Plaza 1 & 2.
Is Nicolas 'ultra-weird', frightening, or just being a teenager? In a timely exploration of mental health in youth, this brutally honest family drama shows the struggle to save a lost loved one where even love is not enough. Now, prepare the tissues.
The Son happens until 7 March at Drama Centre Theatre, National Library.
One of Oscar Wilde's most popular comedies gets a different spin with an all-male ensemble starring Brendon Fernandez, Chua Enlai, Hossan Leong, and more. With some of the funniest lines in the English language, you won't want to miss this comedic masterpiece.
The Importance of Being Earnest happens until 8 March at The Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre @ W!LD RICE.
Probably the most festive area in Singapore is further illuminated by Japanese art collective teamLab (you know them for Future World at ArtScience Museum, or your Instagram feed). Now that same magic goes outdoors in honour of the bicentennial year with larger than life installations and interactive indoor artworks.
#futuretogether happens until 15 March, from 7 pm at Gardens by the Bay.
Calling all sparkling wine lovers; Singapore's leading private members club will transform the terrace into a whimsical secret garden with a dedicated Nyetimber bar and special pairing menu of small plates by Head Chef Colin Buchan. Plus, catch a series of special events happening throughout the activation.
The Nyetimber Secret Garden happens until 31 March at 1880.
A utopian or dystopian future depends on what you do in the present. Follow this thought-provoking journey into possible future worlds created through a series of immersive installations, meditative spaces, films, paintings and sculptures. What would living look like 200 years from now?
2219: Futures Imagined happens until 5 April at ArtScience Museum.
Teaming up with CÉ LA VI, this tourist attraction that's rarely opened for public events gives you a 360 degree birds-eye view to party in a conscientious way.
Silent Disco Asia happens 22 February, 10 pm – 2 am at Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck.
See the country from an off-kilter perspective with Singaporean artist Zhu Hong's interpretation of the city's many nooks and corners. And where better than in the heritage building of The Fullerton Hotel?
Streetscape of Singapore happens until 28 February at East Garden Gallery, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
If laughter is the best medicine, could it also be an antidote for marriage? This rare stand-up comedian couple are back after a 5 year hiatus since their last sold-out show to take a jab at love and long-term relationships this Valentine's Day.
The Rishi and Sharul Show 2 happens 14 February, 8:30 pm at Capitol Theatre.
The couples don't get to have all the fun. In the fifth edition of anti-v day part, expect cheeky games, a wall of wildest fantasies, a wheel of naughty and the iconic bash-your-ex piñata. Best dressed stands a chance to win up to SGD300 dining vouchers and adult toys from The Hedonist Store.
Anti-Valentines Day happens 14 February, from 9pm at Lucha Loco, 15 Duxton Hill.
Leading contemporary local painter Ruben Pang commemorates a decade of professional practice with his solo showcase. Magnetic sequences of Jungian archetypes, forgotten or imaginary deities, both coming into being and falling apart, Pang's paintings and sculptures are expressively visceral.
Pre-Heaven happens until 16 February at Chan + Hori Contemporary, 6 Lock Road #02-09, Gillman Barracks.
The Billboard-charting DJ and Dim Mak Records founder is back to close the first month of this new year. We won't need to list out the Grammy nominated artist has collaborated with, or the amazing space inside this carnival-esque club because all online tickets are already sold out. You can still try your luck with door tickets available.
Steve Aoki happens 31 Jan, from 10 pm at Marquee.
Almost into its fifth decade, the dynamic showcase presents 'Colours of Harmony' this year. Opening with the electrifying 200 m long firecrackers, see 6,000 volunteer performers in this celebration of multiculturalism alongside stunning pyrotechnics, traditional art, and light display.
Chingay Parade happens 31 January – 1 February from 7 pm at F1 pit building.
The largest Lunar New Year event is back choreographed fireworks, interactive ig-worthy installations and plenty of entertaining performances. Don't miss out on the intricate handmade lanterns, fringe activities and a Chingay cross-over.
River Hong Bao happens until 1 February, 2 – 11 pm at The Float @ Marina Bay.
Istana Open House
Once home to Singapore's British governors and now office of the current President, The Istana is a site of national significance. Its grounds will be open on the second day of Chinese New Year.
Istana Open House happens on 26 January, 8:30 am – 6 pm at The Istana.
A former ship repair factory. A heritage space. Now, activated and enriched by Singapore Arts Club's pop up exhibition featuring contemporary artworks, workshops, tours, and even billiard table chats with artists and beer.
Twenty Twenty happens until 28 January at 2 Canvan Road.
The yearly visual art celebration has a lot going on this year, from the famous Art After Dark to the launch of the new Cuturi Gallery. Immerse in traditional art like a discourse in Chinese ink painting or experience it in the engaging Aliwal Urban Art Festival. View the full programme here.
Singapore Art Week happens until 19 January across various locations.
The fourth edition continues to shine literal light across five celebrated historical and cultural landmarks. Following the theme 'Invisible Cities' from Italo Calvino's novel, the event features interactive installations like Optical Maze and large-scale live-action escape game experience True Lies: Secrets of the Gallery among the full day to night programme.
Light To Night Festival happens until 19 January, 10 – 12 am at Civic District.
The legendary French DJ and producer has had eight full-length albums under his belt, a glittering discography that includes #1 hits, gold and platinum records, a constant tour diary with annual slots at Carnaval de Rio and Tomorrowland. And he's in town tomorrow.
Bob Sinclar happens 10 January, from 10 pm at CÉ LA VI Club Lounge.
This needs no introduction. Before catching the film (or not), Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical is back the same month for a strictly limited season and well, a cast of less traumatising cat-looking people.
CATS happens until 5 January at Sands Theatre.