This week, check out an Australian psychedelic rock group; a confessional theatre piece exploring the dark recesses of the industry; an all-accessible art market; the spring edition of Affordable Art Fair; and the launch of a new monthly disco series at Terra.
After taking over legendary festivals such as Glastonbury and Coachella, we bet Australian psychedelic rock phenomenon Tame Impala’s first headline show in Singapore will be an unforgettable experience. Saturated with mind-altering beauty, audacious, and boundless creativity, their music is constantly evolving – from ther debut self-titled EP in 2008 up to their third and latest offering Currents last year.
Tame Impala is performing on Thursday, 21 April 2016, 8pm at The Star Theatre. Tickets are priced at $68, $88, $108, $128, $148, and are available via SISTIC.
Established playwright Tan Liting presents a new confessional theatre piece featuring the voices of young acting professionals and theatre veterans sharing why they love what they do, even when the odds are against them. The Truth About Lying is based on interviews with emerging performers such as Chanel Chan M. Haja, Andrew Sutherland, as well as veterans such as Lim Kay Siu, Neo Swee Lin, Janice Koh, and Lim Yu Beng.
The Truth About Lying is happening from 21 to 24 April 2016 at Drama Centre Black Box. Tickets are priced at $35 are are available via SISTIC.
Singaporean-made goodies should be enjoyed by all, including those with disabilities. That is why The Local People is transforming Enabling Village’s carpark into the TLP Art Market you know and love. Watch films and documentaries under the stars on Airmocks, and enjoy sets by acoustic songwriters. The mic is open for anyone interested to serenade the audience, so do bring down your guitars and cajons.
The Everyday Folk Market is happening on Saturday, 23 April 2016 at Enabling Village from 4pm to 9pm. For more details, check out the event page here.
The leading showcase for affordable contemporary art returns for its third Spring Edition, where local and international galleries will be offering a diverse range of contemporary art all priced between $100 to $10,000 – with 75% of the art offered at under $7,500. With a plethora of new galleries, fresh artworks, artists feature wall for charity and engaging education programmes, there’s no easier and more enjoyable way to view and buy art.
Affordable Art Fair Spring Edition 2016 is happening from 22 to 24 April 2016 at The Pit Building. Tickets are priced at $15 (general admission) and $20 (AAFter Glow Evening on Friday) and are available here.
Get down, get dirrrrty. Dirty Disco is your monthly filth fest with nasty duo STASSH (DJ KFC & HOOKSTYLE)’s inglorious pick of outrageous Disco and not-so-Disco tunes, along with other choices of glittering ear sleaze. Jive out as you swish in another dirty martini – nowhere is too low for the depths of Dirty Disco.
DIRTY DISCO feat. STASSH: Launch! is happening on Saturday, 23 April 2016 at Terra from 8pm till late. Admission is free. For reservations, please call 9772 3814 or email to email@example.com.