Wagyu Beef at Out Of This World Prices: ASTONS Introduces A New Fine-Casual Dining Concept with BIZEN

If you’re Singaporean, chances are that at some point in your life, you might have dined at homegrown Western restaurant ASTONS, best known for having made the steak accessible to the average Joe. Now, founder and serial foodpreneur Aston Soon is back with yet another new concept – BIZEN Okayama Wagyu Steakhouse. Newly opened at the

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NomadX: Discover Your Tribe And Revolutionize Your Retail Experience

Just in time for Christmas, Plaza Singapura launches the all new NomadX for all your holiday gift shopping needs. The brand new retail experience occupies 11,000 square feet across two levels, and opened this  week with a line-up of 17 brands offering new-to-market merchandise and unique experiences across beauty, fashion, technology and F&B. Calling themselves Singapore’s

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Preview: Marie & The Nutcracker by ANDSOFORTH

ANDSOFORTH has been having a bumper year of productions, from presenting an immersive topsy turvy world of fairy tales with Adventures In Grimmsneyland (and for kids) as well as a rather different, single room dinner affair held in a secret garden. This holiday season, they’ll be returning to yet another familiar tale, as they tackle E.T.A. Hoffman’s

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Neon Lights 2018: YUNA, Mantravine, Preetipls and More Get Festival Off To Roaring Start

The 2018 edition of Neon Lights opened with a psychedelic rush of colour and plenty of powerful performances on the first day. Held at Fort Canning Park, Singapore’s premier outdoor music and arts festival is easy to find, occupying an extended plot of land at Fort Gate as the park was transformed into the festival grounds,

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Preview: The Old Woman And The Ox by The Second Breakfast Company

Following their production of Goh Poh Seng’s The Moon Is Less Bright earlier this year, youth theatre company The Second Breakfast Company (2BCo) continues their mission of  championing local work and will be staging 20-year old playwright Isaiah Christopher Lee’s new play this November – The Old Woman and the Ox. Selected from a pool of over

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Review: Master Race by Myle Yan Tay

A simple yet strong premise that sets the foundation for a better play in future One of the most pertinent events to have surrounded the issue of race is perhaps none other than Rachel Dolezal, the Caucasian woman who lived a life pretending to be black, drawing flak for the lie, yet was an outspoken

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Review: Mamma Mia! presented by BASE Entertainment Asia

Slick production value and a pitch perfect cast makes this a holiday we want to go on again and again. Love them or hate them, ABBA is undeniably one of the most powerful cultural phenomenons to have emerged in the 20th century. With a catalogue of radio-friendly records that proved to be one catchy, karaoke-standard

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Singapore Writers Festival 2018: The State of The World According To David Sedaris, Irvine Welsh, Mariko Tamaki and Margaret Stohl

With a theme like 界(Jie): The World(s) We Live In, it’s impossible for the Singapore Writers Festival not to fill itself with programmes and events that discuss the state of affairs surrounding the world today. At times horrifying with the increasingly dismal state of politics and disasters, at times completely absurd with the odd news we

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Singapore Writers Festival 2018: Opening Night + Intercultural Theatre Institute’s Between Heaven and Earth

The 2018 Singapore Writers Festival kicked off to a roaring start this week, marking the final year with Yeow Kai Chai as Festival Director. Taking on the title of 界 (‘Jie’): The World(s) We Live In, this year’s programme, as always, brings together some of the foremost international writers from all mediums and genres, ranging

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