Tag: september

Preview: RuPaul’s Drag Race Star Todrick Hall to Star In Chicago at Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End

LONDON – RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni, American Idol and YouTube sensation Todrick Hall is set to take over the role of Billy Flynn in Chicago from 19th November 2018 until the end of the show’s run at the Phoenix Theatre on 5th January 2019. This is a role that Hall is reprising after appearing in the same

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Museum Musings: Three New Exhibitions Opening At Gillman Barracks

Time to make a trip down to Gillman Barracks this month, as the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Yavuz Gallery and Mizuma Gallery each open a new exhibition! At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, get a glimpse at acclaimed Moroccan artist Lalla Essaydi in her first solo show in Singapore, Truth and Beauty, which runs from 26th October to 15th December. Known

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Museum Musings: Sullivan + Strumpf (Sydney) Presents Polly Borland’s Polymorph

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Sullivan+Strumpf is proud to present Polly Borland’s Polymorph this November, in a solo exhibition featuring new work from Borland. Born in Melbourne in 1959, Borland has since relocated to Los Angeles in 2011, where she now resides. Borland initially established herself as a portrait photographer in Australia, having shot for numerous international publications including The

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Museum Musings: Ota Fine Arts Singapore Presents Firoz Mahmud’s Drawing Revolution

Ota Fine Arts Singapore presents a new solo exhibition by Firoz Mahmud featuring his drawings, paintings and wood carvings. Based in New York City, Firoz takes inspiration from Bangladeshi history and the region. Many of Mahmud’s works explore colonial narratives of Bangladesh and its capital, Dhaka, and how they have been transformed by colonialism. Works

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Museum Musings: Sullivan + Strumpf (Sydney) Presents Dawn Ng’s Perfect Stranger

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA “It often strikes me that when someone says they miss something, they ordinarily allude to a person, time or place; when what they truly miss is a version of themselves, which they can never get back to again. After all, what is each of us, but a vessel of vanishing selves?” After catching

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Archifest 2018 Ends With Over 150,000 Visitors Revelling In The Art Of Design For Life

Archifest 2018 drew to a close last week, with a closing party at Millenia Walk. The two-weekend long annual festival, celebrating architecture and the built environment, took place from 28th September to 10th October and welcomed over 150,000 visitors. Over the course of the festival, visitors participated in activities island-wide, from architectural tours, workshops, symposiums and

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Preview: Dolly Parton Presents 9 to 5 The Musical at London’s Savoy Theatre

LONDON – Coming to London in 2019 is legendary Queen of Country music Dolly Parton as she presents hit musical 9 to 5!  Based off the 1980 film of the same name, 9 to 5 plays at the Savoy Theatre from 28th January to 31st August 2019 for a strictly limited season, featuring a book by

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Relish.sg’s Relish Talk Series: Gents of Fashion, Life and Glitz & Haute Cuisine

It’s no secret that in recent times, there’s been a steady rise in the number of private dining events in Singapore. While not heavily advertised and mostly spread via word of mouth, these are mostly small, intimate affairs, offering a cosy meal with friends and strangers as hosts throw open their doors and offer up

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Museum Musings: Sullivan + Strumpf Presents Ramesh Mario Nithyendran’s R@MESH: Volume II

Sullivan + Strumpf Singapore will be presenting works by Sri Lankan-born Sydney-based artist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran this October. Nitiyendran’s R@MESH: Volume II will showcase iconoclastic clay sculptures that explore gender, religion, popular culture, exoticism and outsider aesthetics, received with critical acclaim as these odd figures have made their way across Asia. Known as an unorthodox

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Museum Musings: Something Above; Somewhere Beyond at FOST Gallery

FOST Gallery presents Something Above; Somewhere Beyond, a solo exhibition by interdisciplinary artist Sebastian Mary Tay. As Tay’s first major exhibition with the gallery, the exhibition brings together selected photographic works from four different series: Redolent Hills and Delectable Mountains (2012/2013), Amidst the Colours (2015) and Where Does the Sun Rise; Where Will the Moon Shine (2017-) and

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