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There’s no excuse to stay at home this weekend as there are plenty of fun things to do including comedy shows, art exhibitions, a celebration of sake and so much more. We update this page every Monday and Thursday so feel free to bookmark it.

Showko – Japanese Therapy

Showko is a Japanese comedian and ventriloquist who has become famous for bringing rakugo, a 400-year-old traditional form of Japanese comedy storytelling, to English-speaking audiences. She’s performed at the  Melbourne Comedy Festival, Australia’s Got Talent and even has her own special on Amazon Prime. She’s bringing her quirky comedy and handmade puppets to Singapore for two performances this weekend.

24-25 June at The Arts House. For tickets and showtimes go to: https://showko.peatix.com/  

Sake Matsuri 

If you’re a fan of Japan’s most famous spirit, you’ll want to check out this weekend’s Sake Matsuri, Singapore’s largest craft sake festival. There will be free flow tastings of over 150 sakes as well as master classes led by sake experts. Tickets are available for 2 tasting sessions – 11am to 2pm, and 3pm to 6pm. After 6pm, there will be a sundown sake party featuring a DJ and craft cocktails that will be open to the general public. 

25 June at UE Square Skylight Atrium. For tickets and more info: https://www.sakematsuri.sg/ 

Straight Acting

From award-winning playwright Thomas Lim (Grandmother TongueSupervision), “Straight Acting” is billed as “a hopeful, heartfelt comedy about the drama of trying to keep things straight… when you’re anything but.” The plot involves a couple, Olivia and Jaime, who want to start a family and life together which is tough to do in “straight-laced Singapore”. So they get their gay best friends, Russell and Jia Ming, to agree to a scheme in which they all pretend to be two happily married heteronormative couples. Things seem to be going well until Jia’s moth drops by for an unexpected visit. The Business Times called “Straight Acting” “the most honest and intelligent play about the struggles of the LGBTQ community in Singapore in recent history.”

Performances until July 2. For more info, showtimes and tickets go to: https://www.wildrice.com.sg/event/50595-straight-acting-2

Cont·act Contemporary Dance Festival

Cont·act Contemporary Dance Festival is back for its 12th edition which promises to continue its mission of contributing to the local contemporary dance landscape and “celebrating dance as a bridging force of experiences and perspectives”. Performances include a variety of works by contemporary dance masters from Singapore, Japan, Taiwan and New Zealand.

Until July 1 at Esplanade Annexe Studio. For more info, showtimes and tickets go to the Cont·act website.

I Light festival at Marina Bay

‘Firefly Field’ by Toer. Photo: Carolyn Teo/Coconuts
‘Firefly Field’ by Toer. Photo: Carolyn Teo/Coconuts

The festival that had to shut its lights for two long years is now back bigger than ever. Take a walk through 20 light art installations from 57 artists along the now brightly-lit Marina Bay and pay a little extra to gain access to five unique zones for even more blinding lights.

Read more: 10 must-see highlights from the Marina Bay light festival

From now through June 26 at Marina Bay. Lights go on from 7:30pm onwards to 11pm daily except for Fridays and Saturdays, when they will go stay on until midnight.

S.E.A. Aquarium’s Junior Ocean Protector Camp 

Start them young, they said. Bring your little ocean lovers to S.E.A. Aquarium’s Junior Ocean Protector Camp where they spend a day learning about the oceans and marine biodiversity, how to protect marine animals and the threats that they are facing.

That’s not all, they can go on an aquarium trail conquering missions on marine animals and an upcycling activity to learn how to reduce waste.

From now to 26 June for children aged 7 to 12. For more info: https://www.rwsentosa.com/promotions/attractions/summer-camp 

Pink Fest

Pink Fest 2022 poster

While may Pink Dot may be behind us, there are still plenty of Pink Fest events celebrating Global Pride Month happening until the end of June ranging from workshops to trivia nights to movie screenings!

Until 30 June. For more info and a complete calendar of events visit the Pink Fest website.

Ways of Seeing exhibit at Mulan Gallery

The Ways of Seeing exhibit features contemporary illustrations from the past three years by artists Adeline Tan, André Wee, Soh Ee Shaun, Sonny Liew, Yi Xuan and Ronald Louis. 

View works that depict our transformative world and lifestyles that have been overcome by the pandemic, while discovering a new appreciation for nature, a sustainable future and self-care. Only forward-looking works are showcased, with a focus on reflecting current concerns and themes in a period of uncertainty. 

Until 16 July at ​​Mulan Gallery, 36 Armenian Street, #01-07, Singapore 179934. 

Indulge in some luxurious truffle gelato

Yes, you heard that right. You can now enjoy the pungent and luxurious fungus in gelato form. Aroma Truffle has air-flown its truffles from Spoleto, Italy to bring you a tub full of truffle-enriched gelato with plenty of sliced truffles.

The Truffle Gelato is available for pre-order now on their website.

A Gin Odyssey

Get a lil tipsy while chugging on gin cocktails from around the world at a ​​pop-up showcase by Pernod Ricard at The NCO Club. Cocktails featured use gin from London’s Beefeater, Italy’s Malfy Gin, Japan’s KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin and Germany’s Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin, which are displayed in four different themed rooms.

Until 26 June at The NCO Club. Tickets are S$29 per pax which includes tasters of all four cocktails. Purchase tickets at: https://live.eventtia.com/en/aginodyssey

Superfluous Things

Superfluous Things exhibition poster

Many people consider paper to be a disposable material, its only real worth derived from the things written or drawn upon it. But in the right hands, paper can be manipulated into remarkable works of art all on its own. Superfluous Things is an exhibition featuring incredible paper-based creations from a number of artists such as Cheryl Teo’s Just a Little at a Time feautring dozens of whimsical, precisely constructed matchbox-sized sculptures, and Li Hongbo’s Land of Fairy Tales,  a large scale installation featuring an imaginary map of the world with continents constructed from layers of paper meticulously glued together in a honeycomb-like structure.

Until 14 August at at Gallery 2 of the Singapore Art Musuem at Tanjong Pagar Distripark. For more information go to: https://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/art-events/exhibitions/superfluous-things


The Coconut Club’s Nasi Lemak sets. Photo: The Coconut Club
The Coconut Club’s Nasi Lemak sets. Photo: The Coconut Club

The Coconut Club (which we’re not affiliated with, though we certainly love the name!) recently opened their new flagship outlet on Beach Road, featuring their famously refined take on Nasi Lemak as well as some exciting new dishes like Gohu Ikan (a ceviche-like Indonesian dish consisting of yellowfish tuna cured in calamansi juice) and sharing plates like Iga Bakar (charcoal-grilled Australian beef short rib in the brand’s secret sauce, served with homemade sambal hijau and sambal balado). They take coconuts so seriously here that they’ve got a cold-press machine custom built by a Formula 1 engineer to squeeze the best milk out of theirs. 

Read more: The Coconut Club opens new flagship on Beach Road

The Coconut ClubOpen daily 8:30am to 10:30pm269 Beach Road



Gaggan Anand, whose eponymous restaurants in Bangkok were consistently ranked among the best in the world thanks to his innovative and iconoclastic takes on modern Indian cuisine, is ending his run at The Mandala Club with a month-long Last Supper event that features a number of his signature dishes reimagined by 15 of Singapore most renowned chefs, from Dave Pynt of Burnt Ends to to Janice Wong of 2:am Dessert Bar. Offered as a 10-course lunch for SGD 288++ and a 16-course dinner for SGD 388++, it promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime culinary sendoff extraordinaire.

Until 30 June at The Mandala Club. Reserve a spot now via SevenRooms



Fans of the popular dark fantasy manga and anime series will eat up this exhibition at the Marina Bay Sands’ ArtScience Museum, which explores the unique characters, disturbing themes, and intricate worldbuilding of this global pop culture phenomenon. It features over 150 pieces of original art including drafts and sketches by creator Hajime Isayama.

Until 3 July at the ArtScience Museum. For more info and tickets: https://www.marinabaysands.com/museum/exhibitions/attack-on-titan.html

Off / On: Everyday Technology that Changed Our Lives

See how far we’ve come with the tech we used to use back in the 70s to the 00s! A treasure trove of vintage memorabilia like early IBM and Apple computers, pagers and typewriters are being displayed all in one place. Even touching and pushing all buttons are encouraged.

Read more: Retrotech: Return to the analog age at Singapore National Museum

Until Oct. 30 at the National Museum of Singapore. Open 10am to 7pm daily, last admission 6:30pm. Free for Singaporeans and children under 6. For more info go to the OFF/ON exhibition website.

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