What’s On This Weekend: 22 to 24 February

What’s On This Weekend: 22 to 24 February

End your week on a high note with inspiring events that promise to recharge your mind, body and soul. Catch a thought-provoking play, relax with an outdoor music performance, or join a parent-child dance workshop.

Theatre
Still Life


Photo: Checkpoint Theatre

Former journalist, activist and artist Dana Lam bares her life in this new, full-length play produced by Checkpoint Theatre. The production explores how one makes sense of life, self and the world. Details here.

 

Multi-disciplinary
Noise Metaverse


Photo: The Shop Towers by Andrew Kow, courtesy of Noise Singapore

Experience the marriage of art and technology, including augmented reality and virtual reality, at this free exhibition. The show pairs young artists with mentors, and it is part of Noise Singapore, an initiative by the National Arts Council, which engages young people in and through the arts. Details here.


Film
Singapore Mental Health Film Festival


Photo: Singapore Mental Health Film Festival

Embrace the spirit of social inclusivity and compassion at this inaugural festival, which seeks to challenge the social stigma surrounding mental illness. The event includes film screenings, panel discussions and wellness workshops. Details here.

 

Music
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Photo: National Arts Council

Watch the setting sun paint the Empress Lawn a dreamy hue while the Shanghai Jazz Club and Steve McQueens impress with their performances of jazz music. This free event is co-hosted by the National Arts Council and Spark Connections. Details here.

 

Dance
Dance Together!



Photo: Esplanade

Parents, get active and bond with your children at this introductory dance workshop, organised by the Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre. Details here.

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