What’s On This Weekend: 30 March – 1 April

Published on 28 March 2018

By Melanie Lee

ARCH ENEMY – LIVE IN SINGAPORE

Fri 30 Mar 2018, 8pm – 10pm (queue starts at 3.45pm)
St. James Power Station, Viva Violet Vault

Epic Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy will be playing in Singapore for a one-night only gig! They will be performing songs from their latest 2017 album “Will to Power”, for which they were nominated in Sweden’s Grammis Awards last year in the Best Hard Rock/Metal category. Their band line-up comprises legendary metal musicians vocalist Alissa White-Gluz, guitarist Michael Amott, guitarist Jeff Loomis, drummer Daniel Erlandsson and bassist Sharlee D’Angelo

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ATTACK OF THE ARCHIVES

Till Sat 31 Mar 2018
Blk C2-5, Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Rd

Kult Studio & Gallery brings back all the artwork that has mapped their journey over the years, featuring works by artists such as Mojoki and Ben Frost. Expect a range of quirky and colourful range of prints and sculptures and other thingamabobs on display. The exhibition is also a dynamic one where sold works are immediately replaced by something new from their archives.

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SOIREE 2018 – ORIENTAL SOUNDS

Sat, 31 Mar 2018, 7.30pm
University Cultural Centre

The NUS Harmonica Orchestra will be presenting an immersive showcase of oriental music and Western takes on oriental traditions, including orchestral masterpieces such as “Tian Lu”, “Yellow River Concerto and “Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon”. This concert will also feature soloist Shen Mingyang in a moving rendition of “Butterfly Lovers Concerto” and Lucas Tan with an alto horn harmonica solo of famous Russian classic “The Swan”.

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THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

Till Sun 8 Apr 2019, 8pm
Esplanade Theatre
* Recommended for 11 years and above

This Oliver and Tony award-winning production of a bestselling novel by Mark Haddon finally makes its premiere in Singapore. Staged by National Theatre (UK), the play revolves around 15-year-old Christopher Boone, who is exceptional at math but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When Christopher is suspected to have killed a neighbour’s dog, his detective work takes him on a frightening journey that turns his world upside down.

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UNDESCRIBED

Till Sat 31 March 2018
DECK Gallery (120A Prinsep St)

Undescribed is DECK’s annual platform for emerging artists who have recently graduated from local art institutions. For this edition, visual artist Robert Zhao and DECK director Gwen Lee have selected the works of Farizi Noorfauzi, Feng Yaqiu, Ryan Benjamin Lee and Philip Ho Zhi Yang to feature. The exhibition challenges current image-making practices and suggests new ways to approaching photography and the moving image within the field of art today.

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