The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 21 to 23

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July 20, 2017 | BY Aditi Rane

Celebrate great food and culture this weekend.

Photo: Courtesy of Cure Singapore

Cure Anniversary Dinner

When  July 17 to 29

What To celebrate its 2nd anniversary, Cure Singapore will be hosting a four-course dinner, curated and prepared by its chef and owner, Andy Walsh. Walsh has had an illustrious career working under a number of highly acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants before beginning his own venture with Cure—a restaurant dedicated to combining high-quality food with solid drinks and personable service in a casual yet refined setting.

Find out more here.

(Related: Irish For A Day: Chef Andrew Walsh’s Guide To The Emerald Isle)

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 21 to 23
Photo: Courtesy of Sistic Singapore

Setan Jawa

When  July 21

What Described as a collaboration across cultures, Setan Jawa is a film directed by Indonesian filmmaker, Garin Nugroho, with compositions created by Australian composer/conductor Iain Grandage and renowned Indonesian composer Rahayu Supanggah. This one hour film explores the relationship between a couple in a mystical and theatrically sensual manner, making it a must-watch for any movie-buffs with a liking for horror.

Find out more here.

(Related: Plan Your Next Vacay Around An Oscar-Winning Film)

Photo: Courtesy of Singapore Tea Festival

Singapore Tea Festival

When  July 22 to 23

What Organised by 1872 Clipper Tea Co., the Singapore Tea Festival is a tw0-day event that brings together 18 local brands, for an annual festival, to celebrate the well-loved beverage. Apart from vendors plying their wares, there will also be a series of talks and workshops to deepen the appreciation for tea within any tea-lover.

Find out more here.

(Related: 1872 Clipper Tea Co. Reveals Its New Home at Raffles City)

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 21 to 23
Photo: Courtesy of Asian Civilisation Museum

Joseon Korea: Court Treasures and City Life

When  April 22 to July 23

What This is the last weekend to catch the Joseon Korean exhibition at the Asian Civilisation Museum, where artefacts from Korea's last dynasty — Joseon — are displayed for viewers to gain an insight into the vibrant culture of Korea's history. These precious antiquities are exhibited for the first time in Singapore — a curated collection from the National Museum of Korea, the National Palace Museum of Korea, and the Daegu National Museum — making it one to not be missed.

Find out more here.

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