The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: May 26 to 29

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May 27, 2017 | BY Aditi Rane

This week, it's all about art and music.

1

A Soft Note: An exhibition by Tap Chan

When May 26 to May 28

What Hong Kong artist  Tap Chan presents her first solo exhibition in Singapore this weekend atInstinc Soho. The exhibition explores the ambiguous nature of space as a psychological and material concept, together with her investigations on sleep-deprived hallucinations and the ambiguity of reality in the internet ages. 

Find out more here.

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One Championship: Dynasty of Heroes 

When May 26

What One Championship will be putting up yet another thrilling mixed martial arts battle this weekend. Grab the opportunity to experience the adrenaline-inducing -fight of ONE Fight Night, while cheering for local fighters Amir Khan and Tiffany Teo as they strive for glory among some of the biggest MMA powerhouses in the Asian scene.

To book your tickets, click here.

3

Multiply: A Majestic Playground by KEEPERS X Straits Clan

When May 27 to 28

What Over this weekend, the Singaporean creatives community will be coming together in the iconic heritage building, New Majestic Hotel,  to tell their design tatler_tatler_stories and ply their wares, before the building is converted to make way for new developments. Multiply: A Majestic Playground will feature over 50 of Singapore’s most inspiring artists, designers, makers, and craftsmen, so head down to support the local art scene while shopping for some unique and original pieces of work.

Find out more here.

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4

 My Music Journey: Eric Moo in Concert

When May 27 

What Being the first Asian Artiste to be awarded the Excellent Artistic Music Award by the American Billboard, Eric Moo is back for a one-night only performance at The Star Theatre, The Star Performing Arts Centre.  Performing classics such as “Life Is Like A Dream” and “You Are My Only One”, brace yourselves for a night of musical nostalgia, as Eric Moo takes a look back at his music journey.

To book your tickets, click here.

5

Sting 57th and 9th Tour

When May 28 

What Following the recent release of his’s highly-anticipated rock and pop album 57th & 9th,  the English singer-songwriter STING will be, performing live this Sunday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.  Belting out singles such as “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You” and “Petrol Head”, the concert is a must-see for lovers of rock music.

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