6 Events That You Won't Want To Miss in March 2020
1/6 Singapo人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture
What Decked out with five exhibition zones each delving deeper into the elements of the Chinese Singaporean DNA, visit the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's inaugural permanent exhibition that traces distinctive cultural traits through an immersive multimedia experience.
2/6 Romeo and Juliet
What Singapore Dance Theatre’s first Singaporean female principal Kwok Min Yi is one of three dancers who will take on the role of Juliet in this staging of the classic love story set to a romantic Prokofiev score played by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra at the Esplanade Theatre.
When Till March 8
3/6 Textures: A Weekend with Words
What Themed “These Storied Walls”, the third edition of this annual festival at The Arts House brings together writers, artists and performers, including master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran and interdisciplinary sound artist Ferry, in celebration of Singapore literature.
When Till March 22
(Related: 5 Local Writers That Caught Our Attention At Singapore Writers Festival 2019)
4/6 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2020
What The eighth edition of the list will be revealed through a live-streamed ceremony, where the best chefs and restaurateurs in Asia will earn top honours.
When March 24
(Related: Success in the Culinary Arts is Gender Blind, Say the World's Best Female Chefs)
5/6 The Studios 2020: Lost & Found
What This year’s edition of Esplanade's anchor theatre series looks at the theme of loss, with four productions by local theatre artists and companies. The stellar line-up includes Lost Cinema 20/20, a piece directed by veteran multimedia artist Brian Gothong Tan, starring Karen Tan and Lim Yu-Beng, among many others.
When Till April 26
6/6 Latiff Mohidin: Pago Pago
What This travelling exhibition by the National Gallery Singapore and Centre Pompidou looks at the works of Malaysian modernist painter and poet Latiff Mohidin, from 1960 to 1969—the formative years of his artistic practice.
When Till August 16
(Related: S.E.A. Focus Is A New Platform That Champions Southeast Asian Art)