Tatler Social Calendar: What To Do In February 2019
1/10Women’s Work: Contemporary Art From Asia And The Middle East
When From now till March 2
What Sundaram Tagore Singapore showcases the works of five female artists, including Singapore’s Jane Lee, who examine diverse topics, from Western-centrism to gender and identity, through their own unique artistic approaches.
2/10Raffles In Southeast Asia: Revisiting The Scholar And Statesman
When February 1 to April 28
What Part of the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration, this exhibition co-curated by the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) and The British Museum looks at Sir Stamford Raffles’ role in 19th-century Southeast Asia, through some 240 objects. At ACM.
When February 7 to 17
What More than two decades after its premiere in 1993, Off Centre, The Necessary Stage’s landmark play by playwright Haresh Sharma, is staged at the Victoria Theatre, exploring the stigma surrounding mental illness.
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4/10Huayi – Chinese Festival Of Arts 2019
When February 15 to 24
What Singapore Chinese Orchestra’sPainted Skin – An Opera in Concert, which fuses Western operatic style and Peking Opera elements, is one of the some 100 performances and activities presented at the Huayi – Chinese Festival Of Arts 2019. At Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay.
5/10Cash On Delivery
When February 20 to 23
What The Stage Club takes on Michael Cooney’s hilarious comedy full of mistaken identities and an out-of-control con trick. At KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT.
6/10Matilda The Musical
When February 21 to March 10
What Nine-year-old Singaporean Sofia Poston shares the coveted role of the titular character—with two other young talents—in this multi award‑winning production by the Royal Shakespeare Company, presented for the first time in Asia at the Sands Theatre.
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When February 22 to March 10
What Pangdemonium kicks off its 2019 season, themed Present Tense/Future Perfect, with this work by Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill, which touches on the issue of cyberbullying. At the Victoria Theatre.
8/10Josh Groban Bridges Tour
When February 25
What The rich baritone behind the global hit, You Raise Me Up, acclaimed singer‑songwriter Josh Groban makes his long-awaited concert debut in Southeast Asia at The Star Theatre.
9/10Singapore Urban Polo
When February 28
What Polo and music collide at the inaugural edition of Singapore Urban Polo. Played at the open space at Bayfront Avenue, the contemporary polo event will see professionals from Australia and New Zealand on the field, before an exciting music DJ line-up, including Tough Love from the UK, wraps up the night with a bang.
10/10The 12th Edition HSBC Women’s World Championship
When February 28 to March 3
What Sixty-three of the top women golfers in the world will vie for the US$1.5m prize purse at the 2019 HSBC Women’s World Championship. The four-day event at Sentosa Golf Club’s New Tanjong Course will see reigning champion Michelle Wie resist the challenge from the likes of Thai sisters Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn as well as American sisters Nelly and Jessica Korda, who have all confirmed their attendance.