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The Scene The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: February 22 To 24

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: February 22 To 24

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: February 22 To 24
By Amelia Yeo
February 22, 2019
There's plenty to see and do this weekend

1/4 Late Company by Pangdemonium

What Pangdemonium kicks off their 2019 season with Late Company, a high-tension theatre production that explores the society’s volatile youth culture today. After the loss of Debora and Michael’s son, Joel, both parents come face to face Tamara and Bill, alongside their teenage son Curtis—the bully they believe is responsible for the suicide of their son. As things escalate at the dinner gathering with accusations and nail-biting finger pointing, trace the lives of these individuals as they take turns to be in the hot seat.

When Till March 10

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(Related: 5 Minutes With... Stephanie Street, Pangdemonium’s Resident Playwright)

2/4 National Gallery's Open House Weekend

What During the Night To Light Festival 2019: Traces and Echoes at the National Gallery, visitors will get to enjoy complimentary admissions to all the exhibitions currently on at the gallery, including the popular (and highly Instagrammable) exhibition on Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.

When Till February 24

(Related: 5 Minutes With… Scent Artist Sissel Tolaas)

Image: Courtesy of Opera Gallery
Image: Courtesy of Opera Gallery

3/4 Duo exhibition by Mauro Corda and Lee Jung Woong

What French and Korean artists Mauro Corda and Lee Jung Woong will be showcasing their works, anchored around the concept of East meets West through a realist lens. Exhibiting a sense of simplicity and movement in their works, get to witness this exciting collaboration first hand as the Opera Gallery Singapore brings both artists together in their first joint exhibition this year.

When Till March 10

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Video: Courtesy of Darker Than Wax

4/4 Brew by Darker Than Wax and Chye Seng Huat Hardware

What For the connoisseurs who appreciate beats as well as their brews, Brew will be the perfect night out for you this Saturday. Avid cafe-hoppers will be familiar with the industrial sights and vibes of Chye Seng Huat Hardware located along the Tyrwhitt Road, and will be glad to know that Darker Than Wax's first Brew event of 2019 will settle down there. For the uninitiated, Darker Than Wax is an electronic music label in Singapore with a growing database of artists ranging from diverse backgrounds and signature tunes. 

When February 23

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(Related: 10 Cafes For Instagram-Worthy Latte Art In Singapore)

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The Scene Tatler Weekend Round Up Opera Gallery Singapore National Gallery Singapore Light to Night Open House Pangdemonium Late Company Darker Than Wax Chye Seng Huat Hardware Brew 2019

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