The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 12-14

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January 11, 2018 | BY Phoebe Taylor

From angelic voices to motorcars, we're spoilt for choice this weekend.

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SAM Late Nights

What Every second Friday of the month, Singapore Art Museum (SAM) opens late, allowing visitors to enjoy the museum and its exhibitions after dark. January 12 sees the launch of its 2018 Late Nights programme, and until March the lineup is extra special; expect live music performances intertwined with hypnotising visual projections, meet-the-curator sessions for the museum's current exhibition Cinerama, and a food, craft beer and wine pop-up for hungry goers. 

When January 12

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Art From The Streets

What Can't wait for Singapore Art Week next weekend? Art From The Streets, part of the Art Week programme, launches at the ArtScience Museum on Saturday. The largest retrospective of street art to be presented in Southeast Asia to date, expect to see pieces by notable street artists from all over the world, as well as local talent such as Singapore's very own Speak Cryptic. Discover the story behind this dynamic art movement, see breathtaking works by names such as Obey, Banksy and Invader, and leave your own mark by contributing to the exhibition's graffiti wall. Ten artists have also created works on the gallery walls which will be painted over once the exhibition comes to an end, highlighting the medium's ephemeral nature.

When January 13 to June 3

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Singapore Motorshow

What Now in its thirteenth edition, the city's annual celebration of all things car-related roars into action at Suntec Singapore this weekend. Two floors of exhibition space play host to over 25 automobile brands and a number of lifestyle products and services. Expect display cars galore, precision driving demonstrations by stunt driver Russ Swift, DJ performances, exclusive deals, plenty of activities (including a racing simulator) and even celebrity appearances courtesy of the event's partner, Mediacorp. 

When January 11 to 14

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The Vienna Boy's Choir

What One of Europe's most famous boys' choirs, the Vienna Boy's Choir has sung at Vienna's Imperial Chapel since 1296, and counts Joseph Haydn and Franz Schubert among its alumni. Although they tour regularly, this concert kickstarts an all-new Singapore Vienna Boys' Choir Week, which comprises workshops, talks and performances by the group, as well as opportunities to meet members of the choir. Ranging from medieval to contemporary repertoire, the concert highlights the choir's breadth and diversity, as well as demonstrating staggering musicianship from such young performers.

When January 13

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