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Welcome to Expat Choice Events . We have selected event partners from across the region. We cut through the clutter and share unusual and unexpected events with you on a regular basis. This is the page where awesomeness happens - for you, your friends, your international visitors and your family.

 

Support our Fringe Festival: Ayer Hitam, a Black History of Singapore

19 January, 2019 (Saturday afternoon)

Both a history lesson and a theatrical event, this special performance features actress Sharon Frese exploring the history and influence of the African diaspora in Singapore. Frese shares images and documents relating to slavery, colonialism, jazz and the nationalist struggle.

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Twelfth Night — Shakespeare in a Garden

22 February, 2019 (Friday evening)

This theatre event features the Handlebards theatre troupe performing their comical take of this classic play in the gorgeous garden of a black & white house, under the stars, with wine too.

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Indian Night in a Heritage House

22 March, 2019 (Friday evening)

This cultural evening held at an atmospheric colonial-era house on Mt. Emily — home to the Kult Kafe bar and community arts space — features drinks, Indian snacks and an Indian-style dance performance by a local performing arts school.

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Jazz Evening in the Garden of a Black & White House

13 April, 2019 (Saturday evening)

One of Jane’s SG Tours’ most popular evenings, enjoy live jazz music, delicious wine and the ambience of a lovely garden of a colonial-era black & white house.

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Screening of Ken Kwek's new play "This Is What Happens to Pretty Girls"

10-26 May, 2019 (Exact date to be announced, 23?)

This special theatre event will include a screening of Kwek’s new play, which is based on the #MeToo movement and is part of Pangdemonium's 2019 line-up. Kwek is one of Singapore’s most talented and respected film makers.

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Film Evening at the Historic Shaw Studios

15 June, 2019 (Saturday evening)

Mingle with wine at the 1940s-era Shaw Studios, where many films were shot and produced during Singapore’s golden age of film in the 1950s and 60s. After a short talk and viewing of vintage movie clips, move on to the Vagabond Hotel for a screening of a film written/directed by a notable Singaporean film maker.

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5 December 2018
Now this is a good idea. Seeing some upper coming events in the near and distant future. Helps me plan for what I want to see and attend. Fantastic idea.

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