This mega list of things to do will keep you busy all ‘round the month!
Okay, real talk: January felt like an eternity. Say aye if you’re glad it’s going to be over soon. Moving forward, we’re excited to see what February has in store for us. The first two weeks are filled with interesting art exhibitions and theatre shows that’ll keep culture vultures happy, ending with Valentine’s Day for romantics. Psst… check out our guides to Valentine’s Day parties and some super cool and romantic V-day dinner ideas, here! Presenting the best things to do this month!
(Postponed) Fitness & Wellness: Live Better with Pure Yoga and Pure Fitness
8 Feb 25 April
[Update as of 4 Feb: In light of the recent Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in Singapore, we are postponing the event to 25 April as a precautionary measure. Our event listing has all the info you need.]
It’s the hottest wellness event in town. Yes, our Live Better series is back with mind and body talks, wellness activities (yoga, Tabata or Zumba, anyone?), a make-your-own smoothie station and a health marketplace. Bring your friends along for a great start to the weekend.
Live Better with Pure Yoga and Pure Fitness, 9:30am-1:30pm, Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore, 100 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079333
Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest
7 Feb – 8 Mar
Two protagonists tell white lies to add some spice into their love lives. Jack creates an avatar called Ernest to run away from his dull country life and woo the girl of his dreams. On the other hand, his best friend, Algernon, changes his name to Ernest to impress Jack’s pretty ward, Cecily. The show turns into a riot of fun when both identities are uncovered. Theatre and film director, Glen Goei, puts an interesting spin on Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy by casting an all-male ensemble.
The Importance of Being Earnest, Tue-Fri: 7.30pm; Sat: 2.30pm & 7.30pm; Sun: 2.30pm, Wild Rice, #04-08, Funan, 107 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179105
Concert: Pentatonix The World Tour Singapore 2020
The world’s most popular a cappella group is coming to town once again! The quintet seems to have taken a liking to Singapore, making this its fourth concert in a span of six years. Expect heavenly vocal harmonies, percussion and beatboxing – and hopefully a cello-boxing number by Kevin – as they cover hits such as “Attention”, “Havana”, “New Rules x Are You That Somebody” and more. Though the concert happens in February, we’re secretly hoping for a couple of Christmas songs. Oh, and “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” from Disney’s The Lion King, of course! We can dream, amirite?
Pentatonix: The World Tour Singapore 2020, 8pm, The Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
Eat & Party: Sky High Brunch
Ce La Vi’s OTT Sky High Brunch series is back to add some spunk to your weekend! Enjoy four hours of non-stop drinks such as Veuve Clicquot champagne, premium pours, cocktails and a contemporary Asian buffet featuring a satay station, duck curry, braised chicken in green curry and desserts like Vietnamese coffee lolly, pecan caramel tart and mango cheesecake, along with signature house beats.
Sky High Brunch, 12pm-4pm, Ce La Vi Singapore, Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
Shop & Eat: Chatuchak Night Market
Is the coronavirus aka COVID-19 putting a damper on your travel plans to Bangkok? Don’t fret ‘cos the popular Thai weekend market is right here in Singapore. Held from February all the way through May, the pop-up will feature over 200 shopping and food vendors that’ll rotate every two weeks so there’s always something new to discover.
Chatuchak Night Market, until 3 May, Tuesdays to Sundays, 4.30pm-10.30pm, The Grandstand South Carpark, 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994
Theatre: The Son
20 Feb – 7 Mar
The Son pulls on the heartstrings as it explores urgent mental health issues among the youth. Watch actors Adrian Pang, Nazray, Serene Chan and more as they show off their acting chops in this brutally honest drama.
The Son, Tue-Fri: 8.00pm; Sat:3.00pm & 8.00pm; Sun: 3.00pm, Drama Centre Theatre, #03-01, National Library Building, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064
Eat: Art Box presents Eat Box
21-23, 28-29 Feb; Mar 1
From the folks that brought you Art Box last year, this mega event is for all you foodies. It’s not all finger-lickin’ good grub and thirst-quenching drinks though. There’ll also be live performances by local artists and arcade games that’ll unleash your inner kid.
Eat Box, 3pm-11pm, Downtown East, D’Marquee & Open Plaza 1&2, 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Downtown East, Singapore 519599
Party: Silent Disco Asia
Party 57 levels up in the sky with surrounding 360-degree views of Singapore, thanks to Silent Disco Asia’s next blowout. The 500-capacity dance floor means there’s plenty of space to show ‘em how it’s done. All you have to do is pick your fave tunes from the three resident DJs and dance the night away.
Silent Disco Asia, 10pm-2am, Marina Bay Sands Observation Deck, Level 57, Tower 3, Sands Sky Park, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Sustainable From Head To Toe
Get some retail therapy at this sustainable fashion trunk show where you’ll meet the people behind brands like Ma Te Sai, Muta.wear, Truth&all and The Green Collective. They’ll also chime in on what fashion means to them, after which you’ll be treated to an upcycled workshop.
Sustainable From Head To Toe, 2pm-6pm, The Green Collective, #02-18, Funan Mall, 107 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179105
Play: Trivia Night Vol 1: Astrology
It’s not every day you get to enjoy a trivia that’s all about astrology. The Moon has put together its first-ever trivia night so bring your friends and get those crystals and charts ready.
Trivia Night Vol 1: Astrology, 7.30pm-9.30pm, The Moon, 37 Mosque Street, Singapore 059515
Watch: Bosch: the Garden of Dreams – Film & Talk
Get your dose of culture via this interesting documentary about the legacy of Hieronymus Bosch, the innovator of early Netherlandish painting. The film will hone on in the artist’s body of work, including his famous painting “The Garden of Delights”. There’ll also be a pre-show talk by guest lecturer Dr Sian Jay should you have any questions.
Bosch: the Garden of Dreams, 5pm-7.30pm, The Projector, #05-00, Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road, Singapore 199589
Art: Stealing Public Space
Until 23 Feb
Comprising 25 artists and 31 historical and newly-commissioned works by established and emerging artists, Stealing Public Space explores Southeast Asian contemporary art in public spaces. Traverse the grounds of The Substation for conversation-starting art pieces.
Stealing Public Space, various timings, The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936
Art: Love Stories by Eva Armisen
From 23 Feb
Renowned Spanish artist, Eva Armisen, debuts her first solo exhibition in Singapore. Titled Love Stories, the exhibition follows the importance of family bonding and multi-generational love. Witness a family of three generations with their adorable family pets through Eva’s signature child-like works.
Love Stories by Eva Armisen, 23 Feb-7 Mar, 11am–9pm daily, #01-36E/F, Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103
Fitness & Wellness: Barefoot Sunset Yoga at Funan Rooftop
Spend your Wednesday evening treating your body right by swapping happy hour with a yoga sesh. Be one with nature and join yoga master, Wenlin, at the beautiful rooftop garden at Funan Mall. Everybody say, “omm”!
Barefoot Sunset Yoga, 7pm-8pm, rooftop of Funan, 107 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179105
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq The World Singapore
RuPaul’s official drag race world tour is coming to Singapore and it’s going to be out of this world. Follow mission leader Michelle Visage, along with queens Aquaria, Kameron Michaels, Asia O’Hara, Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls, Monét X Change and Violet Chachki as they take you on a journey to save the galaxy. This is one glorious drag revue you don’t wanna miss!
RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq The World Singapore, 7pm-10pm, The Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
Festival: Garden Beats 2020
After a rocking event in 2019, Garden Beats Festival is back for its seventh edition. Be one with nature as the festival focuses on three pillars – music, arts and conscious living. On the line-up, we have indie headliner Foals, electronic duo Gioli and Assia, and loads more.
Garden Beats 2020, 1pm onwards, Fort Canning Park, River Valley Road, Singapore 179037
Known for its immersive art exhibitions, teamLab is showcasing seven digital exhibits at the futuristic Gardens by the Bay. Oh, and did we mention they’re totally ‘gram-worthy?
#futuretogether, until 15 March, various timings, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Drink: The Nyetimber Secret Garden at 1880
Until 29 Feb 2020
Head over to 1880 as the space is transformed into a boozy garden, making way for English sparkling wine Nyetimber. Nyetimber Classic Cuvee and Rosé will be going by the glass and bottle, and no judgments if you choose the latter all for yourself.
The Nyetimber Secret Garden at 1880, various timings, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
Eat: We Bare Bears X Kumoya pop-up cafe
Love We Bare Bears? The cartoon trio will be taking over Kumoya Cafe till April! From the food to the decor, this is the first fully-themed We Bare Bears pop-up cafe in town, and fans can also look forward to exclusive merchandise up for grabs!
We Bare Bears X Kumoya pop-up cafe, until 12 April, Tue – Thu & Sun 12pm-9:30pm, Fri – Sat 12pm-10:30pm, Kumoya Cafe, 8 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199320
What you missed
Party: Kampong Boogie returns to The Great Escape
Boogie like there’s no tomorrow at this no-frills rooftop discotheque. Groove along to some uber cool funk, soul, hip hop, house, tropical and disco beats as special guest, The Donn aka Don Wang, along with other Kampong Boogie all-stars will be scratching the most unforgettable tracks.
Kampong Boogie returns to The Great Escape, 6pm-2am, Victoria Wholesale Centre, 101 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339508
Theatre: Are You There Singapore?
5 – 8 Feb
This political play written by Robert Yeo – and considered to be one of the first of its kind in Singapore – travels with a group of university students in London around the time of Singapore’s independence. How will they get through young adulthood? Watch them as they tackle their political, social and sexual awakening. You’ll soon realise there are more similarities between the present climate and the past.
Are You There Singapore?, 8pm, Singapore Repertory Theatre, 20 Merbau Road, Singapore 238251
Shop: Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market February 2020 Edition
7 – 9 Feb
Our favourite vintage market is back once again for another month of treasure hunting – you’re bound to find something special for sure! Rummage through the coolest antiques, jewellery, art, vinyl records, quirky home decor and so much more. There are also old school DJs and food booths to keep you entertained and fueled throughout the day.
Katong Square Lifestyle & Vintage Market February 2020 Edition, 7 Feb: 4pm-10pm; 8 Feb: 1pm-10pm; 9 Feb: 1pm-10pm, Katong Square, 86-88 East Coast Road, Singapore 428788
Party: Riot Hosted by Becca D’Bus Turns 5
Don’t miss this spectacular drag revue featuring the likes of Femme Fatale, Lisa Dolmat, Luna Thicc, Mika Vogue, Mona Kee Kee and, of course, your queerness, Becca D’Bus. Tickets are selling real quick so you know what to do!
Riot Hosted by Becca D’Bus Turns 5, Hard Rock Cafe Singapore, #02-01, Hpl House, 50 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249724
Eat: Kilo Brunch Club
Head on down to Kilo Kitchen for a boozy afternoon filled with live musical acts, DJ sets and a brand new brunch menu. Feast on classics such as chorizo huevos rancheros, fried chicken and waffles, and grilled cheese toastie – all with a Kilo Kitchen twist. Oh, and there will be free-flow drinks like prosecco, beer, house wine, mimosa and Bloody Mary for two hours (at an additional charge).
Kilo Brunch Club, 11am-3pm, Kilo Kitchen, 97 Duxton Road, Singapore 089541