What to do and where to go this weekend in Singapore.
Combining showmanship with sustainability is the iLight Marina Bay festival. Showcasing over 20 installations that are using energy saving and sustainable materials, it shows us that pretty doesn't mean to literally cost the earth.
If you haven't read this best-selling book then you really need to get down to the stage play before it ends. With five Tonys and seven Olivier awards under it's belt, this view altering play has come to Singapore for the very first time so get your hands on tickets while you can.
Celebrating artists with disabilities, this three day festival is worth a visit. From dance troops to multimedia concerts, this is one festival you won't want to miss.
Whether you are an under water buff or whether it's an educational day for the little ones, this is one worth taking the time to see. Get up close and personal with tiger sharks, learn how to take the best kind of aquarium photographs thanks to the professionals on hand and learn more about the magnificent sea life with interactive activities on hand.
From gender equality to the #metoo movement, there has never been a more important time for women to stand up and make their voices heard. So, with that in mind, get yourself on down to the women taking charge performances as leading female authors, including Ning Cai, Ang Geck Geck and Monica Lim discuss their experiences and challenges they have faced as a female author.