5 Things To Do This Week in Singapore: 5th to 11th February 2018

This week in Singapore, break the sound barrier with the spectacular annual Singapore Airshow, or you know, with the dirty and naughty jokes by veteran comedian Kumar. If you’re into photography, check out Objectifs’ new photo exhibition, or perhaps, free your mind at yoga festival Soulfest and on the dance floor of the latest Ritual party!

Kumar for Beyond

The one and only drag queen-comedian Kumar fights for the greater cause this Thursday with aa special one-night-only fundraiser for the less fortunate. Expect his usual flair and comedy as Kumar addresses the many social disadvantages these people have to cope with and tells stories about inspiring young people trying to accomplish a better living. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Beyond Social Services, and you even get two free drinks too!

See Kumar and do good at the same time on Thursday, 8 February 2018 at Zouk, 8pm – 10pm. Tickets are priced at $100, available here. For more details, check out the event page here.

Passing Time: Opening & Artist Talk 

Passing Time is a solo exhibition of old photographic work by Lui Hock Seng, a former car mechanic who’s accumulated a very impressive portfolio from the 1950s until now. His focus? Capturing daily life in the 60s and 70s and giving an interesting perspective on Singapore’s bygone era with autodidact techniques – a style of darkroom photography that involves manipulating the photos. In conjunction with the exhibition launch, don’t miss an exclusive workshop by street photographer Deanna Ng on the opening day.

Visit Passing Time‘s opening on 10 February 2018 at Objectifs, 12am – 7pm. Admission to the exhibition is free, while the photography workshop is priced at $45. Passing Time will run from 8 February to 11 March 2018.

Singapore Airshow 2018

Asia‘s largest and most important aviation showcase is back with more aerobatic performances and an even greater variety of planes compared to yesteryears! Get up close with the grandiose aircrafts and discover the latest aerospace technologies and innovations in the exhibition hall, and plus, you’ll get to meet the airshow pilots and get their autographs – because how cool are they?

Attention to all aviators! Singapore Airshow 2018 is happening on 10 & 11 February 2018 at the Changi Exhibition Centre, 9.30am – 5pm daily. Tickets are priced at $22 for adults and $9 for kids, available here.

Freedom Yoga’s SoulFest

Let go of the drag and be in the now with SoulFest, the regular yoga extravaganza and soul rejuvenating event hosted by Freedom Yoga. Accompanied by the sounds of crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, start off with a South Bath Meditation with Kalpana Nathan, followed by SoulFlow (instructed by Princess Lai), and then an exciting Blindfold Yoga session with Rachel Mah.

SoulFest is happening on Saturday, 10 February 2018 at Freedom Yoga at Cecil. Tickets are priced at $30 for non-members, book your spot by emailing to hello@freedomyoga.sg. For more details, check out the event page here

Ritual x The Blvck Market Feat: Manfredas & Thomas Von Party

Party series Ritual and The Blvck Market are presenting a very much anticipated Multi Culti label night! Featuring label boss Thomas Von Party and Lithuanian legend Manfredas, look forward to a groovy and chill-out night with a wild variety of craft beers from four Singaporean breweries, including Pirate Life Brewing and Garage Project. To add on to the experience, there will also be an artisanal market (Lilla Lane, Eminent Mien, Baba’s Whisky) and food vendors present, as well as premium vodka from Laplandia at the bar.

Feeling funky? Groove with Ritual on Saturday, 10 February 2018, at Golden X The Great Escape, 4pm – 4am. For more details, check out the event page here
Sybren Rogge


Sybren Rogge is an adventurous spirit with a loving attention for arts and culture. Originally from Amsterdam, he decided to explore the world and now works for City Nomads to dive deep into new trends, great restaurants and bars, parties, festivals, and new exhibitions.