5 Things To Do This Week In Singapore: 27th March to 2nd April 2017

This week sees UK band Honeyblood’s debut performance in Singapore as well as the return of the annual Singapore International Jazz Festival. Looking for something else other than music? Support a local comedy production, visit a HK/SG photobook exchange exhibit, and pig out at FYR as they celebrate their second anniversary.

Songs For Children Proudly Presents Honeyblood14702427_1423336314362961_348085947133931641_n

Formed in 2012, Honeyblood hails from Glasgow and they’ve been touted one of the most exciting new UK bands to emerge in recent years. Taking inspiration from dark and cloudy ’90s indie rock luminaries like PJ Harvey, Sonic Youth, Lush and Throwing Muses, Honeyblood are a glorious combination of noise pop and indie rock. Songs for Children welcomes them to Singapore for their first time here.

Honeyblood is happening on 27 March 2017, from 730pm at Hood Bar and Cafe. Tickets are priced from $33, available via Peatix. For more details, check out their event page here.

Esplanade Studios Presents This Chord And Others1479806516816

This Chord and Others is a comedy about friendship and a witty exploration of identity through the eyes of three young men – Sukdev, Gerald and Thomas. The three friends work together and enjoy spending time with one another, until a bump in the road threatens their friendship. Be tickled pink by this local performance!

This Chord and Others is happening from 30 March to 2 April 2017 at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Tickets are priced from $17, available via Sistic. For more details, check out their event page here.

Singapore International Jazz Festival 201715723362_1335318533155375_3490719362942045242_o

Music lovers can look forward to an unparalleled 30 hours of world class music at the fourth Singapore International Jazz Festival (Sing Jazz). Already billing a star-studded line-up of multiple award-winning artists, SING JAZZ is set to add the likes of Corinne Bailey Rae, Esperanza Spalding, Chaka Khan, Gilles Peterson and Ray Parker Jr., as well as local favourites Aaron James Lee and Ernesto Enriquez.

Singapore International Jazz Festival is happening from 31 March to 2 April 2017, from 5pm at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets are priced from $108, available via Apactix. For more details, check out their event page here.

Objectifs and TheBookShow Presents: HK/SG Photobook Exchange17310124_1473529029347948_8271786311095739584_o

The HK/SG Photobook Exchange is a two-day event showcasing photobooks by Hong Kong photographers. There will be a mini photobook exhibition from Hong Kong, artist talks, slideshow and a forum session with Hong Kong photographers Chan Dick, Paul Yeung and Doreen Chan. These Hong Kong artists will also be selling their photobooks during the event.

The HK/SG Photobook Exchange is happening on 1 & 2 April 2017, from 12pm at 155 Middle Road, Singapore 188977. Entry is by donation and registration is via Peatix. For more details, check out their event page here.

FYR Celebrates 2nd Anniversary13528072_1109618205794272_8966491592657992696_o

The city’s top carnivore restaurant and home of the definitive “pre-historic” Caveman Supper is celebrating its 2nd birthday! The restaurant will be throwing a Caveman Cookout party to make its corner of the CBD the place to be on a Sunday afternoon. Expect lots of food, lots of beer and live music. FYR will also be donating half of the proceeds from the Caveman Cookout to the Singapore Children’s Society.

FYR Celebrates 2nd Anniversary is happening on 2 April 2017, from 12pm at 19 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069619. For more details, check out their event page here.

Joanne Tay


Joanne enjoys penning down her thoughts alongside immersing herself in new experiences and with meeting new people. And if not helmed with a pen and a notebook, she advocates for animals and is overly-enthusiastic about food from all cultures. Her favourite guilty pleasures: chocolates, wine and cheese.

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