5 Things To Stream At Home This Week: 18th to 24th May 2020

After seven weeks of staying at home, lift your spirits this week with our selection of events on the web. Laugh out loud with Pangdemonium’s Chinglish or play a game of Late Night Bingo. If the circuit breaker blues are getting you down now, do something new – make your own cocktails or wind down with a wellness livestream.

Practice Mindfulness with Project Happiness

Organised by Singapore Arts Museum, Project Happiness is a new weekly wellness livestream hosted by founder of The Breath Movement, Cheryl Tan. Hoping to empower individuals to enhance their well-being, these sessions are sure to give you ample time to relax and reflect on the happenings in one’s life. Each session also draws inspiration from different works in the museum, offering different experiences each week. Take this chance to unwind and reconnect with your inner self amid these uncertain times. 

Project Happiness streams every Wednesday at 8pm on the SAM Facebook page.

Watch Chinglish by Pangdemonium

For fun and engagement in your screen time, catch Chinglish by Pangdemonium, the Singapore theatre company’s thrilling bilingual comedy. Written by Tony-award winning David Henry Hwang, Chinglish follows an American businessman on his trip to China, where he realises that much more than language gets lost in translation. Performed in both Chinese and English, this is sure to get you laughing through wordplay and jokes. The play’s three-week run in 2015 sold out, so this is your one chance to catch the whole play online complete with subtitles.

Watch Chinglish by Pangdemonium from now till May 21 here.

Make Your Own Cocktails with SGCF@HOME

From now till 31 May 2020, enjoy a delicious cocktail from the comfort of your own home with SGCF@HOME. A prelude to the Singapore Cocktail Festival happening in October 2020, cocktail fans can order original creations from Singapore’s best bars and restaurants meant to signify unity in this time. Try interesting concoctions like Madame President (S$30 for two) by Jigger and Pony, a negroni with a Singaporean twist. Virtual cocktail-making workshops are also available, so channel your master bartending skills and book a slot now to create your own signature drink. 

For the complete list of participating bars, their signature cocktails and order details, click here

Laugh Along to Late Night Bingo with ANDSOFORTH

Join the founders of ANDSOFORTH in an entertaining night full of surprises of Late Night Bingo. Is the circuit breaker slowly driving you crazy? Take this chance to release your stress at home by playing to win with your bingo cards. Up to S$300 worth of prizes can be won, ranging from exclusive merchandise to a pair of tickets to their latest show, Around the World in 80 Days. This is the last session of Late Night Bingo and tickets are selling out fast, so don’t miss out on a night of excitement. 

Late Night Bingo will be happening on May 23 at 10pm. Tickets can be bought at S$5 here.

Broaden Your Horizons with Art + Live: An Ekphrastic Series 

A collaboration by the National Gallery of Singapore and Sing Lit Station, Art + Live: An Ekphrastic Series invites Singapore’s foremost writers, poets and playwrights to discuss various gallery exhibitions each week. The first edition of this series features writer and photographer Diana Rahim, bringing viewers through Chua Soo Bin: Truths and Legends as well as her own poems and photography. Got your creative juices flowing? A creative writing prompt is given at the end of every session for you to try writing something of your own. 

Art + Live: An Ekphrastic Series streams every Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm on the National Gallery  Facebook page

Top Image: Chinglish by Pangdemonium

Janelle Wong


Janelle is the human form of a sloth. When she’s not sleeping or eating her weight in food, she can be found baking, reading or watching a new Korean drama. She dreams of opening her own book café one day.