Newness
Every generation has found love in the movies via dating sites and Newness is no exception and critics have hailed this movie as love in the internet age. Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa take the lead in this drama that examines the intimate hook up between two millennials and how the relationship take on a dark and twisted life of its own. Those who are active on dating apps will fully appreciate the anticipation and the start of a new relationship.

Watch the official movie trailer here
 

Flying Through Time
From now to Jan 21 catch this action comedy that centres on the goings-on of a mythical relic with magical powers that gets stolen by Dark X. From then on it gets a few hilarious twists and turns as the play moves from ancient Korea to Singapore. Stars Jung Heon Sung and our very own Joshua Tan.

Venue: Resorts World™ Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa
Date:  Sat, 9 Dec 2017-Sun, 21 Jan 2018
Thu & Fri: 8pm
Sat: 2pm & 8pm
Sun: 2pm
25 - 27 Dec: 8pm
1 Jan 2018, Mon: 2pm
Time: 11.00am – 8.00pm
Admission (excludes booking fee): Standard: S$118(Premium), S$98, S$78, S$48
Restricted View: S$38
 

Percussion Fusion
Get ready for a cultural musical mix like you have never seen before in this unique concert performed by Young Artist Award (YAA) recipients. YAA 2011 recipient tabla musician Nawaz Mirajkar and YAA 2015 recipient percussionist Riduan Zalani will perform with Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO). Twin percussion brothers from Tianjin, Gao Chao and Gao Yue, will present a classic showdown in Bull Battling The Tiger, followed by Wang Danhong’s Heavenly Ford. SCO Resident Conductor, who was also 2002’s YAA recipient, Quek Ling Kiong, will helm the evening’s concert and round off the celebrations with Simon Kong’s Drumming in Harmony.

Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Auditorium
Date: 12 & 13 January 2018 (Fri & Sat)
Time: 8pm
Admission (Excludes booking fee): $70, $50, $30/$19
 

Whimsical art
French artist-designer Hubert Le Gall will have his very first solo show in Asia; titled Hubert Le Gall: Welcome To My World. The show, which will officially open this weekend features some of his famous pieces such as the Ferriere commode (a chest of drawers covered with flowers on all sides to conceal its function) and flower tables (inspired by Andy Warhol’s daisies). The 57-year-old, who has designed for luxury brands such as Dior and Ruinart, has also created exciting pieces exclusively for his Singapore show - the Orchid Flower table. About 65 of his works, all limited editions, will be on display at the Singapore exhibition.

Venue: Mazel Galerie, 9 Scotts Road #02-16 Pacific Plaza Singapore 228210
Date: Jan 12 to March 25
Admission: Free