From a sunset garden yoga session to a night of melodic death metal, here's how you can spend your week.
Tue, May 24
Aussie comedian Ben Quinlan headlines the next edition of Comedy Masala.
Melodic death metal/Celtic folk metal band Eluveitie perform in Singapore for the first time.
Head to Open Farm Community for a sunset garden yoga session.
Pangdemonium presents the Asian premiere of Falling, the story of two parents doing their best to raise two teenage children, one of whom has severe autism. Stars Tan Kheng Hua, Adrian Pang, Andrew Marko, Neo Swee Lin and Fiona Lim. On until Jun 5.
Wed, May 25
Homebre Cantina teams up with too-cool-for-school yakitori restaurant Bincho for Juan Night in Tokyo which will offer a rad menu of Japanese-inspired small plates.
Held at The Projector, Urban Fork is a collaboration between lensmen Phillipe Diversy and Bob Lee involving eight different 1960s Singapore buildings with the architect's names superimposed into each photo. On until the end of May.
Thu, May 26
The Gathering's first show of 2016 features experimental artist/rapper/DJ/producer Flying Lotus.
Meet Singaporean filmmakers at this cool Six Degrees event.
This year's Pulau Ubin Day is actually going to last five weeks. Pesta Ubin will include walks, cycling and kayaking expeditions, exhibitions, talks, demonstrations and opportunities to experience kampong life. On until Jun 12.
Fri, May 27
The French Animation Film Festival returns for its 5th edition as part of Voilah! French Festival 2016. On until May 29.
Head to Blu Jaz for the launch of Farrago's new album Trilbly Hats and Sunflowers.
Check out the winners of the Kwek Leng Joo Prize of Excellence in Still Photography at DECK.
Specializing in all things offbeat, wild and wacky in the world of the arts, Flipside 2016 features shows like Time For Fun, Don't Explain and Metamorphosis.