|Activity 1: 1200h|
|Back to Souk!
Come join us for the third rendition of the flea market at Emily Hill and brace yourself for the New Year with exciting new things and good bargains.
Lather yourself in fresh finds and fashion pieces at SOUK. Work your aesthetic muscles (and calves) while you hunt for that hidden treasure, all done in good vibes. From brand new designs to pre-loved items, surely you can find something here!
And when the shopping is over and your desires sated, sit back and relax with a drink at Wild Oats bar – Happy flea hours from 6pm to 9pm!
Shuttle buses will be available from Bugis Junction to whisk you up every 30mins.
Time: “till 1900H
Venue: Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road
Source: Emily Hill
|Activity 2: 1400h|
|The Voice of the Moon/ La voce della luna
Dir: Federico Fellini
1990 / Italy, France / 123 min / 35 mm / Rating TBC
In Italian and Japanese with English subtitles
The Voice of the Moon is Fellini’s last film before his death in 1993. Based on a novel by Ermanno Cavazzoni titled Il poema dei lunatici/ The Lunatics’ Poem, the film follows an odd couple who has been recently discharged from a mental asylum. Ivo Salvini, played by Roberto Benigni, and Gonnella, played by Paolo Villaggio, wander through the Emilia-Romagna countryside of Fellini’s childhood. They discover a dystopia of television commercials, beauty pageants and rock music which Fellini believes are discontentment of modern civilisation.
The film takes off with Salvini’s infatuation with Aldina Ferruzzi, a blonde beauty whom he equates with the allure of the moon, the origin of his madness and frustration. Along the way, a chance encounter with Gonnella brings them on a magical odyssey through the countryside where they meet various madcap characters, with the film culminating to an extended beauty pageant.
The Voice of the Moon finds Fellini returning to his provincial hometown and its popular culture, where he records a poetic and pessimistic plea for a quieter world, where true communication might just be possible.
Image from BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE
Venue: Gallery Theatre, Basement
Tickets: S$9 – BUY
|Activity 3: 1700h|
With a lack of platforms for regional bands to share the same stage, Tesselation: One will bridge the gap by bringing in regional acts and exposing more Singaporeans to the wide smorgasborg of regional artists that have been making an impact within their respective scenes. The show will also be a breeding ground for talents from all around our region, to come together to build a community within the Singapore Music Scene.
Venue: The Substation Theatre
Tickets: $20 – At door
source: The Substation
|Activity 4: 2045h|
|SPH Gift of Music featuring Jack & Rai
Jack & Rai come together to mentor little rockers aged nine to 16 for this two-day show. The six sets will feature the two local singing-songwriting duo and their apprentices. Witness the future of the local music scene – they just might top the charts a few years down the road!
Time: 7.30 – 8.15pm; 8.45 – 9.30pm, 10 – 10.45pm
Venue: Esplanade – Outdoor Theatre
||Location Map: Esplanade|