Five things to do in Singapore over the weekend of February 7-9

This weekend, select from a series of exciting performances or unique hands-on workshops. From a DIY sourdough masterclass, a weaving workshop, to a re-stage of Apsaras Arts' Dvayam, there is sure to be something that floats your boat. 

Details below: 

1. DVAYAM - Perspectives of Duality

Photo courtesy: Apsaras Arts
Photo courtesy: Apsaras Arts

Explore the age old theme of Duality through dance by Seema Hari Kumar and Devapriya Appan of Apsaras Arts. When there is Two there is co-existence, discordence, parallelism and dependence.

DVAYAM by Apsaras Arts premiered in 2011 presented by Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, featuring Seema Hari Kumar and Devapriya Appan along with guest artistes from India. The production will be re-presented for inaugural performance for "Remembering Neila Sathyalingam Festival", which is an annual rememberence of the founder of Apsaras Arts.

When: February 9
Where: Stamford Arts Centre
Entry: SGD 25

2. Valentine's Day: Coffee & Chocolate Pairing Workshop

Photo courtesy: Papa Palheta FB
Photo courtesy: Papa Palheta FB

Explore the world of specialty coffee and cacao, and immerse your senses with three unique coffees from Latin America paired with artisan chocolates sourced from different regions in Vietnam.

All participants will receive an eCapitaStar Voucher which can be used to redeem a complimentary 125g bag of coffee by PPP Coffee, OR a 24g bar of chocolate by Marou Chocolate.

When: February 8
Where: PPP Coffee
Entry: SGD 26.75

3. Chit Ya Patt

Photo courtesy: Noor Productions
Photo courtesy: Noor Productions

Chit Ya Pat is a Hindi adaptation of the popular Marathi play Chapa Kata. It unfolds the life of Uttara, an aged, widowed and lonely mother whose only support is her daughter Maitreyi.

The play looks at a question that often gets thrown around in society. Should parents expect their children to put their lives on hold and look after them in their old age? Are children duty bound to execute this while shelving their ambitions and dreams? Maitreyi and Uttara start off as two friends – and through the journey of the play, find their true understanding of each other as mother and daughter. 

When: February 7-8
Where: Stamford Arts Centre
Entry: SGD 25

4. Weaving Workshop (Beginners) - Make a Wall Hanging on a Loom

Photo courtesy: cord x clay
Photo courtesy: cord x clay

Learn how to weave on a simple lap loom in this weaving workshop for beginners! Elisa will be teaching you the basic techniques (tabby, rya knotting, soumak) which will enable you to create your own unique wall weaving from start to finish.

The lesson will guide you through a sample pattern, but you will be free to pick your own colour palette and materials, as well as make your own specific design choices as you go. Enjoy the process of organic creation, and see where it leads you! 

When: February 8
Where: Marine Parade
Entry: SGD 150

5. DIY Sourdough Workshop

Photo courtesy: Mahota Singapore
Photo courtesy: Mahota Singapore

Are you a fan of sourdough bread and keen to enjoy the goodness of naturally leavened, gut friendly home baked breads?

Discover how slow fermentation allows wild yeast & bacteria to break down the protein in flour and "consume" the starches, making it easily digestible. This guided hands-on intensive workshop with sourdough expert to learn how to make your own starter and maintain it, as well as how to bake your own sourdough bread.When: February 8

When: February 8
Where: Mahota Singapore
Entry: SGD 205

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