Get your glow on

Who wants to begin 2023 feeling healthy and well? We all do! So get your yoga mat to the Glow Festival at Marina Bay Sands. Kicking off on 4 February, the week-long festival event will play host to over 50 health-based workshops and programmes led by local and international celebrity fitness gurus. Prepare for yoga, Pilates, stretching, cardio workouts, dancing, meditation, and more. “We want to inspire festival goers to adopt new practices to live happier and healthier lives and present them with unique opportunities to unwind,” says festival founder Martin Capstick. Once you’ve had your fill of Zen, take the refreshed glowy you to expend some energy at the festival afterparty at Marquee Singapore on 12 February.


The kind folks behind the event have 30 complimentary classes (worth $49 each) up for grabs for the ANZA community. To get your free class, simply email with the subject line ‘GLOW & ANZA GIVEAWAY’.  See you on the mat!
*closing date 25 Jan 2023

Sights For SAW Eyes

Singapore Art Week (SAW) starts the new year off creatively from 6 – 15 January 2023. This 11th edition welcomes hundreds of local and international art enthusiasts, collectors and the curious to congregate for a packed schedule featuring more than 130 fascinating events. Guests can expect SAW offerings happening across the island including art fairs, experiential programmes, parties, exhibitions, tours and thought-provoking talks.

Go Potty

Wands at the ready, Harry Potter comes to Singapore in February with the fifth installment of the Harry Potter Concert series, Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix. This first-of-its kind concert on the red dot takes place on 17 and 18 February and features the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra performing magical numbers against the backdrop of the movie played on a 40-foot screen. Fans of the Wizarding World will not fail to be captivated.

Put The Kettle On

The Tiger Who Came to Tea is a short children’s story, first published in 1968, about a young girl, her mother, and an anthropomorphised tiger who invites himself to tea and promptly consumes all their food and drink. It’s an adorable tale, set to come alive on stage as part of Singapore’s KidsFest, a three-week event of world-class theatre for little ones (and big ones!). Opens 8 February.

Switch IT Off

Light to Night 2023 returns from 4 – 26 January throughout Singapore’s Civic District. This year, the theme is ‘Here and Now’ with the illuminating visual arts festival exploring what it means be in the present. Highlights include huge day-to-night installations, immersive and multi-sensory experiences, and the Art X Social festival market of over 50 booths of arts and crafts, workshops and refreshments.

Get Your Skates On

Know a Disney fan? They’re in for a treat in March as Disney On Ice is back in Singapore after a long hiatus due to the pandemic. Disney On Ice presents Mickey and Friends takes place from 11-19 March at Singapore Indoor Stadium and promises to bring Disney stories and characters to life alongside sing-a-longs to favourite tunes from Let It Go to Under The Sea.

Hot stuff incoming!

Those of a certain age might be excited to know that legendary American rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers are playing Singapore National Stadium on 16 February 2023. Known for hit songs such as Californication, Scar Tissue, and Give It Away, Antony Kedis and the gang make their way to the Lion City as part of their world tour to promote their thirteenth studio album, Return of the Dream Canteen.

Bukit Timah meets Bangkok

Thailand comes to Singapore this February in the shape of the famous Chatuchak Night Market. The open-air bazaar, which features the same vendors as back in Bangkok, will boast over 180 businesses including street food, antiques, handicrafts and unique shops. Head over for quirky gifts, wardrobe additions, and cool home decor. We have it on good authority that there’ll be plenty of space for non-browsers who can find a spot, with a Cha-Chak Thai Teh Tarik straight from Thailand’s Satun province, and soak up the atmosphere.
The Grandstand South Carpark on Turf Club Road, opens 4.30pm, 7 Feb – 2 April