Foodie things, a mid-week throwback party and more

Well, that was one heck of a weekend. Whether you're still trying to get over the crazy double party at the Bandwagon Riverboat, Ed Sheeran's amazing performance or the Singapore Writers Festival's hilarious closing debate, this coming week has it all cut out for you. Start the week off with a seemingly French pop-up over at Open Farm Community, try out a new workout on water at ParkRoyal on Beach Road mid-week and be sure to head to Temple Cellars' The Alt Market to kick off your weekend.

Monday, Nov 13

Open Farm Community

A trio of French chefs are taking over Open Farm Community's kitchen where they'll be using ingredients from local farms and putting their French touch on all 12 small and sharing plates. There's even an omakase "feed me" menu available. Nov 13-Dec 3

Masego started off creating videos of himself live-looping with his sax, beat machine and keyboard on YouTube until producers like Kaytranada and FKJ began to notice him. Since then, he coined the term "trap house jazz" to describe his unique sound. He'll be captivating audience with his music and charm at Kilo Lounge this month. Nov 13

If you’ve always wanted to try the affordably priced products on Qoo10 (but feared they were too cheap to be true), now’s your chance to cast all apprehension aside. For the first time, the e-commerce retailer is taking the great deals offline for a Digital Fair at Plaza Singapura. Over 35 digital and IT stores will be participating. Through Nov 15

The Substation asks all the tough questions with Discipline The City, a three-act exhibition exploring the politics of space, control and access in Singapore, through a series of experiential installations from local and international artists. Be prepared to leave disillusioned and wondering: who really owns the city? Read our interview with Alan Oei, artistic director of The Substation here. Through Nov 26 (Act III)

Tuesday, Nov 14

"Urban Distortions" by transitscape for Arts in Your Neighbourhood

Catch everyone's favorite drag queen comedian Kumar as he dishes out his usual antics, politically incorrect rants and Singapore issues-based jokes at Canvas. Nov 14

You don't have to travel all the way to Hong Kong just to watch Feist do her thing at Clockenflap because Esplanade is bringing her here for this edition of Mosaic Music series; the same one that brought us Rachael Yamagata, Grimes and earlier this year, PJ Harvey. Nov 14

Korean funny-man Walter Hong, who currently co-hosts “The Walter & PK Show” on AMN Radio AM 1540 Radio Korea and does stand-up at the Chocolate Sundaes at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood, is coming to Singapore for a one-night-only performance at Hero's. He's even worked with big names like Kevin Hart and Damon Wayans. Nov 14

This year's annual National Arts Council Arts in Your Neighbourhood (AYN) is back to revitalize the Jurong, Ang Mo Kio, Tampines, Chong Pang, Woodlands, Yew Tee, Toa Payoh and Bedok heartlands through a host of 40 arts activities ranging from music to dance, theater, and the literary and visual arts. Through Nov 26

Singapore's hills will be alive once again with The Sound of Music this month, as one of the most highly-acclaimed productions out of West End returns to MasterCard Theatres. Tickets range from $65-185 via Sistic. Through Dec 3

Wednesday, Nov 15

Bar Rouge Singapore

If you need a good fix of throwback music in the middle of the week, head up to Bar Rouge Singapore as Tony Tay provides a repertoire of the best of '80s and '90s music. Nov 15

If high-intensity interval training (HIIT) isn't a challenge for you anymore, try doing it on water. Over at ParkRoyal on Beach Road, these low impact classes will require you to do a fun, full body workout that include burpees, lunges, squats and aquaclimbers on a solid float in their pool. If not, you can always try doing Yoga. Nov 15

Robert Parker Wine Advocate (RPWA) is launching their inaugural GastroMonth, where you can skip waiting lists of revered restaurants in Singapore and enjoy a whole month of wining and dining, workshops, and more. Through Nov 26

On the 75th anniversary of the fall of Singapore, the National Museum of Singapore remembers 1942, with their first large-scale, blockbuster war exhibition featuring more than 130 artefacts from 10 overseas museums and institutions. It’s the biggest collection of war stories to date. Check out the exhibition to explore events and portrayals of World War II beyond just your textbook syllabus. Through Mar 21 (2017)

Thursday, Nov 16

Foodpanda's First Bite Pop Up

Local food delivery service Foodpanda, which just recently changed logo, is throwing their First Bite Pop Up; a big bash for all to enjoy food from some of their partners like Guzman Y Gomez and Pizza Express. Yes there'll be booze. Nov 16

The French make films like they make their wines—with finesse, and attention to detail. Organized by the French Embassy, Institut Francais Singapour and Alliance Francaise, this edition of French Film Festival boasts 16 French comedies, dramas, thrillers and biopics that flaunt the diversity and artistry of French cinema. Through Nov 19

Friday, Nov 17

Let's Go Jalan-Jalan at The Three Peacocks

Prepare for a heady night of techno and house as German-born DJ, producer and label owner Marc Romboy enters the cage at Headquarters by the Council to dish out his brand of music. Nov 17

Head over to the less-explored space of Labrador Park as Let's Go Jalan Jalan transforms it into a 100-stall food and music festival that centers on local heritage. Nov 17-19

It's all about craft beers, ciders, sakes, minimal intervention wines and small batch spirits over at Temple Cellars' The Alt Mkt. Over a span of three days, bring out your inner connoisseur and taste over 250 unique products and partake in exclusive masterclasses and sharing sessions by their partners and industry experts. Pick your favorite bottles and stock up for the holiday season to enjoy 25 percent off usual retail prices. And yes, there will be grub to munch on and great tunes to accompany the weekend too. Nov 17-19

Beautify your home with new contemporary pieces of artwork by shopping at the Autumn edition of Affordable Art Fair. There'll be works from 69 galleries representing over 500 artists from Singapore, Asia and the rest of the world to check out. Nov 17-19

The third edition of Objectifs’ Women in Photography group exhibition spotlights eight international and local women photographers and their works exploring domesticity and family. Follow Belgian photographer Bieke Depoorter around North America where she documents the homes of strangers who let her stay a night in I Am About to Call it a Day; or peruse uncomfortable portraits of Bangladeshi housewives and housemaids in Jannatul Mawa’s Close Distance. Through Nov 19