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It seems fitting that most of the interesting events happening in November are art and culture-related! As we start planning for our end of the year holidays and finishing up our tasks, what better way to brighten the month than to indulge in the work of thoughtful and creative talents? Who knows, perhaps you can kindle some much needed inspiration and motivation if you choose to attend one of these interesting events!
- 10 Years of Books Actually (18 – 22 Nov)
Books Actually is a local bookstore that is a must-visit if you’re ever in the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood. Not only is the well-loved, homey store a treasure trove of unique books you won’t find anywhere else in the world, Books Actually publishes and support local writers! It is holding a special exhibition as it celebrates its 10th birthday this November. More details can be found on its Facebook page!
- Singapore Writer’s Festival (30 Oct – 8 Nov)
If you’re a fan of the written word, don’t miss out on this annual event in the beginning of November. With a wide range of events not necessarily limited to writing, there is something for everyone regardless of their interests. Don’t worry about getting tickets, because some events are also free to the public to attend! Check out the entire line-up on their official website here!
- Freedom Film Fest SG (14 – 15 Nov)
The film lovers can look forward to this special film festival that will be held along Beach Road. A wide array of films will be shown – local, international, shorts, and documentaries – to keep you entertained and inspired. Ticket prices are by donation, so give as much as you wish to attend this fun visual event. More details can be found here (:
- iNCH – Letters to Ubin EP Launch (26 Nov)
Last but not least, whether or not you support or listen to local artists, why not spend a night at local artist iNCH’s EP launch? We love supporting our local talents, and iNCH’s music is described as acoustic folk with a delightful blend of with alternative rock, electronic music, jazz and pop. Sound interesting? Listen to one of her original singles on her Youtube channel here!