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From special Valentine’s Day dinners to art exhibitions and French theatre, you are spoilt for choice!

2nd February – LPB Market

Join LPB Market for a Wine Apero with 4 new wines to discover in their cellar! Accompanied by cheese and cold cut plates, its guaranteed you will have a good evening.

3rd February – SO France Claymore

SO France & KUNDA – 4 course dinner
Inspired by the legendary parties of the most glamourous city in the South of France, expect nothing less than top notch food, good people, funky music, live entertainment, and lots of fun!

You will discover a decadent 4 course dinner that will start from 7.30pm, but you may also just join for drinks and tapas whenever you are ready! Either way, you’re in for a treat and a night to remember!

Music will be by KUNDA on the decks all night.

*This is a ticketed event, limited seats availabl

8th to 14th of February – Les Bouchons Outlets

A special dinner for Valentine’s
Take a reservation at les Bouchons on Valentine’s day evening for a delicious feast on their exclusive platter composed of premium Terre et Mer products!

Available from the 8th of February to the 14th of February at all Les Bochons outlets.

A 4 hands dinner!

Showcasing the best of Chef Carles Abellan from Tapas,24 Barcelona & Chef Benjamin Yip from L’Angelus for one night only through a 5-course dinner with Amuse Bouche and Petit Fours on 11th of February at l’Angelus.

After playing his first show in front of packed houses in Shanghai and Hong Kong in 2018, Félix Dhjan returns to Asia with his new show “Nuances”. In this show, Félix Dhjan plays with the modern world with a very singular style.

A resident of the Jamel Comedy Club on Canal+, a columnist on Rire et Chansons with his character “Monsieur Connard”, Félix arrives in Singapore and Bangkok with an authentic, raw and hilarious show.

“We could describe this show to you with cheesy words such as decapitant or abracadabrantesque but that would bore us in advance so come. Or throw this flyer at an old lady. Kisses ” Felix Dhjan

10th to 14th of February – Ode to Art at Raffles City Centre

Patrick Rubinstein is all about love, as seen through his works dedicated to the most powerful human emotion of all.

This February, he will host his first solo exhibition ‘Love in Motion’ at Ode To Art, located in Raffles City Shopping Centre. The exhibition celebrates Rubinstein’s main theme – love – with his futuristic and avant – garde works that celebrate movement and motion at the crossroads of Optical, Pop, and Street Art. Uniting the principles of optical art and kinetic art, Rubinstein’s sophisticated works are known to trick the eye, and push the boundaries of his viewers’ perceptions.

14, 15 & 16th of February – Stamford Arts Centre

If you are looking for plans for Valentines Day, you can opt for a theatre evening!

Boeing Boeing was written in 1960 and depicts the tribulations of a man who has a love affair with not one, not two, but three beautiful young women who are stewardesses. Everything goes well until the day where it all falls apart…

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