Singapore Inside Out Sydney is coming
The best of Singapore’s culinary and arts scene is coming to Singapore: Inside Out this 3 – 5 November, as 11 creative artists, 12 unforgettable performances and 5 award-winning chefs take over Kensington St, Sydney.
The event will see a transformation of Kensington St, with chef collaborations and sampling of delicious Singapore fare, along with art installations, dance and music performances.
Key programme highlights:
- Malcolm Lee – Candlenut
Experience the flavours of Singapore as Malcolm serves up a Peranakan (authentic Singaporean)-themed trio of canapes at the Old Clare Hotel. Malcolm is the head chef and owner of Michelin-starred Candlenut, the word’s only Peranakan restaurant awarded the prestigious Michelin star.
- Jeremy Cheok – New Ubin Seafood
Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient, Jeremy Cheok will takeover Alex Lee Kitchen at Spice Alley. He’ll serve up dishes including his signature, Ribeye Beef with ‘Heart Attack Fried Rice’.
- Peter Chua – Crackerjack Singapore (formerly 28 Hong Kong Street)
Sample a Singapore-inspired cocktail by award-winning mixologist, Peter Chua. Currently the owner of Crackerjack Singapore, Peter was formerly head bartender at 28 Hong Kong St, voted 10th in the World’s 50 Best Bars list in 2016.
- Ezzam Rahman – installation and performance artist, Ezzam is also a trained sculptor who is best known for using unconventional materials, such as dead skin from his feet to create his series of skin sculptures in the form of flowers and insects
- Kirsten Tan – a filmmaker and screenwriter, Donna most recently completed her debut feature titled POP AYE, which went on to win an award at the Sundance Film Festival
- Syndicate – an electronic music collective, Syndicate have brought their futuristic electronica beats to international music festivals such as Gilles Peterson Worldwide Festival in France and the 2016 Big Sound Festival in Brisbane
- Donna Ong – an installation artist, Donna is inspired by the contrast between Singapore’s greenery and landscape of skyscrapers. Her installation reflects a tropical forest made of everyday objects such as steel poles, glasses and beer bottles
- Grace Tan – award-winning artist, Grace comes from a fashion design background and creates large-scale sculptural installations using a variety of textures from the fashion world. Her installation uses over two million plastic clothing tag pins to create a visually stunning structure
- Friday: 12 – 10pm
- Saturday: 12 – 10pm
- Sunday: 12 – 6pm
To find out more, please visit: www.visitsingapore.com/sgioau