Experience the best of Singapore’s Arts, Culture & Culinary scene this weekend in Sydney

Over three days this weekend Singapore: Inside Out will showcase the best of Singapore’s most creative talents at an epic, free event running from 3-5 November at a series of venues in Chippendale.

One of Australia’s most prolific newsreaders, and major style maven Lee Lin Chin has been confirmed to join the lineup of talent for the event. Lee Lin, who grew up in Singapore, will bring her signature style to the event paying homage to her home country via a live news bulletin on Saturday at 5pm.

Singapore: Inside Out will takeover Kensington Street and The Old Clare Hotel in Chippendale with a creative festival of Singapore’s finest arts, music and eats, including 11 art installations, 12 performances and five award-winning chefs.

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Ezzam Rahman makes sculptures from unconventional materials, like the dead skin from his feet.

Our pick of highlights over the three-day event include:

Sculptures made from dead skin Ezzam Rahman is best known for using unconventional materials to sculpt his masterpieces, in particular the dead skin from his feet. ‘Skin Series’ features carefully sculpted flowers and insects and will be displayed at The Old Clare Hotel over the weekend.

Heart Attack Fried Rice Indulge in Jeremy Choek’s Ribeye Beef with ‘Heart Attack’ Fried Rice.A Michelin Bib Gourmand recipient, Cheok​ will​ command Alex Lee Kitchen​ at Spice Alley.

Art Installation See more than two million clothes tag pins converted into cloud-like, Instagrammable moments courtesy of fashion designer Grace Tan.

Singaporean flavoured cocktails World-class mixologist Peter Chau will create divine cocktails inspired by authentic Singaporean flavours, which will be available for free sample and purchase at The Old Clare Bar. Think a modern take on the iconic Singapore Sling – the Singapore Swing, as well as ingredients such as Teh Tarik (pulled tea), Kopi (Singaporean coffee) and the unusual Butterfly Pea Flower for the Purple Haze, which changes colour as its mixed!

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Mixologist Peter Chau will shake up Singaporean cocktails at The Old Clare Bar.

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Pictured at top: Lee Lin Chin

 

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