Events

Blue is the Coolest Colour

Blue is the Coolest Colour

UrbanWire previews Blueprint, Asia’s annual fashion tradeshow in the heart of shopping haven Orchard Road.

Swift Ride to Fame

Swift Ride to Fame

5 finalists slugged it out on Cornetto’s mobile ice cream truck to be the opening act for Taylor Swift’s RED tour in Singapore.

Get Your Grease On

Get Your Grease On

The No. 1 party musical Grease makes its way to Singapore in an all-new electrifyin’ multi-million dollar production.

The Write Response

The Write Response

10 eminent authors are invited to do an ekphrasis for the Eye, Feel, Write program.

Ah Boys to Singers

Ah Boys to Singers

Ah Boys to Men: The Musical hits all the right notes with catchy tunes and flamboyant musical numbers.

Obsessed with Anime in J-Obsession

Obsessed with Anime in J-Obsession

The 5th annual J-Obsession is in town, and guess which famous Japanese cosplayer is too?

Logging Memories

Logging Memories

Have you checked out East Coast Park recently? UrbanWire has, and we were greeted with a surprising new addition.

You Are In-Vai-ted To Rock

You Are In-Vai-ted To Rock

If instrumental music is classified as a niche genre, then is virtuosic instrumental music something only a few music theory academics can appreciate?

Spidey Swings Into Singapore

Spidey Swings Into Singapore

The cast of The Amazing Spiderman 2 comes to town, and fans are out in full force to meet them.

The Lightseeker goes supernova

The Lightseeker goes supernova

Watch Singapore’s high budget, locally produced and internationally casted musical with its latest revision.

Private Had Far From Peaceful Ending

Private Had Far From Peaceful Ending

With only lighting to mark a change of scenes and just 1 actor, the minimalist but highly effective West End-production of Private Peaceful tells a moving tale of brotherly love in times of war.

Secrets of the Fallen Pagoda: Treasures from the Famen Temple and the Tang Court

Secrets of the Fallen Pagoda: Treasures from the Famen Temple and the Tang Court

A 1987 typhoon dissected a temple in the Famen Temple vertically almost in half, revealing a well-preserved series of chambers that contained millennium-old treasures from the sophisticated Tang dynasty.