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Home-grown contemporary dance group The Arts Fission Company performing In The Name Of Red, a dance inspired by the shades of red in works of art in the galleries, at the Padang Atrium space.
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Limited edition mini paper-mache hippos (above) by artists Arnaud and Adeline Nazare- Aga.
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Elton John: All The Hits Tour
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Festival della Pasta: The journey begins with zitoni, a long, tube-like pasta, served with eggplant, fresh Pachino tomatoes, and salted ricotta cheese, followed by orecchiette or ear-shaped pasta with fresh turnip tops, tomatoes and anchovies (above).
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Flavours of Ishikawa: The best way to sample the variety of produce is from the eight-course Kaga set menu (above).
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Chase (above), a four-year-old mixed-breed, and six-year-old Oreo are both awaiting their chance at a forever home at A Very Singapore Special Christmas Faire this Sunday.
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Chase, a four-year-old mixed-breed, and six-year-old Oreo (above) are both awaiting their chance at a forever home at A Very Singapore Special Christmas Faire this Sunday.

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Nov 27, 2015 5:50 AM

PARTY AT THE PADANG

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National Gallery Singapore opening celebrations

THERE are many reasons to be excited about the new S$532 million National Gallery Singapore, which opens this week and features more than 1,000 beautiful works by