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5 Cool Events This Week: Nineteen80 Expands, Yoga With Art And More

Yes, life is getting increasingly fraught with anxieties but it has to go on. If you're stepping out, here are our recommendations -  parties of every stripe, yoga sessions among art and some natural wines to imbibe.
Better Days
We don’t blame you if you’re feeling bogged down and anxious over all the uncertainties in recent days – if you’re able to head out, make your way down to new multi-use space 222 Arts Club for a night of good music as some of Singapore’s most well-respected electronic DJs are gathering to spin in a show of much-needed camaraderie. Details here.   March 21, 6pm – 12am   222 Arts Club, 222 Queen Street 5 bites 5 wines: Partners in Wine
Natural wines have been on the rise in recent years and one of the most interesting players on the scene here is Drunken Farmer, a travelling pop-up experience. If you want to learn more about this burgeoning movement, they’re putting on their monthly local bar night where natural varieties from different producers and regions will be showcased, together with savoury bites from their gluten-free kitchen. Details here.   March 18, 6pm – 10.30pm   The Butcher’s Wife, 19 Yong Siak Street Y Party #2
Independent fashion and art collective Why Not? is back with a second party to raise funds for their upcoming sophomore show and going by what we clocked at their first party, get ready for fresh visuals and sets by their friends and collaborators. Details here.   March 21, 10.30pm – 2.30am   The Projector, #05-00 Golden Mile Tower   Art & Wellness
Get some mental respite from all the bad news with this yoga and meditation session held at the National Gallery Singapore among the Singapore Biennale artworks. By the way, it’s the final closing weekend of the Biennale, so please make your way down to the museum, as well as Gillman Barracks to catch the specially commissioned artworks, if you haven’t already done so. Details here. NINETEEN80 Power Up: Relaunch Weekend
Retro party spot Nineteen80 is back, expanding its current premises with a bigger space, many more arcade machines, and they’ve also assured us that temperatures will be taken at the door and hand sanitisers will be well, on hand should you need them. If you need your ’80s fix, this is the place to be. Details here.   March 19 – 22, 9pm – late   Nineteen80, 21 Tanjong Pagar Road