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Singapore may have only two weather—rain or shine, sometimes both at the same time—but if we look on the bright side, it really means that we have access to the beach almost all year round. With efforts to clean up our waterway, the beaches and the immediate ocean around us, it also means that being at the beach and staring into the horizon with a drink in hand, is now more pleasant than ever.
We know it's getting really warm and instead of still sweating it out at home, why not head to the beach and get some vitamin D? Bikinis, swimsuit and swimming trunks are in order!
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Changing Destiny review – Ben Okri’s sketchy foray into ancient Egypt. Young Vic, LondonKwame Kwei-Armah’s adaptation of a 4,000-year-old Egyptian poem is ambitious and visually stunning, but Ben Okri’s script is too broadbrush
The Comedy of Errors review – a descent into farce. Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Garden theatre, Stratford-upon-AvonPhillip Breen’s RSC romp lacks a feel for Shakespeare’s text and fails its female characters – but this new open-air venue is a winner
The Revel Puck Circus review – down-to-earth acrobatics lack dramatic edge. Leyton Jubilee Park, LondonThis young circus outfit are evidently skilled, but need to work out how to give their show an arc
Bagdad Cafe review – magic and miracles in the desert. Old Vic, LondonWarm, wily and gloriously playful, Emma Rice’s adaptation of the 1987 film is another motel-and-ballad show triumph for the Old Vic
How to raise a boy: my mission to bring up a son fit for the 21st century. Increasing awareness of the price of toxic masculinity has led many parents to wonder how best to prepare the young men of the future. One father consults the experts