It is with great pleasure we announce that Brain Damage is officially sold out! Thank you for the overwhelming love and support from all the fans.
Can’t wait for an evening of rock with an incredible sound and light experience, where Welcome To The Machine, the best Pink Floyd Tribute Band, will perform two legendary Pink Floyd Albums – Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. If you Wish you were there, this is the next best thing to actually witnessing the awesome Pink Floyd!
A major throwback to one of our favourite weddings last year at the classic Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore!
The team pulled together to create one of the most memorable wedding ever, and if I do say so myself, it felt like a dream. Great support from the Shangri-La Hotel and a huge shoutout to DJ Milan and spectacular florals by Sing See Soon.
Florals, lighting, food, music… the list goes on. So many factors played a massive role in creating the perfect wedding, and TWT gave their best for this lovely family.
The perfect blend of soft florals and mood lighting definitely made it a night to remember for the wedded couple and their present family members.
The team had loads of fun experimenting with napkin art and coming up with cute designs to complement the vibe. We have to say that our personal favourite was that bowtie look – how CUTE!
This may seem like just another one for the books, but it’s hard to believe the team will ever forget this wedding.
We wish the wedded couple a blissful marriage. Cheers!
Caught up with Claudia and Mimi at fav Greek restaurant Bakalaki which never fails to provide a delicious meal of vegetarian Moussaka, Dolmades, Hummus with Pita with a twist and a delectable Haloumi with sesame and honey.
The bottle of Greek wine caught our eye…we brought two home to use as candle holders.
A few weeks ago we helped organise a launch event for the popular show Dance Singapore Dance, now renewed for it’s second season. Using our suggestion for the venue – our favourite neighbourhood cafe Lowercase at Lasalle – the evening was a hit. Such a wonderful, spirited team of women at ZeeTV and we got to see performances of immensely talented young dancers and singers all from Singapore.
Together with Gilbert and his team’s lighting skills, Sahana’s team and us, we transformed the industrial, minimalist setting of Lowercase to a pop-themed vibrant blue and pink soiree with handmade wreaths of flowers, fairylights, candles and Moroccan lanterns. A beautiful evening, animated atmosphere, delicious finger food, our decorations twinkling in the background.
The three day conference ‘Yoga-Science of Infinite Possibilities’ closed last Monday with happy delegates and an army of quiet volunteers. So grateful for everyone who attended on the long weekend, and for helping to make the event a great success 🙂
Our deepest gratitude to the S-Vyasa Yoga University Bengaluru India – our partners, distinguished speakers, the Indian High Commissioner Mr. Navdeep Suri, Mr. Vanlalvawna the India Consul General & Dr. Vinod Bahade Dpy. Counsel General in Sydney, the Hon. Julie Owens Federal MP for Parramatta, the Hon. Geoff Lee State MP for Parramatta, ICCR, Confluence- The Festival of India, Sonia Gandhi Creations, Teamworks India, the Kumar family of Abhi’s restaurant, Kavita Ma, Yoga King, Yoga Australia, Yoga Life, Yoke,Living Now, Intl Yoga Day – Cate & Nigel, the ABC, the Parramatta Advertiser, Raj Natarajan, India Link, Rebekkah Sparrow and all friends, supporters and sponsors too numerous to name!
Some pictures of the conference courtesy of Rebekkah Sparrow – official photographer of this conference:
Hanoi was more waking around the lake, eating in wonderful restaurants and sipping the local Vietnamese coffee and calming lotus tea. The pagodas, lots of shopping at market stalls and a 4D Imax movie experience…we watched Ben Hur with the seats moving, water spraying, smells related to the film wafting into the cinema hall…an interesting and one-time experience only.
Onto Da Nang and we stayed by the river. This is a city of lights and the dragon bridge and all the buildings light up with a display each night.
Traveled to Mỹ Sơn to see the ancient Shiva Temples and then to Hội An, the medieval port city.
All along the way, we had unforgettable experiences with pagodas, market streets, wonderful people and sights and sounds of Vietnam. Modern and ancient, fun, quirky…beautiful.