Five things to do this weekend: 1 - 3 April
Ain't fooling around
MUSIC | Pop-up Noise: Riverside Flow
Get ready for a two-day festival as music, dance and live art meander along the Singapore River. Hosted by the Getai Group and Noise Singapore, expect an exciting lineup of local acts including JAWN, Zeeaura and Sara Wee of 53A.
1 - 2 April, 5pm to 10.30pm at Clarke Quay. For the full lineup, check out their Facebook page.
THEATRE | Intrusions
Dreams come alive in a dance and theatrical spectacular taking you on a surreal journey through a borderless and timeless experience void of morals and rules. Starring dance and theatre doyennes Jean Ng and Joavien Ng, their collaboration will leave you fixated as you ponder the meaning of your night-time reveries.
1 - 2 April, 8pm at the Esplanade Theatre Studio. Tickets are available here.
ART | Reframing Modernism
A joint showcase between the National Gallery and Paris' Centre Pompidou, this is the first international exhibition to line the walls of our newly minted arts centre. 200 significant works from European and Southeast Asian artists will be showcased alongside each other in an exhibition extravaganza not to be missed.
1 April - 17 July, 10am to 10pm at the National Gallery. Visit their webpage for more information and get your tickets here.
MUSIC | Dharni and K-Leah — Live
Give it up for native beatbox maestro Dharni as he stages a homecoming performance since his departure in 2011. Honing his talent and passion to become one of the most recognised beatboxers today, he'll be joined by Polish vocalist K-Leah for a special one-night only showcase.
2 April, 8pm at Kult Kafé. For more details, go to their Facebook page.
CHILL | The Beach Backyard @ Sand Bar
Have a chow-and-chill Sunday session at Siloso Beach as the Sand Bar sets up a live BBQ station to grill up your favourite meats and seafood. Providing a medley of mixes are DJs including Kenneth Francis from Refuge and Ce La Vi's Anand.
3 April, 2pm- 9pm at Sand Bar, Siloso Beach Walk. Go to their Facebook page for more details.
- Video: Youtube | Esplanade, National Gallery Singapore, Beatbox Television
- Image: Dharni
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