5 things to do this weekend: 5 - 7 August
BOOKS | These Foolish Things
Kick back and pamper your mind to some short stories of secret hopes, desires and regrets from Yeo Wei Wei's These Foolish Things, read to you straight from the horse's mouth. Presented by BooksActually, Wei Wei will be joined by our favourite poet Cyril Wong.
5 August, 7pm at BooksActually. For more details, click here.
FILM | Strike A Pose: Indignation Queer Film Festival Gala Night 2016
This year, the nation's Pride Season returns with the premier of the acclaimed documentary, Strike A Pose. As the compelling story of Madonna's former backup dancers unfolds, their shame-battling journey towards unearthing their true selves will utterly rouse your courage to be your truest self too.
5 August, 9.30-11pm at The Projector. For more details, click here.
PARTY | Chill Sessions at the Hill
Your chill pills are gathering here: Deborah Emmanuel's empowering poetry, great beats from Singapore's best spinners to delectable munchies served by Coriander & Cilantro. Bring along loved ones and bask in the splendour of good vibes.
6 August, 4pm-12am at kult kafé. For more details, click here.
FITNESS | Lepark Sweat: A Rooftop Fitness Series
Breaking a sweat on a yoga mat is never a lost cause — especially done within scenic confines. Surrounded by towering cityscapes on People's Park Complex rooftop, nail your cobra pose with Urban Yogis for a sundown fitness session.
6 August, 6-7pm at Lepark. For more details, click here.
MUSIC | Bliss Music Festival
In the mood for some '70s psychedelia? Singer-songwriter Jonny Ong brings along his handpan to join Australian mantra musician Edo Kahn's East-meets-West folk-pop and Tim De Cotta's soothing, soul-uplifting slow jams.
6 August, 6.30-9.30pm at Music Love Yoga. For more details, click here.
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