Five things to do this weekend: 6 – 8 November
CULTURE | What I Love About You is Your Attitude Problem
Head to The Arts House this evening to immerse yourself in a journey of self with Singapore Writers Festival's first overnight programme. Featuring 24 text-based performances of drama, poetry, musical performances and visual arts exhibitions, it will be 12 hours well spent. Curated by one of the featured artists, Huzir Sulaiman, be prepared to explore numerous emotions and relationships.
6 November from 7pm till late. Purchase your tickets here.
MUSIC | Día de Muertos Singapore
Mexico's Day of the Dead comes to our shores with an exciting lineup of events. The arts and music fiesta brings together local and Mexican artists — look out for the Frida Kahlo Art Installation or the Mexican art workshop for kids.
7 November from 7pm till late at Emily Hill. Click here for more information.
SHOP | Big n Breezy Art Bazaar
This open-air event brings the best of Southeast Asia's retail culture to you in a Chatukchak-style rooftop bazaar. Over 100 booths will fill the space with a range of food, fashion, music and art with the help of Megafash and Lepark. Our favourites are the tutu kueh cushions by Meykrs and delicate Thai silk pieces by O&L.
7 November, 12pm till 8 November, 8pm at Lepark. For more information, click here.
FILM | Singapore Myanmar Film Festival
This year, the film festival will be showcasing the works of five international directors who have a link to Burmese heritage, ranging in topics from youth welfare to the supernatural.
8 November, 11am to 5pm at The Projector. Get your tickets here.
PERFORMANCE | Cirque Du Soleil - Totem
The international cast of circus artists, actors, musicians and singers return to Singapore once again with Totem. Set in the signature blue and yellow Big Top tent, it will take you on a journey of the human species. The acrobatic performances showcase all you'd associate with the circus troupe: Athleticism, theatrics, costumes and digital effects.
Till 6 December. Purchase your tickets here.
- Image: Coveri: Alfie de meow, Lepark
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