5 things to do this weekend: 16 - 18 September
The anti-F1 party
ART | Urban Ventures: Keong Saik On The Road
Street by day, carnival by night. This playground for public art, parkour, and more features pole dance try-outs by Acro Polates, parkour workshops by Superfly Monkey Dragons and Zumba classes by Virgin Active Singapore.
17 September, 4 to 10.30pm at Keong Saik Road. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | DUSK
Gig junkies, this one's for you. With a medley of genres lined up with the likes of local crooner Sam Driscoll, psychedelic pop band Sally Suitcase, and indie rock group The Betts, expect a night of eclectic tunes with a cocktail or two.
17 September, 5.30 to 11.30pm at BluJaz Café. For more information, click here.
ART | This Is Not A Safety Barrier
A metaphorical look at the stenciled phrase "This is not a safety barrier" on roadblocking structures, head down to discover an anthology of 113 poems and photographs edited by Marc Nair and Yen Phang from a pool of 69 contributors.
17 September, 6-8pm at The Projector. For more information, click here.
PARTY | Singapore Soul Club: September Edition
Feeling nostalgic? Dance the night away with antiquated tunes hailing all the way back to the '60s. In a time saturated with EDM, you'll want to take a vinyl vacation.
17 September, 9pm-2am at KOI Brunch + Beats. For more information, click here.
THEATRE | ART
Don't miss this thespian work of comedy starring Lim Yu-Beng, Gerald Chew, and Remesh Panicker. A timeless depiction of friendship, this is a performance everyone can appreciate — read our review here.
Till 30 September, 3pm and 8pm at the National Gallery. For tickets and more information, click here.
- Image: Instagram | @urbanventuressg
- Image: Blu Jaz Cafe
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