Hang with your peeps this long weekend with some partying, dancing, and a movie screening or two
EVENT | The Local Express People — Art Market The '90s are taking over Tanjong Pagar railway station with an Art Market. Featuring movie screenings, music performances from the likes of Khai and Amanda Tee, and a charity drive by Food From The Heart, come re-live the good old days and support a cause while you're at it.
25 March, 3pm - 9pm at Tanjong Pagar railway station. For the full schedule, visit their Facebook page.
PARTY | POPTART — Hold Me Deep Beneath Your Waves Kyo is bringing a Good Friday special for those looking to shake it up this TGIF. With indie rock, electro, punk, indietronic and power pop beats from KiDG and weelikeme, you won't be able to turn off your groove.
25 March, 10pm - 4am at Kyo. Check out their Facebook page for more information.
THEATRE | Lord of the Flies The acclaimed novel from Nobel Prize author William Golding is now a provoking drama by Samantha Scott-Blackhall, the awarding-winning director behind Red and Freud's Last Session. Brought to life by a talented cast such as Lim Kay Siu, Mark Richmond and Ghafir Akbar, this is a dynamic performance not to be missed.
25 March - 3 April, 2.30pm or 7.30pm at SOTA Studio Theatre. Get your tickets here.
PARTY | Eyes To The Front featuring Stefano Ritteri Get ready for the biggest weekend pool party this side of the island as guest DJ Stefano Ritteri spins his mix of house and techno. Headlining alongside Ritteri is Oliver Osborne and Kuala Lumpur import Jonnyvicious for an eclectic mash-up of stripped back house and African vibes.
26 March, 2pm - 11pm at Sofitel So Singapore. Find out more on their Facebook page.
MUSIC | #3RD GGC Anniversary Also known as Grizzle Grind Crew, our local leading hip-hop collective, these talented folks are celebrating their third birthday with a special showcase at Zouk that'll bring down the house. Expect fierce swag with crowd favourite tunes, unreleased tracks and surprise guests at this mind-blowing concert.
26 March, 7pm - 10pm at Zouk. Go to their webpage for more details.