Five things to do this weekend: 11 — 13 March
THEATRE | The Effect
A potent dose of romance, drama, comedy and tension put together by Pangdemonium productions, The Effect will take you on an emotional rollercoaster. Starring Nikki Muller and Linden Furnell, this 'dramedy' is on its final run, so be sure to catch it before it's gone.
25 February - 13 March. 3pm and 8pm at Victoria Theatre. Get your tickets here.
COMEDY | Magners International Comedy Festival
Bringing back the laughs is the comedy festival of the year with a bigger and better show that will tickle your funny bone all evening long. With names such as Luke Ashlocke, Ria Lina and Earl Okin, it's guaranteed non-stop entertainment.
10 - 12 March, 7.30pm to 11.30pm at Molly Malone's Irish Pub Singapore. Visit their Facebook page for the full lineup and get your tickets here.
FITNESS | Xtend the Night — Armenian Street Party
Eclectic performances and food bites abound as Armenian Street transforms into a spectacular festival that celebrates the heritage. The highlight of this fiesta? A Xtend Barre workout under the open night sky that'll get your blood pumping.
11 - 12 March, 6.30pm to 8pm at Armenian Street. Check out their Facebook page for more details and book your slot here.
CULTURE | Francophonie Festival 2016
Calling all French enthusiasts: Don't miss out on celebrating the language and the diversified francophone cultures the world over. Highlights include film screenings such as Le Fantome De Canterville and Belles Familles, and a talk given by Edwy Plenel, the former editor-in-chief of Le Monde newspaper.
12 - 22 March. Varying timings at Alliance Française de Singapour. Find out more on their event page and get your film tickets here.
FORUM | The U Symposium 2016: Magazines Independent
Back for its second edition following a sold-out debut last year, Underscore presents the U Symposium 2016, replete with The U Assembly's assortment of pop-up vendors like Juicery for healthy thirst quenchers and Magpie, a local indie retailer of international magazines. Expect guest speakers from independent publishing houses such as Cereal Magazine and Wrap who will be sharing their personal insights on the industry.
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