5 things to do this weekend: 17 - 19 March

Dance the weekend away

5 things to do this weekend: 17 - 19 March
Get your theatre and music fix on with SRT's Constellations and Sunshine Nation's Garden Beats Festival

ART | Burning Landscapes by Hanibal Srouji & Tania Nasr Hosted by Intersections
Reflecting on their exile from Lebanon, 'Burning Landscapes' features painting and ceramic artworks from Hanibal Srouji and Tania Nasr that employ the binding element of fire and how their autobiographical works are linked to the history of Lebanon. 

Intersections Facebook Page

From 16 March to 30 April, 2 to 7pm at IntersectionsClick here for more details.

MUSIC | Garden Beats Festival hosted by Sunshine Nation
Garden Beats returns to Fort Canning Park to bring us a multi-sensory experience of music, food and games. Groove to the hottest electronic tunes with an exclusive line-up of your favourite local and international DJs featuring AUTO GRAF, our #WomanCrushWednesday AVA Asante, TUBE BERGER and many more.

18 March, 1pm to 11.30pm at Fort Canning Park, Fort Gate. Click here to book your tickets and here for more details.

MUSIC | The Council Takeover with Julien Brochard & Cats On Crack hosted by Kilo Lounge
Good news for techno heads. Julien Brochard and Cats On Crack are about to set the dance floor on fire with a good dose of heavy hitting techno with thumping baselines and deep chords. 

18 March, 10pm to 4pm at Kilo Lounge, Fort Gate. Click here for more details.

THEATRE | Constellations hosted by Singapore Repertory Theatre
After sold out seasons on Broadway and on London's West End, Constellations is finally premiering in Singapore. Based on a spellbinding romance, the love story is set along the course of a parallel universe, playing out a couple's love lives in an infinite number of realities. 

Singapore Repertory Theatre

Till 25 March, 8pm at Singapore Repertory TheatreClick here to book your tickets and here for more details.

MUSIC | Silent Disco Kids Edition hosted by Silent Fitness Asia and Silent Disco Asia
Silent disco is back with a kid's edition, Singapore's very first. The fun part? They get to choose their own music from three channels in which the chosen colour of the channel shows up on their headphones. 

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18 March, 5.30pm and 26 March, 6pm at iLight, Marina Bay City GalleryClick here to book your tickets and here for more details.

Text: Pramila G

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