5 things to do this weekend: 14 - 16 October

5 things to do this weekend: 14 - 16 October

Please, please, please

Text: Bianca Husodo

Image: Getty Images,
Rebecca Toh,
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Walk through bite-sized eye candies, boogie at a back alley fiesta and relive The Smiths' good old days

ART | Click Candy by Vanessa Ban
You know those cringe-worthy overtly sexualised clickbaits on the sidebar? Artist Vanessa Ban reimagines the digital world with an alternative to those spectacle-driven web consumption sans their sex objects.
vanessa ban click candy grey projects
Opens today till 5 November, 1-7pm from Wednesdays to Fridays, 1-6pm on Saturdays at Grey Projects. For more information, click

The musical debuted in 1996 to a welcoming Tony Award for Best Musical and Pulitzer Prize for Drama. As the Jonathan Larson-composed play celebrates its 20th anniversary, Pangdemonium gathers the likes of Tabitha Nauser and Aaron Khaled for an awe-inspiring remake

From now till 23 October, at the National Library's Drama Centre. For more information, click

PARTY | Rocksteady Soul BBQ Haji Lane Street Party
What's on the barbecue? Straight up boogie fire. Get sizzling till midnight falls with some back alley concoction of disco, soul and house with Brit DJ Tommy Rocksteady and USA's My Hero. Expect Talking Heads to Mary Clark on full blast from the turntable.
koi izakaya haji lane street party
15 October, 7pm-12am at Koi Izakaya. For more information, click

CONCERT | Morrissey: Live in Singapore [POSTPONED TO 17 OCTOBER]
Please, please, please let us get what we want. Making a return after his last performance in 2012, the former frontman of the legendary '80s rock band, The Smiths, is back again to engulf us with waves of nostalgic goodness.
morrissey the smiths live in singapore
15 October, 8-10pm at Marina Barrage. For more information, click

PARTY | Eyes To The Front: Damian Saint
No stranger to Singapore's music scene, Damian Saint is W Hotel Bali's reputed music director who's got bodies swaying, and even grinding, to his tropical tremors of house-techno. For a night of languid stupor to electrifying thrills, CATO's got you covered.

15 October, 9pm-4am at CATO. For more information, click