Things to do in Singapore this weekend: Cool events and activities to include in your calendar
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COMEDY | Hirzi & M Social Singapore Presents: Pink and Brown
Hirzi Zulkiflie started his career as an online personality producing parodies, skits and satires on YouTube with his partner-in-crime Munah Bagharib. His brand of humour are often observational commentaries, juxtaposed with his perspective as a millennial growing up in Singapore with all of its diverse points of view. Over the years, Hirzi has crossed over from the Internet to TV, film, theatre and has recently returned to stand-up comedy. This weekend, he will be putting on his last comedy set of the year, Pink and Brown at M Social Singapore.
PARTY | Horse Meat Disco
Burnt Ends, The DJ Dispensary and Panamericana are joining forces to bring one of the biggest acts in disco for one night only exclusive in Singapore. The UK's finest Disco operators Horse Meat Disco will be helming the decks for disco charged journey, with several quirky genre-bending curves along the way. Panamericana will be slinging out the tipples all night long while Burnt Ends will be stoking up the fires with their renowned, signature wood-fired meats.
FESTIVAL | Global Migrant Festival
The first-ever Global Migrant Festival provides a platform for broader, critical, human-centric perspectives and dialogues on migration, in the context of vitriolic narratives that have dominated discussions on migration in Asia and across the world. Catch an array of cultural performances, talks, films and panel discussions involving artists, economic migrants, refugees, academic experts and community advocates from non-profit organisations. The finals of the annual Migrant Worker Poetry Competition will be held as part of the festival at National Gallery Singapore.
FESTIVAL | Singapore Dog Festival: A Canine Christmas
The inaugural Singapore Dog Festival will be the first ever night market for dogs, and since it's already December, it's Christmas-themed. Targeted at dog lovers from all walks of life, Singapore Dog Festival will feature local and international dog product vendors, host educational talks, sharing sessions between dog owners, and fun activities in a weekend of celebrating and indulging our beloved fur babies.
ART | Wind Though: The Physicality of Thought by Nhawfal Juma'at
Supernormal will be opening its doors to its new space on Desker Road with its first exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Nhawfal Juma'at. 'Wind Though: The Physicality of Thought' explores the notion of a window as a point for the mind to wander. This window invites light and casts a shadow into both our mental and the physical space. Through the installation, the artist will be paying homage to this architectural space through the use of three-dimensional objects.
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