Things to do in Singapore this weekend: Cool events and activities to include in your calendar
SPORTS | One Championship: Enter the Dragon
Get your adrenaline pumping while watching Singapore's own Christian Lee take on Shiya Aoki during One Championships' Enter the Dragon event. The 20-year-old was challenged by the lightweight world champion, took it on, and reportedly vowed that he will clinch his victory within the first round.
PARTY | Zouk's 28 Anniversary
This weekend, party animals will celebrate Zouk's 28th anniversary. On top of that, Monday is a public holiday so you've got no reason not to let loose on the dancefloor.
FILM | Singular Screens curated by Asian Film Archive
Held at the recently revamped Oldham Theatre as well as SIFA's Festival House, the Asian Film Archive will be celebrating cinematic visions from around the world. Screenings start this Saturday on 18 May right up to 2 June.
LIFESTYLE | Flower Moon Party
End the week with a calorie-burning workout by Haus Athletics followed by a glass of natural wine by Drunken Farmer. Then, get your body's energy map read by Spa Espirit's Super Vibrator.
THEATRE | This Is What Happens To Pretty Girls
Currently running until 26 May at the National Library, Pangdemonium's This is What Happens to Pretty Girls addresses problematic issues of sexual abuse and violence in light of the ongoing #MeToo global movement. The thought-provoking production features familiar names such as Oon Shu An as the lead alongside Pam Oei and Adrian Pang.