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5 things to do this weekend: 25 - 27 May

5 things to do this weekend: 25 - 27 May

The last May weekend

Text: Rachel Chan

Check out a local creators market by Actually, chase the Sunday blues away with beers at Sunset Beats & Brews and catch a heart-warming storytelling session by Singapore’s migrant workers

MUSIC | The Hoe Down
'Werk' and dance into your Friday night with a whole line-up of '80s music at this party that will see DJ TJD, Steve Lush DJ and DJ Bobby Luo helming the decks. Expect a whole lot of sass from performances by drag queens Arya Dunn, Becca D'Bus and JG Love as well.

25 May, 10pm to 2am at the Intermission Bar.

SHOPPING | A-Market by Actually
Support all things local with up to 12 booths where you can cop items like crystal and gemstone accessories from Shameless and clothes from PLAYHOOD. Apart from performances by Singaporean singer-songwriter Leon Markcus, snack on halal macarons by Sinful Cakes and desserts by The Tiramisu Hero among many others.
A-Market

26 May, 11am to 9pm at Actually.

ARTS | Goodman Open House — Re:Imagined
Reimagining the creative ways of making art sustainably, this arts festival features over 20 performances and workshops from Goodman's resident artists and arts groups like The Philharmonic Winds and Young People's Performing Arts Ensemble. Keep a look out for studio tours, exhibitions and the Goodman Green Green Market, a sustainable lifestyle market with more than 30 vendors, including Packet Greens and The Fish Farmer.The Philharmonic Winds

26 May, 11am to 5pm at Goodman Arts Centre.

PARTY | Sunset Beats & Brews
Head down to the very first edition of Sunset Beats & Brews and groove to music courtesy of The Council. While you're at it, grab a wide variety of beers and ciders from the American Craft Beer Club, Vietnam's Pasteur Street Brewing Company and Singapore's Brewlander & Co. among others.Brewlander & Co.

27 May, 5pm to 11pm at Headquarters.

LITERATURE | Telling Stories Live Presents: A Migrant Worker Storytelling Special
Adding on to the growing pool of migrant workers making their mark in the local literature scene, join in for a personal storytelling showcase by the shortlisted migrant workers from the storytelling competition, with the theme of 'Home'.

27 May, 2pm to 5pm at the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre.

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