Five things to do this weekend: 29 April - 1 May

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Five things to do this weekend: 29 April - 1 May
Don't you just love long weekends? Dedicate a day for some R&R, then discover new points of view and get into the groove with Poptart and .gif for the remaining three days — sleep is for the weak

MUSIC | Still Got The Blues @ Kilo Lounge

With Poptart, you never really lose the feeling. The cool kids' favourite indie dance night has teamed up with GAP to produce a stellar evening of performances by iNCH, Pleasantry and a DJ set by Poptart duo weelikeme and KiDG. You can also get a chance to have your GAP tee silk screened.

29 April, 7.30pm till late at Kilo Lounge. To RSVP, click here.

Singapore Comedy Fringe 2016 x Rilek Jack Market

Presented by The Comedy Club Asia, this laugh-out-loud extravaganza features 28 stand-up comedians with 10 shows over five days. Brace yourself for some belly-aches from British, Malaysian, American and Canadian comedians, and shop at the Rilek Jack flea market.

29 to 30 April at SOTA at 7.30pm and 9.30pm. For tickets, click here.

MUSIC | Gallery After Hours

National Gallery Singapore's late night series will bring local musicians Evanturetime, Linying and .gif at the Padang Atrium. You can also tuck into French fare at Gallery & Co. from KOT Selections, The Cheese Artisans and Cocotte.


29 April at National Gallery Singapore. For more details, click here.

SPEAK. X Potato Head Folk : Words In My Belly ft. Deborah Emmanuel

We fell in love with Deborah Emmanuel's words before we met her, and after her reading at the Buro pop-up, we fell deeply again. She'll be performing spoken word and hosting a poetry workshop at Potato Head Folk for budding poets this weekend.

Deborah Emmanuel

30 April, 4.30 to 6pm at Potato Head Folk. For details, click here.

BOOKS | Me Migrant by Md Mukul | Book Launch

What do you know about the migrant workers who have built our city? Bengali Md Mukul Hossine is a Social Science graduate who moved here to work in construction, and has penned poems transcreated by local poet Cyril Wong. The result is Me Migrant, a collection of poetry about hope and inclusiveness, of longing and dreaming, and of service and heart.

Me Migrant

1 May, 2.30 to 4.30pm at The Arts House. For details, click here.

Text: Adibah Isa

  • Image:
    Portrait of Deborah Emmanuel by Jeremy Keegan
  • Image:
    Portrait of Linying by Longaguu
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