What’s On This Weekend: 2 to 4 November

Published on 31 October 2018

By Celine Chong

Break out of your weekend routine with these exciting, offbeat events.


Create Your Own Dance Story

This participatory dance performance is a family-friendly activity that is part of the Singapore Writers Festival 2018. It features The Kueh Tutus, a team of creatives including dancers, artists and musicians, who will bring to life the  children’s story, Just Teddy, by author Emily Lim. This is event is free.

Details here.

Photo: Sage Tan

Visual Art

Drink And Draw: Life Drawing

Let go of your inhibitions and awake your inner Picasso at this out-of-the-ordinary drawing class, a mash-up of a social event and an art workshop, topped off with wine.

Details here.

Image credit: The Hive Lavender


Did I Do It?

Put your sleuthing skills to the test at this improvisational murder mystery production, set in 1920s Singapore. This immersive and participatory theatre experience combines elements of comedy and film noir.

Details here. 

Photo: The Improv Company


Dia de Muertos

The theme might be death, but Dia de Muertos, or the Mexican Day of the Dead, is a riotous and joyful celebration, marked by feasting, dancing, and expressions of love and respect for the dead. The programme includes performances by a mariachi band, traditional Mexican dance groups, art exhibitions, as well as food and beverage stalls offering tacos and tequila.

Details here.

Photo: Dia de Muertos Singapore


Nursery Crimes

This family-friendly theatre production promises an immersive experience in an imaginative world where popular nursery rhyme characters go on an adventure.

Details here.

Photo: The Singapore Repertory Theatre

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