WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (9 – 11 March)

Published on 9 March 2018

By: Melanie Lee


Sun 11 Mar 2018, 4 – 6pm
Funan Showsuite

If you’re itching to do something creative with your hands, this introductory embroidery workshop by Naked Works will teach you a variety of stitching techniques that you can use to pimp up your shoes, bags and clothes, as well as create pins and badges. During this session, you will also be introduced to the basics of illustrative embroidery. Once you’ve picked these skills up, you’re on your way to creating any image with embroidery!

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Sat 10 Mar
The [email protected] Bay

Go check out the world’s first pop-up Silent Disco Nightclub, a temporary two-floor venue which boasts of some gorgeous views of Singapore’s cityscape. Organised by Silent Disco Asia, you get to become a living and breathing interactive light installation as you bob about with wireless LED headphones. These headphones are noise-cancelling and allow you to groove to your preferred style of music and experience the music alone. And if you’re not free this weekend, no worries! It’s still happening three more times on 17, 23 and 29 of March.

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Till Sun, 11 Mar 2018, various dates and timings
Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity (89A Desker Rd)

10 performers. 10 original stories inspired by local literature and personal experiences. 10 performance sites around Little India. This interactive and immersive theatre production by Method Productions will allow the audience to interact with the performers and become part of the story.  “That’s the Story of My Life” is commissioned by The National Book Development Council of Singapore as part of the #BuySingLit campaign.

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2 – 18 Mar 2018
Victoria Theatre

This acclaimed thriller written by French playwright Florian Zeller (which won the Moliere Award in 2014) revolves around a 70-year-old Andre, whose mind is deteriorating with dementia. Part family drama, part mind-bending puzzle, the audience will see life from his point of view as things start to warp and crumble and his mental faculties start to fracture. This local adaptation by Pangdemonium! stars Lim Kay Siu, Tan Kheng Hua, Janice Koh, Frances Lee and Keagan Kang.

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Till 3 Jun 2018, 10am – 8pm
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

The white Tian Tian figurines originated in Hong Kong as a conceptual comic in the 1970s. They later served as blank canvases for people to express themselves and proved an ideal medium to promote messages of inclusivity, creativity and engagement. This ongoing exhibition of over 120 Tian Tian figurines include statues adorned by local artists and members of the Malay, Indian, Eurasian and Peranakan communities as they express their interpretations of local arts, culture and heritage.

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