Weekend Guide

Booze up this weekend, and more!

Events - 16 June 2010 9:00 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

Booze up this weekend, and more!

Be in the know! Here’s the hottest events happening after hours you won’t want to miss from June 18 to 20.

 

Beerfest Asia

Take plenty of beer, toss in some food and add a huge dose of the World Cup, and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Beerfest this year! Bigger and better than before, there’ll be over 250 different beers on tap to have a taste (or three) of, while all the live World Cup matches will be playing in the background. If you’ve had your fill of soccer, there’s a wide range of food and games at the outdoor bazaar. It’s an event not to be missed!

From Wednesday June 16 to Sunday June 20, at the Marina Promenade. Tickets from $20 onwards.

 

Voyage de la Vie

There’s nothing like a circus, so a circus fused with theatrical performance is sure to be a one-of-a-kind experience. Be one of the first in Singapore to enter the world of the mysterious Lantern Keeper, the charming Crystal Cat and the mesmerizing Diva along with extraordinary inhabitants. Explore the journey of a boy on an adventurous search to discover his destiny. It’s an unforgettable experience of magnificent sets, glamourous costumes and amazing circus feats.  

From June 17, at Resorts World Sentosa. Tickets from $48 to $168.

 

Opera in the Park

Pack a picnic basket and spend some time this weekend at the Botanic Gardens, where you can enjoy evergreen favourites by composers Mozart, Bizet, Verdi and Puccini.

Saturday only, at the Botanic Gardens. Free.

 

Standing in Line in Order of Height

Exploring the subject of conformity versus individualism, this dance production makes use of contrasting styles placed in a contemporary setting to tell a compelling story.

Until Sunday, at the Esplanade Theatre Studio. Tickets from $15 to $30.

 

South East Asian Classics screenings

Get a chance to understand more about South East Asian film history with these two classics by renowned Sri Lankan director, Prasanna Vithanage. The films showing are Ira Madiyama, and Akasa Kusum (Flowers of the Sky).

Until July 2, at Sinema Old School. Tickets at $10 each or $15 for both.

 

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