Weekend Guide

Change is Coming This Weekend!

By Zaki JufriEvents - 05 May 2011 11:19 AM | Updated 11:23 AM

Change is Coming This Weekend!

If you’ve been living under the rock all this time, this weekend marks an important milestone in Singapore’s history… and no, we’re not talking about Jolin Tsai’s much-awaited concert or how many costumes changes she’ll do this year.

Yes, Polling Day is this weekend but before you go to make your mark, here are the many activities and events that are in store.

So here goes:

CAN'T MISS

Pint-sized dynamite divaJolin Tsai rocks the Singapore Indoor Stadium this Saturday with her Myself World Tour! Look out for the massive disco ball!


Decked out in his silly (yet stunning) mouse head, the king of all things prog, Deadmau5 , takes on SCAPE* "live" this Friday (May 6), bringing his heart-stopping dance choons like "Ghost n Stuff" and "Faxing Berlin" for an audio-visual spectacle like no other

Japanese post-rock outfit Mono returns to awe you with their ethereal and atmospheric sounds this

Two techno legends Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson get behind the decks for a rip-roaring showdown behind the decks this Saturday at Zouk.

Double, double. Toil and trouble… Adrian Pang and Patricia Toh get their macabre on for this stunning modern take on Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Fort Canning Park.

Read our review of this amazing production!

London’s West End performer Billy Geraghty gives his take on the iconic Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis in the acclaimed production,Buddy vs Killer – The Musical.

When one thinks of Edith Piaf, one thinks of love, sorrow and music. Considered by many to be the greatest French singer of all time, now you can enjoy all her music in an intimate setting. Singtheatre presents  No Regrets- A tribute to Edith Piaf. See Hossan Leong, Denise Tan, Robin Goh, Hilde Holme and Angela Scundi capture the life and songs of the icon with verve and heart.

And… that’s a wrap, folks! This weekend also marks the celebration of Mother’s Day, so do check out our guide on where to best take Mom for a good time out. Also, don’t miss out on our shiny new crop of May guides – including the best art galleries, music gigs, fairs and festivals and sporting events to check out this month.

For more ideas on what’s happening this weekend, do check out our comprehensive events calendar. Lastly, don’t forget to check back next week for the best events that’s happening right here in town. Have a great weekend, everyone!