Here's a selection of editor's picks on what to do in Singapore this weekend.
Friday, 5 March
Take a trip down movie memory lane with this rare 2-day line-up of film classics. Screenings for Friday are:
7.15pm - Our Sister Hedy 四千金
9.30pm - Bionic Boy
11.20pm - They Call Her... Cleopatra Wong
Until Saturday, at The Cathay Cineplex.
Join in the maddest tea party in town by dressing up as your favourite character from Alice in Wonderland, as Zirca transforms itself into a life-sized marvelous maginary place of the curiouser and curiouser. Catch young DJ marvel B, Traits in action too as she promises a night of hypnotic movement and emotional backlash.
Friday only, at Zirca.
Phuture 14th Anniversary – to refresh
Celebrate the dawn of a neon age resistance as Phuture turns 14!. Join the glowing dance-floor legions led by resident Andrew Chow’s new urban beats.
Friday only, at Stereolab.
Saturday, 6 March
Fans of extreme water sports, rejoice. This 2-day event sponsored by Roxy and Quiksilver promises lots of water-frolic action as partakers get up close and personal with more than 30 regional and international pro-riders from countries such as Japan, Thailand, and the United States.
Expect free-to-watch competitions over both days and fringe activities such as a Roxy Beach Babe Contest, festival-exclusive sponsor booths, banana boat rides, discover wakeboard introductory riding sets, party yachts available for private charter, a fiesta party on the docks, as well as music throughout the day featuring local and international DJs.
Until Sunday, at the Raffles Marina. Free to watch.
Need some music to soothe your soul? Head down to *SCAPE for a day-long affair of dance lessons, followed by indie rock music performances at night by youths and established bands , Caracal and Jack & Rai.
Saturday only, at *SCAPE. Free.
Ladies, get ready for the ultimate girls night out as the Chippendales heat up our shores. Think sinful schoolboy charm, boy-next-door meets naughty fantasy entertainment that is guaranteed to elicit many excited screams from their audience. If men in uniform and dusty cowboys are your cup of tea, round up your girlfriends and head on down.
Until March 10, at the Hard Rock Hotel Sentosa. Tickets from $138 to $200.
Sunday, 7 March
Consisting of works by children aged 18 months to 12 years old, this exhibition will demonstrate a range of illustrations such as scribbling, narrative, abstract drawings and violently strange characters, which reveals a deeper insight to the way they perceive and experience their world. Also don’t miss the unique storytelling marathon, the first of its kind held here.
Sunday only, at the red dot museum. Free admission.
Following weeks of keen guidance under Singapore's top music veterans, the best musical talents of Noise Singapore 2010 will take centre stage at the Esplanade this weekend.
Read about our feature on the concert here.
Sunday only, at the Esplanade. Free.
Indie rock fans wouldn’t want to miss this - paramore is set to add their magic touch to the local music scene with their much-anticipated debut in Singapore.
Read about our preview to paramore here.
Sunday only, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Tickets from $68 to $108.