Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your Labour Day weekend guide (29 Apr-2 May 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 27 April 2016 12:00 PM

TGIF!: Your Labour Day weekend guide (29 Apr-2 May 2016)

Start your long weekend break at the National Gallery’s Gallery & Co (29 Apr | 9pm). The venue is throwing a block party featuring DJ Julien Brochard on decks while you treat yourself to a spread of organic wines, curated artisanal cheese platters and rustic French cuisine whipped up by Cocotte.

Home-grown breaks and tech house guru Tony Tay returns to Kyo for his flagship Sirens night this Friday, with support from DJ Yujin.


The Bounce Squad – DJs Inquisitive and Yeolo – takes over Zouk this Saturday for a night of body-bopping EDM, dubstep and electro mixes.

Don’t miss top-notch ballet performed by the top 12 principal dancers from renowned companies at Superstars of Ballet. They will perform highlights from some of the most renowned French ballets in the world such as ‘Giselle’, ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘Le Corsaire’.

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Le Clicquot Weekend

Fans of all things bubbly don’t want to miss Le Clicquot Weekend. Held at the Fullerton Bay Hotel and The Fullerton Hotel, this two-day champagne extravaganza will include cruising the bay on the first ever Clicquot Cruise (30 Apr | 5pm | $148). The festivities continue at Yellow Night (30 Apr | 8pm | Lantern | $30) before the carnival-inspired Carnaval Brunch (1 May | The Clifford Pier | $168).

Don’t miss the block party at Keong Saik Road this Saturday. The entire street is closed off and transformed into an arts carnival, complete with installations, performances, music, food, and drinks.



Golden Globe winner Jane Seymour stars in The Vortex at the Jubilee Hall. First staged in 1924, the classic play follows the ageing Florence Lancaster and her multiple relationships with younger men.

Go back in time at the National Museum’s A Taste of Heritage this weekend. Singapore’s street food culture of a bygone era is revived for the Singapore HeritageFest’s opening weekend. Indulge in local favourites such as wonton mee, roti prata, and satay while listening to family stories of how traditional recipes have been passed down through the generations. 


The 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death is celebrated with a performance of his popular tragedy and love story, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at SRT’s annual outdoor shindig, Shakespeare In The Park. The star-crossed lovers are played by Cheryl Tan (‘Beauty World’), and Thomas Pang (‘Tribes’).

Kick back on the sand this Labour Day weekend with Tanjong Beach Club’s Smack My Beach Up party on Sunday. DJs Kaye, Stephen Day and JB provide the sound while you soak up the sun.

Check out our events calendar for many more ongoing events and series around our bustling little island!