Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (11-13 Dec 2015)

By inSing EditorEvents - 09 December 2015 12:00 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (11-13 Dec 2015)

Our favourite underground club, Kyo goes deep and dark this Friday with Drew Waterhouse, Si-Fi, Giuseppe G and Debbie Chia helming the decks.


Legendary vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughesis set to rock TAB this Friday as he performs hits from his career in bands including Deep Purple, California Breed, Black Country Communion as well as original material. Former Whitesnake guitarist Dough Aldrich joins Hughes. 

Bliss-Out 2015 Singaporewill have you moving you body to the music in a whole different way. Bliss-Out is Singapore first music-and-yoga festival, so expect to stretch, salute the sun and do the downward dog while rocking to the likes of Inch Chua, DJ Amanda Ling, and New Zealand band The Naked and Famous. 


The mother of all dance music parties returns for one mega edition this weekend. ZoukOut 2015 is all the more special as it is the last festival Zouk will be organizing from its Jiak Kim St address. On the lineup of the two-day event is a who’s who of the dance music world including the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Armin van Buuren, Tiesto and Claude VonStroke. 

For this year’s year-end pantomime, Wild Rice puts a familiar spin to The Emperor's New Clothes. The show is about a vain leader who neglects his citizens to put up an extravagant National Dress Parade. Directed by Pam Oei, the show stars Lim Kay Siu and Benjamin Kheng. 

It’s the absolute last weekend to catch Cirque du Soleil’s latest visual feast, ‘Totem’.

Since its debut in 1988, ‘Beauty World’ has enjoyed multiple iterations on stage and on the big screen. Dick Lee directs this latest edition of the beloved musical comedy set in the mid-1960s. Stars Jeanette Aw, Janice Koh, Timothy Wan, Frances Lee and Joshua Lim. 

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Hermes' 'Leather Forever'

It’s the last weekend of Hermes’ ‘Leather Forever’ (through 13 Dec) exhibition at the ArtScience Museum. The show features work from the past and present, including some from its latest collections, all crafted with the finest leather. Also, don’t miss its accompanying pop-up show Little Room of Wonders, out the Asian Civilisations Museum which displays more than 100 objects from the invitation-only private museum of Emile Hermes (the grandson of its founder Thierry Hermes). 

The Dim Sum Dollies, and other funny people like Dr Teo Chew Muay, Kumar and Broadway Beng come together for Dream Academy’s annual Crazy Christmas concert, A Ground Nutcracker. Expect uniquely Singaporean stand-up comedy, singing, and lots of silliness for the festive season.

Head down to the National Museum this weekend for some festive retail therapy at its Christmas Market. While you’re at it, you can also check out the new Treasures of the World from the British Museumexhibition. 

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