Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (20 -22 May 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 18 May 2016 12:31 PM | Updated 20 May 2016

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (20 -22 May 2016)

Emily the Musicalis possibly Singapore’s most famous production, the tale of ‘Emily of Emerald Hill’ is now transformed into a song-and-dance spectacular.

With his signature ‘big room sound’ Danny Marquez will be providing the progressive electronic dance music beats at the Zouk main room this Friday.

Mouse On The Keys

Japanese post-rock outfit Mouse on the Keysreturns to the Esplanade for yet another instrumental master class as part of Super Japan – Japanese Festival of Arts. 

Blending rock, jazz and traditional Japanese music, award-winning shimasen musician Hiromitsu Agatsumawill perform a repertoire of international musical hits.

Renowned choreographer Kuik Swee Boon’sHelixis an original piece about navigating life in a culture of self-serving egotism, and balancing expression with pragmatism. 

Getai goes glam at RWS with 'Ge Tai - The Musical

We know it as the popular raucous live performances happening during the Hungry Ghost Festival, but getai is getting an extravagant boost at RWS with Ge Tai – The MusicalStarring local getai celebs like Desmond Ng and Hao Hao as well as international stars such as Sakura Teng and Zhuan Xue Zhong, the show features an original tale of a dreamer-turned-diva. 

Don’t miss the enthralling choreography of the 13-strong butoh dance troupe Sankai Juku as they perform Meguri - Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land.

Two of Singapore’s finest comedians Judee Tan and Siti Khalijah Zainal poke fun at various sterotypes of Malay and Chinese women in the Selena Tan-directedMeenah and Cheenah

Come down to DECKthis weekend for an afternoon of retail therapy, featuring art, photography and food created by artisans and designers, including En.Papier and online collective Mandala Code.

Celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Bard 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’).

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