Don’t miss the best in standup comedy, reliving your student days and many more things to do after hours from July 19 to 23.
They say laughter is the best medicine, so get your daily dose by coming for this annual festival which remains one of the most popular comedy festivals in Singapore, and the only international stop outside of Australia. Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
From Wednesday July 21 to Saturday July 24 only, at the DBS Arts Centre. Tickets from $45.
The ETCeteras, in collaboration with The Arts House, presents its 20th production, a white comedy about obsessions and successions featuring Johnny Ng, Leanne Ong, Lim Wah Long, Leo Lai, Molizah Mohd Mohteris. In Mandarin and English with English subtitles. For more information, go to www.etceteras.org.sg
From Wednesday July 21 to Sunday July 25 only, at the Arts House. Tickets at $28 (weekdays) and $33 (weekends).
As part of Moonfest 2010, teach your kids to learn how to recycle the fun way, by converting common plastic bags into beautifully unique lanterns to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival with. Best for kids from Primary 3 to 6.
Until August 31, at the Esplanade Rehearsal Studio. Tickets at $5.
Artist Foon explores the fragile humanity inherent in his subject matters by highlighting their vulnerability through humans depicted with bunny ears and red noses. The contrast between his brooding backgrounds and the dramatic characters serve to accentuate how we like to glorify our own feelings and find refuge in the most intimate of places.
From July 23 to 28, at the Substation Gallery. Free admission.
Revisit your student days with the naughtiest uniform-themed night in town. This month, a new Headmaster has been recruited in the form of DJ Inquisitive, so expect a night of naughty electro that’s set to raise those schoolgirl skirts even higher. Truancy is not an option and latecomers will be spanked. You’ve been warned.
Friday July 23 only, at Zirca.
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