Weekend Guide

Buy affordable art, watch shadow puppets and more this weekend

By Azim AzmanEvents - 15 November 2012 7:00 PM

Buy affordable art, watch shadow puppets and more this weekend

For those who were not crafty enough to take advantage of the midweek public holiday to go on an extended break, the weekend is finally here. Head on over to the Goodman Arts Centre for some shadow puppetry with a double bill special by the good people of Shadow Monkey Theaters.

Into in third year, the Affordable Art Fair promises to allow the hoi polloi a chance to own cutting edge contemporary art works at relatively affordable prices. There will also be concurrent workshops running during the event, aimed at various age groups so make it a family affair! Check out our guide to the fair right here.

Do your bit for charity this weekend. Expect a gathering of TV and stage actors, musicians and designers at InHerShoes, a charitable benefit event for the National Cancer Centre Research Fund. Read more about the event here.

If you want a little locally brewed comedy, head on over to Talk Cock Comedy @ China One on Sunday night. Amateur comedians will be trying their hands at tickling your funny bone, its open mic comedy at its rawest. If the on stage talent fails to raise a laugh out of you, the cheap drinks will make up for it.

Jump on the chance to get $30 off per person when you make a booking with our ‘Pick, Book and Eat’ experience. For a table of 4, that is a whopping $120 off you next delicious experience. We are just spoiling your silly with this deal!

Fun for Free?

If you don’t really want to spend some of that hard earned moolah this weekend do not fret, we have some free event suggestion to! Go on down to the Esplanade Outdoor Theatre to be entertained by popular getai artists. You can spend a day in Sentosa by bringing your kids to Palawan beach to party with Captain Palawan, if he likes you boogie, you’d stand a chance to win prizes too.  Learn about the intricate cultural dynamics during the embryonic stages of Singapore’s early history at the National Museum of Singapore.   strong

For more ideas on more things to do this weekend, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend everyone and see you back here next week.