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Party with Mika and more!

Events - 14 June 2010 11:52 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

Party with Mika and more!

Here’s a roundup of the hottest events happening after hours this week from June 14 to 18.


MIKA live

Be ready when this big-haired, bright-eyed performer sashays into town promising a bigger, better and bolder performance. Expect chart-topping familiars such as Grace Kelly, Relax Take It Easy, Big Girl and We are Golden. A must if you are into big, splashy performances with a huge dose of fun.

Catch our interview with Mika here!

Monday June 14 only, at the Singapore Expo. Tickets from $78 to $118.


World Cinema Series

Whether you prefer documentaries, comedies or action romances, this year’s lineup has something for everyone. Eleven years in the making, Claude Lanzmann's Shoah is a monumental nine-hour film about the Holocaust; Mon Oncle (My Uncle) with Jacques Tati is one of the most influential comedies; and Buster Keaton's The General is considered one of the greatest silent films of all time.

Until June 26, at the Gallery Theatre.


Asia’s Ultimate Mixed Martial Arts Annual Championship

Featuring a whopping 60 action-packed fights involving some of the best fighters from around the world, this year’s championship matches promises to be a star-studded event you won’t easily forget. Cheer the fighters on as they battle for the coveted right to call themselves Asia’s champion.

Wednesday and Thursday only, at Resorts World Sentosa. Tickets from $50 to $300.


World Cup @ Butter Factory

For all the football nuts who can’t get enough of the Butter Factory, you’ll be happy to know that Fash will now be screening live matches every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Usual cover charges aply.

During the World Cup season, at the Butter Factory.


Emi Fujita Accoustic live

Spend a melodic evening with Emi Fujita and her distinctive vocals, best known for the hit song Hidamari no Uta from the Japanese TV drama series UnderOne Roof 2.

Friday June 18 only, at the Esplanade Concert Hall. Tickets from $48 to $128.


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