Weekend Guide

Start the weekend with planning your dream holiday!

By Zaki JufriEvents - 22 February 2012 2:35 PM | Updated 2:47 PM

Start the weekend with planning your dream holiday!

It’s all fun and laughter at Girl Talk, which features the original cast from its sold-out off-Broadway shows in New York. Set in the final broadcast of a radio show helmed by three DJs with distinctively different personalities, the topics close to the hearts of women are discussed. Then, when the DJs hit the music, it’s time to party!

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Plan your dream holiday at the NATAS Travel fair happening this weekend, with more than 1,000 booths exhibiting different destinations and itineraries. Don't miss the many cultural performances, food tastings, lucky draws and free travel seminars, which will cover destination packages, travel and health tips. Read more about the travel fair here!

Don’t miss checking out the various performances at this year’s M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2012. Head down to the National Museum of Singapore to see We Oui!where Japanese artist Fumiko Imano explores the notion of an eternal childhood through the project involving duplicated twins of herself. By splicing and duplicating photos of herself, Imano creates an intriguing dialogue by being both subject and object, reality and fiction, re-staging herself in a variety of environments from home settings to famous monuments.

Put your art hat on embark on a journey through art, architecture and heritage at this year’s  edition of Oh! Open House. Into its third year, the arts walkabout brings visitors to Singapore’s most eclectic neighbourhood, Tiong Bahru. Featuring the works of 15 artists in 6 homes in the neighbourhood, the walkabout is a great alternative to stuff art galleries!

Get your rock on at TAB this weekend as post-hardcore band A Skylit Driveperforms a one-night only gig. The band burst onto the scene in 2007 with the “She Watched The Sky” EP, followed by 2008’s “Wires And The Concept Of Breathing”. They are joined on stage by Australia's up and coming alternative rock band, For This Cause.

Popular Taiwanese pop-rock band Mayday storms into town for their Nowhere World Tour Singapore concert this weekend. Hit up Singapore Indoor Stadium this Saturday for your fill of heart-stopping Mando-rock.

Party poppers Midnight Shift hosts yet another of their awesome parties, this time at Velvet Underground. If you’re in the mood for some heart-stopping music, head here as djB, Brendon P, DJ KFC, host Kevin Lester and the obligatory international mystery guest hold court at Midnight Shift x Zouk: Future Bound.

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.