Weekend Guide

Sunsets, Stunts and Soundtracks This Weekend

By Zaki JufriEvents - 02 June 2011 1:21 PM | Updated 1:35 PM

Sunsets, Stunts and Soundtracks This Weekend

The weekend is back and it’s set to be bigger and better than the last one! Why you ask? Because a host of rip-roaring events are in store just for you—from a circus on a hip hop tip and K-Pop gigs to sleep overs at the museum and foodie workshops.

For The Grown Ups

Watch the stage come alive with 16 world-class performers and 10 circus disciplines for a jaw-dropping, thrilling and beautiful musical performance at the Grand Theater. With dare-devil stunt bikers, breakdancers and contortionists, Cirque Eloize iD(through Jun 26) showcases the unique talents of an international troupe. Described by The Montreal Gazette as “West Side Story gone hip-hop circus”, don’t miss the Asian premiere of this show. 

Check out Myanmar artist Aung Ko’s exhibition (through Jul 3) whose work centres around the communitarian aspect of indigenous life. Aware of the deep-seated changes that have affected rural societies South-east Asia, Aung Ko uses the village as a starting point to explore the essence of contemporary existence.

Don’t miss our other highlights to free events at the Singapore Arts Festival.

The Dumpling Festival is around the corner! Although, dumplings are in abundance everywhere at the stores, nothing beats home cooked ones. Hit the Singapore Flyer to learn how to make your own bak chang at this free workshop (Jun 3-5). Also, don’t miss our review of the biggest bak chang in Singapore!