Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (1-3 Apr 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 30 March 2016 11:00 AM | Updated 3:02 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (1-3 Apr 2016)

If you haven’t done it yet, head down to the National Museum to check out Treasures of the World exhibition where to more than 230 treasures from The British Museum, in what is the largest and most comprehensive show from the British Museum’s collection in Singapore to date.

German superstar Robin Schulz brings some of the biggest dancefloor hits of the decade which earned him high ranking chart placement to Zouk this weekend. After dominating European charts with his debut single ‘Prayer in C’, sold in several million copies, Schulz became a true music phenomenon. 

Having sold over 70 million records worldwide, the renowned UK reggae group UB40 makes a stop here to showcase some of their most popular hits including ‘Food for Thought’, ‘Signing Off’ and ‘One in Ten’ as well as 1993 smash hit, ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’. 

Don’t miss ‘Faulty Towers The Dining Experience 2016’ (1-10 Apr | Casuarina Suite A, Raffles Hotel | $179, $219 from Sistic), a critically acclaimed dinner-theatre tribute to the legendary BBC sitcom.

Combination music, art, comedy and theater, Blue Man Group  is unlike any performance you've ever experienced. And if you're lucky enough to see it from the first few rows, it will hit you in more ways than one. So don’t miss this one.

It is undeniably Channel 5’s most hilarious and successful comedy series. The fictitious and satirical The Noose news crew takes to the stage for a laugh-out-loud weekend. Featuring the original Noose anchors and reporters alongside comics including Kumar and Harith Iskander. 

Hollywood comes to Singapore this Sunday at Universal Studios Singapore. Chris Hemsworth, Jessica Chastain and Charlize Theron will be in town to promote their new movie 'The Huntsman: Winter's War'. Fans get a chance to be up close and personal with the actors as they walk down the red carpet inside the theme park.

Acclaimed actress Jean Ng collaborates with dancer Joavien Ng in Intrusions, a performance that explores the nature of dreams.

Be entertained by Bharatanatyam dancer Meenakshi Srinivasan as she presents the story of Sita, the heroine from the epic ‘Ramayana’ in a solo performance.

You can never get enough of apes since it’s the Year of The Monkey. Be awed by another mystical monkey besides Sun Wu Kong – Hanuman. The superhero character of Hindu legend is brought to life by UK troupe, Imitating The Dog, in a show that is equals parts cartoon, film and musical. 

Check out our events calendar for many more ongoing events and series around our bustling little island!