Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (12-14 Jun 2015)

By Zaki JufriEvents - 10 June 2015 12:00 AM | Updated 12:45 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (12-14 Jun 2015)

Steel yourself for a night of observational comedy as funnyman Ronny Chieng returns to the comedy festival circuit with a new show, 'You Don't Know What You're Talking' asking why people can’t just say “I don’t know”.

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Singapore singer Kit Chan’s much-awaited concert Spellboundhappens Friday and Saturday. The singer is expected to perform her hit songs such as ‘Heartache’, ‘Loving You’, ‘Worries’ and’ Tempting Heart’ at the show, along with new singles.

Homegrown house hero DJ Aldrin hosts the groovy 'Singapore Island Culture Club' night at Kyo this Friday. Expect lots of nu-disco, deep house and other assorted gems.

Unwind with a sumptuous picnic spread at Fort Canning Park and enjoy an evening of dance together at Singapore’s favourite outdoor dance event, 'Ballet Under The Stars'.

Visitors watching a digital storyboard for Shrek's infamous 'interrogating Gingy' scene | Photo: Mark Ashkanasy

Learn the secrets of some of your favourite animated movies such as ‘Kungfu Panda’, ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ and ‘Shrek’ at DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition. Expect to see works of art, including original hand-drawn character sketches, 3D marquettes of locations and characters, and interactive displays that allow you to play with animation technology.

The trio of Singapore comedy theatre, Dim Sum Dollies, return with their 2007 critically acclaimed hit, 'The History of Singapore Part 1'. Gear up for a mad ride as the Dollies take you through the early days of Singapore, with appearances by Sang Nila Utama, Diva-licious samsui women and prematurely ejected kamikaze pilots.

Head down to Bras Basah Complex this Saturday to catch 'December Rains Mini Concert' which offers you a sneak preview of some of the popular and endearing songs from Singapore’s first original Chinese musical.

Annual outdoor event Pink Dot happens this weekend. Catch event ambassadors Patricia Mok, actor Daren Tan and YouTube stars Munah and Hirza as they promote the message of love for all. Joining them are Singapore singer-songwriters Inch Chua and Gentle Bones, hip-hop artiste Shigga Shay, as well as dance group Plus Point.

Zoukidisco | Photo: Zouk

See the Smurfs live on stageat Resorts World Sentosa. The little blue creatures are about to celebrate springtime with the annual Spring Parade, but the evil Gargamel has plans to trick Mother Nature and eradicate spring forever.

Zouk’s 'Flea and Easy' fashion event returns this weekend for a Summer edition. Grab new and pre-loved threads, funky accessories and other bargain finds at Singapore’s coolest pasar malam (night market). There’s fun planned for the little ones as well, with Phuture hosting the family-friendly 'ZouKiDisco' tea party. 

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