Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (26-28 Feb 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 24 February 2016 2:14 PM | Updated 2:18 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (26-28 Feb 2016)

The circus is back in town! Blending hip hop, street dance and circus acrobatics is Cirque Eloize, a contemporary urban circus production from Montreal.  The scene is set in the heart of a city, in a public space where people seek refuge, shed their anonymity, forge an identity and express individuality. Fifteen performers from 13 disciplines create iD’s entertaining and resolutely urban universe. 

Cherry Poke | Photo: Jahan

Step into the mind of an artist as contemporary Singapore artist Jahan Loh sets up a pop-up studio and solo art exhibition in ION Art Gallery. B-Side and Rarities is a pop-up studio conceived as a “behind-the-scenes” concept that lifts the artist’s working space to the Ion Art Gallery. See works such as the ‘Cherry Pop’ series. 

Bulgarian DJ and producer Strahil Velchev or better known as Kink brings his brand of house and techno to club Kyo this Friday. He performs alongside vocalist Rachel Row.

Modern gastropub Oxwell & Co throws a daytime party this Saturday. Oxwell Towers: Four Floors of Frolickis its first free-flow brunch party featuring four unique dining experiences across four levels.

For some well-needed doses of laughter, head down to The Wallich (72 Anson Rd.) for Weirdos Standup Comedy - Asylum Edition. Come watch seven crazy comics tear up the stage with resident comedian Oli Bear. 

They’ve sold more than 70 million albums worldwide, earnerd a slew of music awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and they’re here to perform for us this weekend. Get ready to get down and grooving with Kool and the Gang at MBS.

Mandopop star Della Ding returns to wow fans with her ballads at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for her ‘The First Day to Say I Love You’ tour.

See Adrian Pang, Tan Kheng Hua and Nikki Muller in The Effect, a romantic drama written by British playwright Lucy Prebble. It received the United Kingdom's Critic's Circle Award for Best New Play in 2012.

The Material Girl is finally here. The undisputed Queen of Pop, Madonna comes to Singapore for the first time with a repertoire that spans her illustrious career. There are some tickets left for this once-in-a-lifetime event. Don’t miss it!

For some no-frills shopping, check out The Really Really Free Market that is happening this Sunday at Jurong Central Park (across from Boon Lay MRT).  If you have pre-loved CDs, books, clothes or toys to give away. This is the place. Everything is free here. We’re serious. 

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