Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (29-31 Jan 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 27 January 2016 1:59 PM | Updated 1:29 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (29-31 Jan 2016)

Catch up on new Singapore music by young musicians and bands here at Esplanade’s All Things New series of gigs. Discover homegrown music from the likes of singer-songwriters Anise and bittymacbeth, four-piece band The Neptune Waves and rock band Stopgap.

'CTRL', Riot In Magenta

More musical treats can be had at Gardens by The Bay with the return of the St. Jerome's Laneway Festival SingaporeThis year’s lineup features more than 20 international and regional acts including Riot in Magenta, Battles, Grimes, Hudson Mohawke and Beach House. 

The annual theatre festival dedicated to children returns with more acclaimed stage imports of productions with cast and creatives from the UK. Bring the young ones to Room on the Broomfeaturing a witch, her cat and a broomstick.

Sven Vath

German techno legend Sven Vath returns to Zouk for another night of dark pumping beats.

Fresh from hosting last weekend’s shindig at the Singapore Art Museum, Mr Has holds court at Kyo this Friday. Expect loads of fresh house and tech-house beats.

Mandopop singer Stella Zhang Qing Fangreturns to Singapore this weekend — after 20 years. Best known for her hits such as ‘I’m Still Young’, ‘After The Passion’ and ‘Heavy Rain At Night’, Zhang is joined onstage by legendary music guru Jonathan Lee.

'What Remains', Sarker Protick

Celebrating powerful, moving and sometimes disturbing photojournalism, the annual
World Press Photocompetition draws entries from all over the world. The exhibition of 140 winning and shortlisted shots is shown here at the National Museum of Singapore. 

Also, at the National Museum is the Treasures of the World exhibition at the National Museum where more than 230 artefacts and relics from The British Museum are displayed. Check out the mummy that was falsely rumoured to have sunk the Titanic, discover ancient Mesopotamian graves or just learn about the history of the ancient world. 

'Trespassing Bergman'

Indie cinema The Projector hosts Singapore’s inaugural Swedish Film Festival, featuring a diverse range of films from documentaries like ‘Trespassing Bergman’ to dramas like ‘Call Girl’ and ‘Belleville Baby’.

Hoof it to the roof this Sunday for dance party Singapore Island Culture Club’s first day party at Ce La Vi, with music by DJs Brendon P, Aldrin, Anand and Deepak. 

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