Weekend Guide

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (3-5 June 2016)

By inSing EditorEvents - 02 June 2016 12:00 AM | Updated 5:08 PM

TGIF!: Your weekend guide (3-5 June 2016)

DJ veteran and Kyo head honcho Godwin P controls the decks this Friday for a special house party to celebrate his birthday. Buy the man some drinks if you’re heading down. 

Known for such haunting tunes including ‘The Blower’s Daughter’ and ‘Cannonball’, Irish troubadour Damien Rice is performing here at the Star Theatre on Saturday.

Featuring seven side-splitting shows, six workshops and a total 30 hours of improv into one weekend is the first-ever Singapore Improv Festival (through 5 Jun | 42 WaterLoo St | From $25), where everything’s made up on the spot and funny.

It’s Stomp-meets- Master Chef at ‘Nanta (Cookin'), Korea’s most watched stage spectacular, now playing at the Resorts World Theatre.

Discover how the phenomenon of the data explosion has radically transformed our society and culture at ArtScience Museum's latest exhibition 'Big Bang Data'. Together with the exhibition co-curators, Olga Subirós and José Luis de Vicente, the museum has also specially curated a section of the exhibition to tell the story of Singapore’s unique relationship with data.

Poetry goes galactic at Poets Under The Stars (4 Jun | Free upon registration), featuring space-inspired poetry by eight Singaporean writers merging science and poetry at the Science Centre Singapore's Omni-Theatre.

Marvel at over 100 years of history of French jewellery house Van Cleef & Arpels’ exhibition at the ArtScience Museum. The exhibition showcases over 400 pieces from the Van Cleef & Arpels' archives, plus pieces on loan from private collectors around the world.

One of the world’s most popular musicals, ‘Les Miserables(through 17 Jul | $58-228 from Sistic), returns with a brand new grittier staging. See it live during its limited run here at the Esplanade Theatre.

It's going to be a month-long Father's Day celebration at Madame Tussauds. All dads wearing the Dads for Life’s ‘Celebrating Fathers’ wristband distributed to all schools and national servicemen can enter for free when accompanied by a ticket holder.

Adrian Pang, Tan Kheng Hua and Neo Swee Lin star in ‘Falling’ (through 5 Jun | KC Arts Centre, 20 Merbau Rd | $30-55 from Sistic)a family drama which takes a look at the effects of autism on a household.

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