Relive your childhood this weekend at the Adult Playground (8 Nov | 10am-7pm). Open to adults at least 22 years of age, Adult Playground is a sports festival featuring 22 thrilling activities and games like archery tag, bubble soccer, bossaball, gyrospin, jetpack and human foosball, plus music by Jack and Rai, Gentle Bones and The Sam Willows. Tickets $88-108 at Peatix.
Some of the best mixed martial arts (MMA) fights from ONE FC will duke it out this Friday in the Battle of Lions. The main event will feature a world title fight between ferocious middleweight Leandro Ataides of Brazil and Kazakhstan’s Igor Svirid.
Discover the hidden secrets and backstories to some of Singapore’s iconic monuments at the Monumental Walking Tours that starts this weekend. Learn more about places like the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Abdul Gafoor Mosque, Thian Hock Keng and Ying Fo Fui Kun temples and the College of Medicine Building at the Singapore General Hospital.
Singapore online art gallery Thieves Market is holding their first art exhibition at [email protected] (#02-03, 222 Queen St) featuring the works of visual artist Rizibe. Titled ‘Villa Sunplaza – Time Lost Falling In Love’ (7-12 Nov | noon-8pm), the show showcases quirky artworks set in a fictitious villa in Bali.
A sample of FIN's handcrafted accessories
Homegrown craft label FIN will be holding its first trunk show at Life is Beautiful (99 Duxton Rd.) starting this weekend. This trunk show, ‘BURU’ (8-9 Nov, 15-16 Nov | 11am-5pm) features products made with indigo-dyed fabrics, denim and blue cotton canvas. Expect handcrafted tote bags, purses, aprons and other accessories.
German techno DJ Monica Kruse will be performing a set at Velvet Underground this Friday for the flagship Para//el night.
Art gallery-dance club Canvas (#B1-01/06 The Riverwalk, 20 Upper Circular Rd) kicks off its monthly Sunday film night this weekend. Imagination Cinema is a collaboration between Tribeca and Bombay that gives young filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their talents. This weekend’s lineup features films from James W Griffiths, Paul Frankl, Shekhar Bassi, Cadi Catlow and Alexis Barrroso Gasco. Free entry; register here
For more ideas on more things to do this weekend, don’t forget to check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend and see you back here next week.