Weekend Guide

Things To Do This Weekend

By Shu ChiangEvents - 31 December 2009 6:18 AM | Updated 16 September 2010

Things To Do This Weekend


Friday, 1 January



Young artists from five junior colleges have contributed 13 works for this showcase, which explores the titular notion of tactile. Free admission.

Until 10 January, at SAM at 8Q, Queen Street.




If you haven’t watched James Cameron’s latest sci-fi extravaganza, which is expected to spawn two more sequels, now is as good a time as any. Try the cutting-edge RealD 3D experience at selected cinemas, and try to sit further back from large screens.

Ongoing, at various cinemas.



RSG with The Bloody Beetroots

For those not yet partied out from the festive season, Italian electronica and dance music duo, The Bloody Beetroots, rock the house at this New Year’s Day party.

Today only, at Zouk.


Saturday, 2 January

Page One Warehouse Sale

Up to 6,000 titles at up to 70% off, this book sale includes art & design, lifestyle and children’s titles. Take the shuttle bus from Bedok MRT or public transport from Eunos MRT.

Until 3 January, at Page One Singapore Pte Ltd.


Bears IMAX

Observe bears in all their glory in their natural habitat in the Arctic and North America. This IMAX documentary takes you to a salmon hunt in Alaska, into the cosy home of a mama bear and her cubs, and on a seal search with a polar bear family. Tickets from $5 to $10.

Until 1 February, at Omni-Theatre, Singapore Science Centre.

Images of Dance

Photographer Dennis Ng captures instants of dance, which may typically appear as a flurry of quick movements and jumps – too fast for the human eye. In so doing, he may infer new meaning and create a new sensation from viewing these shots. Free admission.

Until 11 January, at The Arts House.


Sunday, 3 January


My Last Light

By Mohammed Khairil Sum, My Last Light is a “glimpse of a man's memories and thoughts that lead up to his end...” An Esplanade Presents visual arts programme. Free of charge.

Until 3 January, at [email protected]


Dipped in Red

Exhibition of works by Singapore-based Indonesian artist Kelvin Atmadibrata, exploring the post-sex experiences and their relations to the AIDS epidemic. Opened on World AIDS Day, 1 December. A collaboration with Action For AIDS. Free admission.

Until 9 January, at PLU Hangout Café, Yio Chu Kang Road.

Mahler 1

Commemorating Mahler’s 150th birth anniversary, with a performance of his first symphony, are The Orchestra of the Music Makers, accompanied by flautist Cheryl Lim and harpist Laura Peh. Tickets from $15 to $25.

Today only, at Victoria Concert Hall.