From attending Closing ceremony of Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SGSAIFF) to learning the art of boutique and food styling, this weekend leaves with captivating options to choose from. Here is the list of options you can vouch for to have a good weekend ahead.
Asia International Comedy Fest 2017
Presented by LA Comedy Live, Asia International Comedy Fest 2017 showcases not just one or two but six solo shows by captivating comedians, with headlined by the YouTube sensations Mikey Bustos from the Philippines and Bert Kreischer from the United States.
The festival is not just for laughs, also holds a deeper message to promote diversity, acceptance when differences among people are being challenged in the world we are in today.
When: September 8 to 10
Where: Singapore city
Entry: SGD35 onwards
Ask a French Floral Workshop
Those who love flowers and food, this workshop is perfect for them, especially when it falls over the weekend. You’ll be able to learn about hand-tied bouquets a basics of floral and food styling. Using the spiral technique, the three-hour workshop is led by head florist Aude Giraud.
When: September 9, at 10am
Where: Shop Wonderland
Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC)
Another round of the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) is back to celebrate its 10th birthday, with more prolific figures in the international comic sense. This year’s edition will introduce a brand new Good Game Experience (GGXP) zone with an exciting line-up of entertainment and tournaments for gaming fans.
When: September 9 and 10
Where: Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Entry: SGD19 to SGD128
Singapore South Asian International Film Festival 2017 Closing Ceremony
The on-going Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SGSAIFF) will be celebrating its closing ceremony with concert by Bollywood hit singer and musician Mohit Chauhan and Neha Kakkar. The awards will be given to emerging filmmakers by celebrities from the film world including the mentor of the festival, film actor Manoj Bajpayee.
When: September 9
Where: The Star Performing Arts Centre
Entry: SGD40 to SGD248
The Great Singapore Replay
Music lovers can enjoy the showcase of showcase modern reinterpretations of classic Singaporean pop hits from the 1960s to 2000s. The good part is the entry is free and you get to see ten emerging homegrown talents pair up with established local music acts, including Charlie Lim, iNCH and Vandetta.
When: September 9 at 4pm
Where: Clarke Quay Central