A great opportunity to meet the renowned Dr Shashi Tharoor, experiencing distinctive works around the world, or just chilling with Singapore Rugby Sevens, this weekend has much to offer you. Pick according to your mood from the list here.
1. Shashi The Roar in Singapore - An evening with Dr Shashi Tharoor
Mr Vikram Khanna, Associate Editor, The Straits Times will engage Dr Shashi Tharoor in discussions ranging from soft power, hard power, world affairs and Dr Tharoor's books among others. You will get a chance to ask questions, buy one of his books, get a signed copy and perhaps a photograph with Dr Tharoor.
When: April 27, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
The Singapore International Festival of Arts has been presenting distinctive and inspiring works from Singapore and around the world for the last 41 years. Be inspired by Singapore’s pinnacle performing arts festival with shows across multiple genres including theatre, dance and music.
When: From April 26 to May 12
Where: Various locations
Witness exhilarating thrills and spills when the world’s top 16 rugby nations duke it out in Singapore. Known for its elaborately costumed fans, the Singapore Rugby Sevens also entertains spectators off the pitch with roving performers, face painters, fairground games, photo booths, stage performances and merchandise stores. Don’t miss out on its exuberant after-party too.
When: April 28 to 29
Where: Singapore Sports Hub
Entry: SGD50 to SGD220
The Projector presents its latest film festival, featuring the best of Polish cinema. The inaugural Polish Film Festival is screening five critically acclaimed movies, including Breaking The Limits, a story based on the life of athlete Jerzy Gorski, and Jacek Borcuch 2009's music and romance flick All That I Love.
When: April 27 to 29
Where: The Projector, Kallang
The young and young at heart will definitely enjoy this interactive presentation of the Singapore heartlands’ many iconic playgrounds. You’ll even get to admire what Singaporeans imagine our future playgrounds to look like.
When: Ongoing until September 30
Where: National Museum of Singapore