Five things to do over the weekend of Jul 21-22

This weekend, grab some laughs at Happy Ever Laughter, which pits 12 of Singapore's best comedians against each other. Alternatively, enjoy an evening of music brought to you by visiting artists from India at the Stephen Riady Auditorium at NTUC Centre. 

Here are the details and more recommendations: 

1. Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar Live In Concert

Photo courtesy: Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar
Photo courtesy: Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar

A full live band of talented artists are coming from India. Presented by Peshwai’s Singapore, this is one show you wouldn't want to miss. 

For tickets, please contact +65 9022 8086 (Yateen).

When: July 21
Where: The Stephen Riady Auditorium, NTUC Centre
Entry: S$35-75

2. Happy Ever Laughter - Standup Comedy Madness!

Photo courtesy: Dream Academy
Photo courtesy: Dream Academy

12 of Singapore's best comedians will be pitted against each other on The Capitol Theatre stage. Watch them as they pull no punches in a no-holds-barred full-chuckled fight to the rib-tickling end.

Nothing will be off-limits – searching for new PM, flooding in MRT, dwindling staff and readers at SPH, increasing GST and retiring in JB. No one and nothing will be spared when these sharp-tongued and quick-witted performers train their critical eyes on what is bothering and bewildering Singaporeans and their foreign friends these days.

When: Jul 21-22
Where: Capitol Theatre
Entry: S$80-130

3. GIIS SMART Campus open house

Photo courtesy: GIIS
Photo courtesy: GIIS

The digitally-savvy GIIS SMART Campus features new age learning, where technology joins hands with facilities carefully designed to give students the best academic and extracurricular benefit in their learning journey.

The smart features include Virtual Classrooms, data analytics in sports, labs to teach Innovation, Robotics & Entrepreneurship, safety features like facial recognition system. Meet the team and learn how the new SMART Campus can benefit your child’s learning journey.

When: Jul 21
Where: GIIS Smart Campus (Punggol) 
Entry: Free

4. Tuesdays with Morrie

Photo courtesy: Esplanade
Photo courtesy: Esplanade

One of the world’s top selling memoirs of all time, Tuesdays with Morrie is a moving rumination about life and death, based on author Mitch Albom’s interviews with his college Professor Morrie Schwartz.

Schwartz was afflicted with the terminal ALS disease (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and the story chronicles his thoughts about living a meaningful life over a series of meetings—always on Tuesdays—that Schwartz had with Albom before his passing. 

When: Jul 21-22
Where: Esplanade Theatre
Entry: S$38-118

5. Pink Dot 10

Photo courtesy: Pink Dot
Photo courtesy: Pink Dot

This year's Pink Dot kicks off at 5pm on July 21, Saturday. Pink Concert will start at 6pm, featuring local musicians such as  Sezairi, .gif, Sobs, MAS1A & Ragga Waka, Subhas, Paper Citizen and Andreas Chua. 

Entry is free, but limited to only Singaporeans and PRs. 

When: July 21
Where: Hong Lim Park
Entry: Free

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