Can't decide what to do on weekends? Confused between staying home and going out partying?
People living in Singapore, brace yourselves. A lot of events are in store this weekend, right from Golden Village's love and Pride film to We Remember! Festival.
These events will capture your attention with fun and informative activities. Visitors can spend some time with their families and friends and also gain knowledge. So, spend your weekends fruitfully and go home with a relaxed mind.
IBTimes brings you a list of the seven most happening weekend events in Singapore.
Golden Village 's Love and Pride film festival
Singapore Film Festival has curated a line of films including Japanese Drama Close – Knit, Teddy's Award-winning Brazilian flick Don't Call Me Son and Taiwanese director Chou Tung-Yen's Looking For?, the documentary based on gay dating apps.
This is scheduled to be the opening program of the festival, to be followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers.
The festival has 12 films lined up, all of which share a common theme of universal love and sexuality, giving the audience benefits of a series of critically acclaimed and thought evoking cinematic pieces.
Date: September 29 – October 2
Tickets : $ 10-18
Camp kilo x Commoner Creatures Present Art Club
Camp kilo x Commoner creatures presents art club with its fourth edition at Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, Lavender.
The art club has fun stored out for the visitors in form of art, jamming, and music. It is also supplemented with a Sunday roast and a drink or more than that.
If visitors are interested in craftsmanship, dough making or just want to spend some good time, this event is the best.
Date: October 1
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
Visitors can witness 37 best Shakespeare tales within 97 minutes. The Bard's plays are being acted out hilariously and in complete chaos.
The first such performance was in 1981, among which The Complete Works of William Shakespeare is best of the lot and the first to grace the stages of London's West End, at Criterion Theatre, for around 10 years.
They have toured many countries in recent years starting from the USA, Canada to New Zealand and Japan.
Visitors can watch this play at School of Arts Drama Theatre
Date: September 29 – October 1
Tickets: $78 – 108
Green is the New Black
Conscious Festival is back with the fourth edition at Parkroyal on Pickering. This edition of the festival aims to influence visitors, improvise their routine like their eating, living and working habits with the hashtag #LittleGreenSteps #LiveMoreConsciously etc.
Visitors can visit this event and can get inspired by their transformational talks and recheck on one's basic routine.
Date: October 1
Witness To War: Remembering 1942
The National Museum of Singapore is back with a bang through its international exhibition with more than 130 artefacts from 10 overseas museums and institutions.
Witness To War focuses on Singapore's fall during Second World War in 1942 and the stories of hope associated with it. Visitors get to witness untold personal stories behind Singapore's fall at National Museum.
And you might also get see the uncovered richness of Singapore history.
Date: September 29- September 30
We Remember! Festival
Project We Forgot is a community that supports the caregivers with psychological disorders like Alzemeria and dementia.
This is a project that focuses on raising awareness for World Alzemeria Month. We Remember! is a festival to show support to these beautiful people with a movie screening and live music at Lepark.
Date: September 30
Lithuanian producer Marijus Adomaitis is known for Ten Walls, which has been dominating dance floors since 2014 with a unique brand of deep tech house music.
Adomaitis was on UK Singles Charts top 10, and later on ascended to number 6. He released his debut album, Queen, in 2017. Visitors can get a glimpse of Ten Walls at Nightlight Life Club.
Date: September 29
Tickets: $35- 45
So take your pick and enjoy your weekend!