Weekend eye candy

Desiree Pakiam
Going Out – By Day

You have a couple of choices this 21-22 April: Watch male models stride the runway, catch a Shakespeare classic, or create a future blockbuster. So what will it be?

Men's Fashion Week Singapore 2012
Not only will you see hot male models strut their stuff in high-end fashion, you'll be treated to appearances by chart-topping J-pop and K-pop stars too. The line-up includes 15 shows from various labels and designers that'll update you on what's trending for men this season. 21-22 Apr. Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre. Tickets start from $60.

The Golden Orb
Enjoy an intriguing retelling of the Chinese legend of Hou Yi through a joint collaboration between a musician (solo harpist Katryna Tan) and an artist (glass and sand artist Tan Sock Fong). 21 Apr. Emily Hill, 11 Upper Wilkie Road. Tickets are $10 each.

Shoot your very own short film
Learn to express yourself better to a wider audience — and bring your story to life — by making your own digital short film with tips from local filmmaker and TV veteran Lionel Chiok. His one-day workshop welcomes participants aged 18 and above. 21 Apr, 9am-5pm. Woodlands Regional Library. Free; participants have to register first at the NLB website.

A Midsummer Night's Dream
Students from the graduating class of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) Diploma-in-Theatre English Drama will stage their not-to-be-missed version of Shakespeare's masterpiece. 21 Apr, 8pm. 22 Apr, 3pm. Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Studio Theatre. Tickets from $8.

Pop Zymphonys: A piano recital by Rahel Senn
Relax to an evening of pop and classical tunes in a tranquil garden setting, as talented Swiss-Chinese pianist Rahel Senn performs a wide range of pieces. 22 Apr, 6pm. Singapore Botanic Gardens, Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. Free.

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