What To Do This Weekend (29 Apr to 1 May)

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PHOTO: SINGAPORE ART BOOK FAIR
PHOTO: SINGAPORE ART BOOK FAIR
PHOTO: SINGAPORE ART BOOK FAIR

Ready for the weekend? Here's what you can look forward to this week.

1. Gorgeous Transformation Art Exhibition 2022

PHOTO: ION ORCHARD
PHOTO: ION ORCHARD
PHOTO: ION ORCHARD

From 30 April to 8 May, shoppers and visitors to ION Art gallery are invited to view 57 artworks by 55 women artists from the Women Artists Association (WAA) (Singapore).

Through this exhibition, WAA (Singapore) spotlights the participating artists and showcases their talent across various mediums that feature different perspectives, and also hopes to encourage more women to develop their talent in art and embrace their power to transform the world of art and art exhibitions.

30 April to 8 May 2022
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2. Tiger Crystal Fire Stages

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#SupportLocal music as Tiger Beer partners with Timbre Group to bring you Tiger Crystal Fire Stages. With an exciting line-up of 25 iconic local musicians such as Benjamin Kheng, Jack & Rai, and 53A, you can look forward to thrilling live music gigs at both Timbre+ Eastside and Timbre+ One North.

30 April to 26 June 2022
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3. PLAYtime! Imagination Station @ Esplanade


Enjoy a kid-friendly theatre performance with your little ones this weekend at the Esplanade. Recommended for kids aged 3 to 6, Imagination Station follows the journey of Jamie, a shy child who finds himself on board a train headed to Imagination Station, a place where only imaginary friends go. Thrown out of his comfort zone, Jamie embarks on an adventure to get home, meeting familiar and new characters along the way as he learns that he's braver than he thinks he is.

29 April to 15 May 2022
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4. Singapore Art Book Fair

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Explore the best of contemporary art books and zines at Singapore Art Book Fair. Aiming to deepen the public's understanding of art books and encourage exploration of this diverse medium, the multi-day event showcases and celebrates the innovative approaches of exhibitors from Singapore and around the world, including artists, designers, distributors, small presses, institutions, galleries, zinemakers, and printmakers.

29 April to 1 May 2022
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5. C-O-N-T-A-C-T @ Singapore Repertory Theatre

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Experience a different kind of play with C-O-N-T-A-C-T, a critically-acclaimed production that pushes the boundaries of what live theatre can achieve. Presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre, this immersive outdoor experience encourages you to to redefine what ‘performance' means and fall in love with theatre all over again.

Join Sarah in a world where social distancing is the norm as she embarks upon a journey of love, loss, catharsis, and redemption. You'll walk the path with the performers and share their sensations and thoughts as the action unfolds before your eyes, delivered through an app created specifically for the show.

From 29 April 2022
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6. Cordlife "We Are Family" Charity Virtual Walkathon

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Round up your family and friends to participate in a meaningful virtual walkathon. Organised by Cordlife, the "We Are Family" Charity Virtual Walkathon comprises of a 2.1 km walk and is supported by Community Chest, with all proceeds from the event going to Metta School, which offers special education to students aged 7 to 21 with mild intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Registration closes 30 April 2022
Virtual walkathon period: 1 to 21 May 2022
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