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What To Do This Weekend (11 to 13 Nov)

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

1. Waterfront Carnival at PAssion Wave @ Marina Bay

Time to bring the fam out for a fun-filled day at Waterfront Carnival at PAssion Wave @ Marina Bay! Expect a variety of water and waterfront activities - think: laser air pistol, archery, kayaking, kin-ball, and more! Psst... there's even a food stall and door gift (1 redemption per pax) waiting for you that includes candy floss, so get your tickets now!

13 November 2022 (10am to 3pm)
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2. Puppet Origin Stories @ One-Two-Six

What's the significance of One Two Six? Well, 126 Cairnhill Arts Centre is home to The Finger Players, aka one of SG's leading theatre companies that fuses the art of puppetry with other art disciplines. And for their new triple bill performance - Puppet Origin Stories @ ONE-TWO-SIX - expect puppetry-led works by Becca D’Bus, Hairi Cromo, and Tan Wei Ting as part of a night of site-responsive performances, an exhibition of the company's history, and an Easter-egg-hunting-esque/lucky draw-esque... thing.

Till 13 November 2022
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3. Youtube Fanfest 2022

Imagine meeting your social media idols irl... well, you can, at Youtube Fanfest 2022! The event is set to return to the "live" stage this month to celebrate its 10th year, with an offline show in Singapore held at Marina Bay Sands that will be livestreamed globally on 11 November.

You'll be dazzled by a red carpet opening, a chance to get up close with your favourite artists as they do "live"interviews, and more! No fear lah - if you don't have a ticket, you can catch it all "live" on the YouTube Fanfest channel.

11 November 2022
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4. A Singaporean in Paris

No ah, this isn't a Netflix spin-off of Emily in Paris. (Far from it!) Rather, this musical comedy is directed by Hossan Leong, and revolves around the experience of a Singaporean artist who travels to Paris to pursue his life-long dream of performing in a cabaret in the “new normal”.

Through interviews with Singaporeans who have lived recently or are still living in Paris, the show portrays all the intricacies and quirks of day-to-day Parisian life - from a uniquely Singaporean POV!

Till 13 November 2022
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