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What To Watch, Listen To, And Try This Weekend (April 24-26)

We know what you're thinking: four additional weeks of the circuit breaker? UGH. 

It may sound like an eternity, but take it one week at a time - this too shall pass. In the meantime, here's how you can get through another weekend spent at home: 

WATCH: Emily of Emerald Hill 

The local theatre company might have put its stage productions on hold, so tune in their biggest hits by watching performance recordings YouTube. Wild Rice will upload a new production over the next three Fridays, starting with Emily of Emerald Hill, so grab a family member and enjoy it together. 

Watch it here

Participate in a live sing-a-long

In between the extended circuit breaker and the uptick in cases, we've had a long couple of weeks - and we've got to salute our front liners, who have been working tirelessly even on weekends to keep us all healthy and safe. If you'd like to help lift the nation's spirits, consider joining Dick Lee's nationwide sing-a-long on Saturday, where he will lead everyone in a heartfelt rendition of "Home". 

Buy Prints For A Good Cause

These eight Singaporean photographers have raised almost $39,000 to help migrant workers. And it's not too late for us to join, as the sale will run until May 4. Prices for prints, which depict tranquil scenes of Singapore, start from $80 to $500, with all proceeds going to beneficiaries. 

Find out more here

Missing A Friend Or Loved One? Send Them A Gift Box That Supports Local Businesses

We can't deliver surprise bubble tea or desserts to our loved ones anymore, but that doesn't mean the love has to stop. If you know someone who's feeling especially sian about the extended circuit breaker, send them a box full of treats to let them know that they're on your heart. And as a bonus, you'll be helping small local businesses as well!

The Keep Singapore United Box, an initiative by travel company Anywhr, starts from $55, including islandwide delivery fees. Order here

Don’t be deceived by this Pictionary-style game’s 90s-era interface – it can keep you and your friends occupied for a good hour or so, enough to fill your social quota in these lonely times. To play, simply create a private room, invite your friends, and start drawing. You can submit your answers in a chat bar on the side, but we recommend videoconferencing at the same time so that you can easily scream out clues mid-game.

Try it here

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