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Five things to do this weekend (May 6-8)

Reconnect with family and friends this weekend.

Amanda Tan
Amanda Tan

Skills include buying the same jeans in different colours.


Published: 6 May 2022, 10:33 AM

Sick of visiting the same few spots every weekend? Why not spice it up with these new and interesting places that put a twist on your usual activities!

Here are five things to do this weekend (May 6 to 8):

1. Approach mental health from a different perspective

PHOTO CREDIT: EYEYAH!

 

Get inspired and empowered by this free installation which features over 20 artworks and animations that explore the theme of anxiety through multiple perspectives.

Organised by educational platform EYEYAH!, local and international artists were invited to illustrate their interpretation of what anxiety looks and feels like, its causes, positive and negative anxiety, and ways to overcome anxiety.

The installation is held at Kult Kafe and will run till May 21.

Visitors can also pick up a free copy of the sixth issue of the EYEYAH! magazine (worth $10), whilst stocks last.

Kult Kafe is located at The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, #01-19B, Singapore 287994. It is open from 3pm to 12am from Wednesday to Friday, 9am to 12am on Saturday and 9am to 10.30pm on Sunday.

2. Immerse yourself in a new cinematic experience

PHOTO CREDIT: THE PROJECTOR

 

Sick of the stiff seats in the cinema halls? In need of a breath of fresh air? Why not check out Projector X: Electric Cinema.

For one weekend only, music management agency 24OWLS and independent cinema The Projector will be screening a series of films at the disused Pasir Panjang Power Station A.

Titles you can catch include Dune, Tiong Bahru Social Club, Metropolis, and Blade Runner The Final Cut.

Tickets are at a fixed price of $30 each.

3. Celebrate Hari Raya with the National Museum of Singapore

PHOTO CREDIT: NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE

 

Enjoy Hari Raya at the National Museum of Singapore with a series of specially curated workshops and activities for you to learn more about the traditions and cultures that are practised and celebrated during Hari Raya.

Some things to look forward to include a hands-on batik crafting workshop, a gallery hunt and a live performance by a multiracial band who will present popular Hari Raya songs.

4. Dine with the dinosaurs of Jurassic World

PHOTO CREDIT: RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA

 

This Sunday (May 8) will be the opening weekend of the Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure, a multi-sensory dining experience that invites visitors to treat themselves to a Jurassic World-themed feast, immersive special effects and meet-and-greets!

It celebrates the release of the highly anticipated Jurassic World Dominion in cinemas worldwide on Jun 10.

The package is priced at $188 for children and $248 for adults and entitles visitors to a one day ticket to Universal Studios Singapore (guests can enter the park as early as 10am to enjoy the rides), a Universal Express Unlimited Pass, meet-and-greets at the Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure, a four-course dinner with a free flow of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks for adults, and a four-course dinner with a free flow of non-alcoholic drinks and ice-cream for children.

Jurassic World Dominion Dining Adventure will be held at the Discovery Food Court in Universal Studios Singapore only on select dates from May to August from 6.30pm to 9pm.

5. Celebrate Mother’s Day

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With Mother’s Day on Sunday (May 8), it’d be good to start thinking of ways to show your mom some love be it through a home cooked meal or handwritten card.

If you have a bigger budget this year, you may want to consider getting her a gift. Check out our listicle for some ideas!


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