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The long weekend is finally here so let’s not waste anymore time—here are the events, parties and happenings around town that you need to check out stat!

Meet Crazy Rich Asians movie director, Jon M. Chu at Apple Orchard Road

You’ve read Kevin Kwan’s books—now it’s time to get to know the man behind the upcoming movie, Crazy Rich Asians: Jon M. Chu. Meet the director and learn about his creative process at the Apple Store Singapore today. And who knows, some cast members might be present—they just wrapped filming around the city!

Visit Downton Abbey: The Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands features such elaborately put together sets and costumes, it is as if entering the famous grand manor itself. We’re talking a kitchen with what looks like freshly baked pie on the counter, a candle-lit grand dining room, and even Carson’s butler pantry. Consider this your invitation to join Lord and Lady Grantham at home. Wear a dress!

Watch W!ld Rice’s mile-high adventure, Boeing Boeing

Always wanted to join the Mile High Club? Well, you won’t get that exactly, but W!ld Rice’s sexy theatre comedy, Boeing Boeing hits the stage this weekend, and promises to entertain with a modern-day casanova and his three striking air stewardesses who hit turbulence at high altitudes.

Party like you just don’t care at The Lo & Behold Group Festival

Can’t adult anymore? The Lo & Behold Group hears you. The first ever TLG Festival is there for you to wreak awesome havoc all over the entire city: From delicious food fights at Extra Virgin Pizza and partying till dawn at Tanjong Beach Club; to getting snazzy at The Black Swan and playing dress up with fellow overgrown students for a Rivervale special at OverEasy Orchard.

Get some body art at Ink & Cut at The Cathay

Need a cool haircut, shave or tattoo? Get all at The Cathay’s INK & CUT pop-up this weekend, helmed by homegrown modern traditional barbershop, The Hounds of The Baskervilles and local tattoo studio, Gimmelove Tattoo.


By Dana Koh