16 things to see, do, eat and drink in Singapore this week (Sep 28-Oct 2)

There are plenty of good indoor activities this hazy week to keep you busy, including but not limited to: 50% off alcohol, a comedy night, arty film screenings and a pajama party.

Mon, Sep 28

Chase the Monday blues away with Fresh’s Ponteng Mondays. All beers and wines are 50% off at 101 Jalan Sultan. The bar’s resident “doctors,” Dr Mike and Shaun, will be there to give you “MCs.” Free

Tue, Sep 29

American comedian Jim Brewsky will be at Comedy Masala for one night only. $12

The Alliance Francaise Singapour will screen the film, Les Heriteurs, in which a school teacher enters her class in a contest to examine how the Holocaust has affected her generation. $7

Haze be damned! Join the Fitness Bootcamp at the Botanic Gardens. Free

#SpeakEasySG‘s monthly networking event includes entrepreneurs and creatives. This month’s panel includes the managing director of Airbnb, Chia Jai Jih, and the director of Bid4Ad, Laura Zaccaria. Free

Wed, Sep 30

STPI is screening The World According to Kapoor, about the artistic journey of the sculptor Anish Kapoor. There will be free popcorn, too. Free

Teater Ekamatra’s Projek Suitcase opens with eight, 20-minute plays based on the theme “excavation”. Head to the Malay Heritage Centre each night to watch two plays. The run ends Oct 4. $32

Tania De Rozario is headling this edition of spoken word showcase Speak, supported by other local slam poets including Victoria Lim and Tysha Khan, at the Canvas Creative Space for . Free

Thu, Oct 1

Gallery iPRECIATION opens Portable Art Week. Expect pieces by local artists Boo Sze Yang, Lee Wen and Michael Lee. Free

Put on your dancing shoes and head to Timbre for the Swing Fling Revolution for lindyhoppers. You can even go freestyle with some old school vinyl DJ-ing. $25

Lepark is hosting Raise The Roof, where you can do yoga and pilates. Funds raised will go to Kom Lang Satrey, which inspired Cambodian women to be independent through dance.  $30

Fri, Oct 2

Halloween festivities are beginning: The Projector’s Freaky Friday screening this week will be A Nightmare on Elm Street at midnight. Spooky. Donations are welcome.

Cozy up with English and Mandarin-language singer Ariane Deborah at The Company of Cats. $24

The Bang Bang Pyjama Party is probably the only event this month that will let you come in your sexy PJs. $35

Billed as the MVP of DJs, A-TRAK will be spinning a blend of hip-hop and electronic music at the club RAKES. $50

Sunshine Nation celebrates its third anniversary with Austrian electronic dance duo Klangkarussel. House music fans, this one’s for you.