16 things eat, see and do this week in Singapore

A Star Wars screening, wine dinners, working out by the bay and tons of cool parties, all happening this week.

Mon, May 4

The original cast of the British improv TV show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? does a three-night gig full of sketches based on audience suggestions. 

May the 4th be with you. The Projector screens Star Wars – A New Hope as a part of Star Wars day.

Muddy Murphy’s new open mic comedy night Laugh In has tons of new standup comedians performing every Monday. 

Tue, May 5

With 10 Grammy Awards under their belt, Take 6 knows how to put on a show. The a cappella group celebrate their 25th anniversary with amazing vocals and harmonies that fuse gospel, jazz, R&B and pop.

The dining scene’s newest Portguese restaurant Boca hosts a wine pairing dinner ($98) with signature dishes like bacalhau and brandy-flamed chourico. 

Try out one of the newest fitness fads Zuu, where you mimic animal movements, at Armour @ The Bay for free.

Wed, May 6

It’s Bitters & Love‘s last day at the North Canal Road location. The cocktail bar will be shaking up their last drinks tonight before moving to their new Telok Ayer digs.

Groove to hip hop and trap when Dave Does and Cherish take the decks at Respect. Plus, ladies get free vodka mixers.

Thu, May 7

If you’ve always wanted to learn a little more about meditation, Doing Nothing Gives You Everything hosts a talk about the benefits of meditation and what to expect when you first start.

Girls On Top‘s female-only networking night dishes tips building an online brand and getting engagement with your audience. There will be talks by the likes of Google’s Hana Marsalkova and Hootsuite’s Vicky Truong.

Club Street’s small plates restaurant Pluck celebrates its first anniversary with tons of small bites, drinks and good music.

Spoken poetry SPEAK invites artists like Deborah Emmanuel, Ben Chow, Stephanie Dogfoot and Shivram Gopinath for a night of spoken word pieces beased on complete freedom of speech.

Fri, May 8

DJ best friends and brothers, Cash Cash, make up the dance pop trio. They’ll be playing a host of vibrant remixes like “Take Me Home”.

Galerie Steph debuts new exhibition, Peculiar Textures, showing paintings, collages and drawings from Bradley Foisset, Hilmi Johandi and Luke Heng.

Part narrative, part art show and part party, Tell Your Children Paradise Shores weaves a carnival by Gluttons Bay, a tiki bar and narrative art together.

Timbre Arts House hosts the KPMG Festival with tons of bands on the roster like Jack in the Box, Paraphrase and Shirlyn and The UnXpected. There’ll be free flow of drinks and food, too.