SG Weekend: What’s on in Singapore this Apr 21-23

From high-energy theater to the launch of Singapore’s most talked about bar, here’s how you can spend the weekend.

Fri, Apr 22

The Home Nursing Foundation started the Portraits of Love project with a simple goal—to liven up the bare homes of patients by giving them photos of themselves. What it achieved, however, went far beyond that, uncovering life lessons and offering a glimpse at a side of Singapore that many don’t think about. See the portraits and hear the stories behind them at the Portraits of Love exhibition. On until Apr 24.
The Butchers Club is hosting a keg party with a beer pong tournament and $10 Peronis.
This week’s edition of STUDIO ELECTRONIQUE at CATO features German DJ Dirty Doering.
The Affordable Art Fair is back again, with work ranging from $100 to $10,000, and 75% of the art priced below $7,500. On until Apr 24.
Part of The Finger Players Season 2016, The Truth about Lying: Heresy and Common Sense for the Theatre is a confessional piece with acting professionals young and old sharing their love of the stage. On until Apr 24.
Catch the legendary off Broadway and Las Vegas Strip act Blue Man Group before their first run in Singapore ends on Apr 23.
It’s the last weekend of this year’s World Gourmet Summit, so you have once more chance to join top international chefs, local talents and industry experts for a line-up of workshops, talks and dining events.

Sat, Apr 23

Kult Kafe hosts a workshop and performance by multi-talented virtuoso performer Brent Arnold.
Sky garden bar Terra launches the first edition of its new party series, Dirty Disco, featuring STASSH.
Love Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears? Then you need to head to part two of Back to the 90s at Blu Jaz.
The next best thing to seeing Benedict Cumberbatch perform in person, National Theatre Live: Hamlet is a screening of the actor’s turn as the titular character during a run of the play at the Barbican Centre in 2015. On until Apr 24.
The Italian Film Festival is taking place across The Projector, the National Museum and various Golden Village cinemas. Highlights include popular Italian titles such as Wondrous Boccaccio, about 10 young men and women who escaped the Black Death in 14th century Florence, and My Mother by Nanni Moretti, about a comedic clash between a filmmaker and her mother. On until Apr 30.
Brace yourself for a bit of the old ultra-violence as The Projector screens A Clockwork Orange.
Jonathan Lim’s new show Getai – The Musical is part concert and part high energy theatrical production. Among the guest stars making appearances during the run are Sakura Teng and Zhuang Xue Zhong. On until May 29.

Sun, Apr 24

Singapore’s hottest new hangout, Mikkeller Bar Singapore, celebrates its grand opening with 120 free beers for you earlybirds out there.
Spend your Sunday chilling out at Kult Kafe’s Sonida Singapura, a day of ska, reggae, mambo and more.
Voilah! French Festival is back with something for foodies and culture vultures alike. There’s the Voilah! Food Festival (until May 31), Superstars of Ballet (Apr 29-May 1), a collaborative performance of productions like Giselle and Don Quixote and a performance by renowned classical guitarist Thibault Cauvin (May 13).
Experience what just might be the best Bloody Mary at this Sofitel Sentosa and Neon Pigeon pop-up.