October is nearly here and you what that means? We’ve just made it through to the last quarter of 2016 (Yes, it’s THAT FAST)! If you think October is all about Oktoberfest and Halloween, you are very wrong! With so many plays, festivals and performances going on in October, you’re going to be spoiled for choice when it comes to plans on the weekends!
1. King & Queen of Comedy Asia
Presented by The Comedy Club Asia, the Kings and Queen of Comedy Asia returns with a standup comedy show (30 Sept – 1 Oct) at the Esplanade! This year’s festival showcases six comedians from Australia, Malaysia, United States, United Kingdom! All of whom are at the top of their comedic game!
Kumar, Harith Iskandar, Shazia Mirza, Kavin Jay, Jonathan Atherton and Paul Ogata will keep you in stitches as they dole out their best comedic routines! If you love stand up comedy or if you need a pick me up, head on down to King and Queen of Comedy Asia!
Kings & Queen Of Comedy Asia
30 Sept – 1 Oct
While Oktoberfest officially happens on 17 Sept, most of us will be carrying out the festivities throughout the first week of October! The Oktoberfest Asia 2016, Clarke Quay Oktoberfest 2016 , Resort World Sentosa and Orchid Country Club Oktoberfest are all happening between 1 Oct-8 Oct!
If you’re keen on having a quiet Oktoberfest, you’re in luck because Cafe Swiss, Brewerkz, Erdinger Oktoberfest 2016, Parkroyal On Pickering and Brotzeit are all having to commemorate this popular German festival!
SOULSCAPE: The Mindful Movement Festival is coming back to Tanjong Beach, Sentosa! The Soulscape Festival brings together movement, music and food in an event that will fully nourish your body and mind.
Look forward to workshops that are aimed at holistic wellness as well as a mass yoga session! If you’re a yoga novice or if you have been attending yoga and mediation classes for years, the Soulscape festival has something for everyone!
SOULSCAPE: The Mindful Movement Festival
8am – 8pm
Tanjong Beach, Sentosa
4. Pink Ribbon Walk
Breast cancer is the leading cancer that affects ladies and in 2012, it was reported that 1.7 million women were diagnosed with breast cancer! The silver lining? You can donate your time to help!
Organised by the Breast Cancer Foundation, the Pink Ribbon Walk 2016 is happening on 1 October. So come down and join in a meaningful cause, while keeping yourself in the pink of health!
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If you’re a musical aficionado, you would have heard of RENT. A music about poverty, drug abuse, prejudice and HIV/AIDS told through the eyes of a group of 20-somethings. This musical has won the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama!
From 7-23 Oct, Pangdemonium is bringing RENT to the Drama Centre Theatre. With an inspirational story of hope and friendship, memorable characters and music that will make your heart sing, RENT is a must watch for any musical fan!
7 – 23 Oct
Drama Centre Theatre