What to do This Weekend

Duo Combo at Fish & Co.
For the month of Ramadan, Fish & Co. has created the Duo Combo, featuring a combination of grilled foods perfect for sharing. Tuck into a platter of peri-peri prawns, Moroccan flavoured fish fillet and blue mussels in garlic lemon butter sauce, and peri-peri chicken served over creamy mashed potato and paella rice, and have your meal accompanied by the soup of the day and Apple Crisp mocktails.

Date: Now until Aug 18
Venue: All Fish & Co. outlets
Price: $49.95++ (Duo combos come with 2 soup of the day, 1 ‘Feather & Fins’ Platter, and 2 Apple Crisp mocktails)

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Mega Sports and Golf Expo Sale
Running shoes looking a little ratty? Or is it just time to treat yourself to a new set of clubs? Check out the Mega Sports and Golf Expo Sale, one of the biggest of its kind in Singapore. With more than 50,000 items on sale, you’d be sure to find the sports equipment you need for a good deal.

Date and time: Jul 27 – 29, 10am – 10pm
Venue: Singapore Expo Hall 5A
Price: Free admission

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Free Scoop Day at Marble Slab Creamery
American ice cream brand Marble Slab Creamery is celebrating their third anniversary with free scoop day at their flagship bugis+ outlet this Saturday. If you miss out, their JCube outlet will be offering ice cream scoops at the low price of $1 on Sunday!

Date and time: Free Scoop Day on Jul 28, 12pm – 5pm. $1 scoops on Jul 29, 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Bugis+, #05-02, and JCube, #04-18
Price: Customers are entitled to one complimentary scoop of ice cream at Bugis+, and one scoop of ice cream for $1 at JCube.

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The Art of Luxury: Presenting Salvador Dali
This exhibition will allow you to simultaneously admire the surrealist master, Salvador Dali’s amazing work, and take in the breathtaking views of the South China Sea. Pieces such as ‘Space elephant’, ‘Alice in wonderland’, and ‘Profile of time’ will be among those showcased. In honour of Dali’s hometown of Figueres in Catalonia, Spain, Bob’s Bar and Capella Singapore’s Catalan Sous Chef, Cristia Nou Picart, have collaborated to create a Catalan-inspired cocktail, Dali. It can be purchased at Bob’s Bar for the duration of the exhibition.

Date and time: Jul 28 – Aug 5, 2pm – 9pm
Venue: Bob’s Bar, Capella Singapore
Price: Free

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Origins by James Wilkins
American fine-arts photographer James Wilkins’ series, Origins, will be exhibited for the first time in Asia, by Gallery R. His work in this series addresses the relationship that the environment has with spirituality and beauty. Gallery R will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the World Wildlife Fund Singapore.

Date and time: Jul 27 – 29, 10am – 8pm
Venue: The Arts House
Price: Free admission

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Hair for Hope 2012
For the 10th consecutive year, the Children’s Cancer Foundation’s (CCF) Hair for Hope aims to raise awareness about childhood cancer, raise funds, and serve as a show of support for children with cancer and their families. Participants will have their heads shaved, in order to show these kids that being bald is nothing to be ashamed about. CCF’s target for this year’s event is to raise $2.5 million.  Registration has closed, but you still can get a walk-in slot, subject to availability.

Date and time: Jul 28, 11am – 7pm, and Jul 29, 11am – 6pm
Venue: VivoCity
Price: A minimum donation of $20 is required for walk-in participants.

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Eddie Halliwell
UK-based beat-maker Eddie Halliwell, was named Mixmag’s DJ of the Year in 2003 and 2005, and lauded as “a legend” by DJ Mag – no mean feat. You can be the judge this Saturday, as he hits the decks with his brand of techinically-savvy high energy sets that span genres like Trance, Techno, Electro and House.

Date: Jul 28 July
Venue: Zouk
Price: $28/35 (includes two drinks)

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The Big Groove 2012
Be wowed by international and local Hip Hip dance acts as they give you a taste of what they’re best at. The lineup includes Wrecking Crew Orchestra and BASE from Japan, World B-Boy Champions Jinjo from Korea, World Hip Hop champions R.A.F. from France, and local crews Da’ Street Soulz and Joyce and the Boys.

Date and time: Jul 29, 7.30pm
Venue: Suntec Convention & Exhibition Hall 601 – 602
Price: Tickets at $28, $32, $35 & $40 at SISTIC.

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Saltimbanco by Cirque Du Soleil
Loosely translated from Italian to mean “to jump on a bench”, Saltimbanco is an acrobatic journey through the urban experience we take for granted. Let the troupe’s eclectic cast take you to an imaginary city, inspired by the metropolis and those that inhabit it.

Date and time: Jul 26 – Aug 5. Tue – Fri, 8pm; Sat, 4pm & 8pm; Sun, 1pm & 5pm.
Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Price: Tickets are at $88, $118, and $148 from SISTIC.

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Hollywood After Party
Had too much of a great day at Universal Studios Singapore to leave at closing time, or just looking for somewhere to enjoy a night out? The weekly Hollywood After Party is the perfect place to watch local musicians 53A, Goodfellas, Enigma and more, watch highlights from the London 2012 Olympic Games, and enjoy all-you-can-eat party snacks complimented by free flow drinks.

Date and time: Every Saturday starting Jul 28, 7pm – 11pm
Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
Price: $20 (includes a free drink). Add $13 and $15 for the free-flow drinks and all-you-can-eat package respectively.