The 5th edition of Magners International Comedy Festival returns to various bars in Clarke Quay with critically acclaimed US stand-up Doug Stanhope, best new comer Yuriko Kotani from the UK, Jim Brewsky from Hong Kong, SG’s very own Fakkah Fuzz and Samuel See – together with 7 others from around the world. The comedy fest is part of the Singapore Festival of Fun, which runs from 8 to 18 March 2019 at Clarke Quay.
8-11 March 2018, from 8pm
https://comedyfest.asia/events/ for locations
NEXT: Indulge in Japanese delights →
Gather family and friends for a memorable dining experience as Melt Cafe presents a Japanese Food Fair, showcasing tantalising favourites like fresh sashimi, an assortment, authentic made-to-order hand rolls with lobster mayo and soft shell crabs and delicious street food such as takoyaki coated with barbecue sauce and nori bonito, succulent panko ebi and chicken katsu, or yakitori skewers. Make a reservation on the Melt Cafe website for dinner.
March 9-18, 2018
Melt Cafe, 5 Raffles Ave, 039797
NEXT: Take in the lights →
Feast your eyes on the vibrant display of innovative and sustainable light art installations from Singapore at i Light Marina Bay and around the world lining the waterfront precinct. Beyond the spectacular showcase of visual art, the festival will also feature an exciting line-up of programmes and activities for everyone. From music performances, an interactive art inflatable park, a carnival, to delectable outdoor dining options and a pop-up bar, come experience the rousing atmosphere around the bay. Free Admission
9 March to 1 April 2018, 7.30pm-11pm
Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade
NEXT: Make a splash! →
Expect a splashing good time at the Sports Hub Community Play Day, with a wide array of water-related activities for the family. The quarterly event is geared towards encouraging active and healthy lifestyles through family-friendly sports try-outs, fitness workouts, children’s activities, and more. This edition promises to up the ante with key highlights such as Dragon Boat races, a one-of-a-kind water bottle workout, Tahiti Dance Fitness performance, and a water-themed playground. Free admission.
10-11 March, 2018, 9am – 7pm
Click here for directions to the Sports Hub
(image: Singapore Sports Hub)
NEXT: Celebrate women’s stories →
Sharul Channa will stage a brand new, one-woman stand-up comedy, titled Sharul Channa is a Pottymouth, showcase to prove that women have many amazing stories to tell and a unique perspective worth listening to in conjunction with International Women’s Day. She’ll tackle topics like the psyche of the Asian man, the funny sides of life and death, stories from her extensive travel, her Indian family, and of course, everyone’s favorite “Aunty Sunita”. Tickets are priced at $35 per person.
10-11 March 2018
Black Box (Drama Centre), 100 Victoria St, National Library Building, #03-01, Singapore 188064
NEXT: Have fun with the fam bam →
Fun for the whole family, the Nickelodeon Fiesta returns for its second year. Play with “food” at 9 street stalls, get limited edition Nickelodeon collectibles, then register to join the Nickelodeon Trail to discover the heritage of SG’s best dishes and bag more goodies! Expect photo opportunities with Nickelodeon characters, games and lots of collectibles to be won. Free Admission
10-11 March 2018, 10am-6pm
NEXT: Shop for local literature →
Take in a refreshing local literary bazaar experience at #BuySingLit Bazaar, as BooksActually gathers both established and independent publishers in Singapore to offer a wide selection of local and regional literature. Find out more on the BooksActually Facebook page.
9-11 March, 2018, multiple timings
The Arts House at The Old Parliament, 1 Old Parliament Ln, 179429
NEXT: Get your LOL on →