Want to spice up your weekend? These interesting plots and themes will do the trick.
Tonight with Lee Seung Gi in Singapore
Lee Seung Gi fans, rejoice! The singer, actor and host — who's already received many awards since his 2004 debut — will hold his first fan meet in Southeast Asia right here in Singapore. Catch a glimpse of the Korean star as he performs his most popular hits: "Love Taught Me To Drink", "Will You Marry Me" and "Losing My Mind", just to name a few. 25 Aug, 7pm. Kallang Theatre. Tickets from $71.
What goes on in the minds of doctors, nurses, patients and their visitors in a hospital? This original dark comedy seeks to reveal just that, looking to characters like Sherlock Holmes, Marquis de Sade and Oscar Wilde for inspiration. Go figure. It's a play written, directed and produced by the Hokkien Huay Kuan Youth Drama Troupe. 25-26 Aug, various times. Drama Centre Black Box. Tickets at $28 each.
Army Daze: The Play
Five soldiers in the middle of Basic Military Training… how interesting is that? You may be surprised. Director Beatrice Chia-Richmond freshens up this story with the help of Don Richmond's original songs and an all-star cast that includes Chua Enlai, Norleena Salim and Dennis Chew. 25-26 Aug, various times. Drama Centre, NLB building. Tickets from $35.
The perks and pitfalls of social networking — and how it affects people's relationships in Kuala Lumpur — are played out in this feature film that's written and directed by Khairil M Bahar. In English, Malay and Hokkien. 25 Aug, 3pm. The Arts House. Tickets at $8 each.
Students from St Joseph's Institution Junior, Independent, International and International Elementary Schools will stage a performance amidst the lush tranquil greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 25 Aug. 5pm. Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage. Free Admission