Do you want to laugh, think, relax or rock out?

This weekend offers a range of events to match your mood.

SSO Chamber Series: Grand Sextet
Stressed? Treat yourself to an afternoon of classical music courtesy of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO), which will perform the works of Mikhail Glinka, Max Bruch and Tim Jansa. Highlights include two violins in a moving duet during Glinka's Grand Sextet in E-flat Major, and the harmonising of the clarinet, viola and piano in Bruch's Eight Pieces, Op. 83. 15 Apr, 5 pm. Conservation Concert Hall. Tickets at $18 each.

Lagenda Rock Singapura 2012
Rusty Blade, The Unwanted, Toyak, Wiwik Julaiha and Unholy Project — they're all influential Singapore rock bands of the '70s and '80s. Catch them in concert — and enjoy a complimentary dinner reception and meet-and-greet session too — with a $98 ticket. 15 Apr, 7:30pm. Kallang Theatre. Tickets from $68.

Out of Order
When Richard Willey, an MP and Junior Minister in the British Coalition government, risks a night with his mistress in a hotel room — with a dead body hanging out the window — nobody needs to know… right? Described as "hugely funny" by The Daily Telegraph, this Laurence Olivier award-winner is a farce that promises to entertain you. 14 Apr, 5pm and 8pm. 15 Apr, 5pm. Raffles Hotel, Jubilee Hall. Tickets from $83.

Freud's Last Session
When psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and children's author CS Lewis debate over the existence of a higher being, love, politics and the meaning of life, what do you get? An off-Broadway play that stimulates your brain and makes you think. 15 Apr, 10pm. Esplanade Theatre Studio. Tickets at $28 each.

Movie: Jane's Journey
Who's Jane Goodall, really? Hosted by the Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore), this documentary about the famous British anthropologist, chimpanzee expert, and supporter of animal welfare fully intends to answer that question. 14 Apr, 7:30-9:30pm. Shaw Foundation Stage, Singapore Botanic Gardens. Free.

Most Popular Stories