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Top 5 events to check out this weekend (19-21 Sep)

Apart from the Formula One events, still wondering how you should spend your weekends? Well, here are our top picks for this exciting weekend!

1. 11th Singapore Short Cuts

20-21 Sep, 2pm

Corners (Directed by Edward Khoo and and Kwok Li Chen) (2)

Returning with its 11th edition, Singapore Short Cuts continues to be one of the most distinguished showcases of local short films in Singapore. The programme features a wide selection of recent works including documentaries, animation and experimental films paired with engaging post-screening discussions with the filmmakers. Entrance is free with tickets.

National Museum, Gallery Theatre, www.nationalmuseum.sg


2. MOKSHA Festival 2014

22-27 Sep, 11am-11pm

Avant Theatre celebrates the glory of Mahabharatha, one of the greatest Indian epics that have graced civilisation. Our Moksha festival caters to students, families, friends and literary arts and theatre lovers at large. Activities include creative storytelling, game of dice, discourses, a rural bonfire presentation and of course, not forgetting the main highlight of the festival, the trilogy theatrical performances.

 Goodman Arts Centre, avanttheatremokshafestival.peatix.com


3. NEW! Golden Village’s Mums & Babies and Kids Flix

20 & 29 Sep, 11am; 11:30am; 12pm (29 Sep), $6 


This September, parents will have their hands filled with two children classics with a modern twist. For Mums & Babies, parents can enjoy a film with their babies for at only $6! All the baby-friendly conveniences such as diaper tables will be readily available as well. For Kids Flix, parents and children who visit Golden Village will be able to catch the films at just $6 a ticket with the addition of a Kiddie Combo at just $4. For both promotions, babies and children below the height of 90 cm gain free admission.

Selected Golden Village theatres, www.gv.com.sg


4. NEW! The Silent Lines of Its Lips

18-19 Sep, 7:30pm; 8:30pm, $23 General Public, $16 for Students and Senior Citizens


The performance is based on the ideas of ‘de-generation’, ‘regeneration’, and how each of us experience ageing. This performance promises to bring audience on an experiential journey confronted with emotions, reflections, and allow moments of contemplations between the silences of conversations.

The Arts House Blue Room, www.theartshouse.com.sg/home


5. NEW! The Arsonists

18 Sep- 21 Sep, 8pm and 3pm Matinee Shows on 20-21 Sep, $25


A black comedy about a highly-respected Singaporean businessman who unwittingly invites a pair of arsonists into his home. Hilarity ensues as he attempts to extricate himself and everything he knows from this highly inflammable predicament. Discounts are available for Students, NSF, Senior Citizens and in Packages of 4.

Goodman Arts Centre Black Box Theatre, 90 Goodman Road, www.ticketmash.sg/thearsonists