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Top 5 events to check out this weekend (9-11 Jan)

For a fun and eventful weekend, check out these events happening exclusively this weekend.

Bastille Live in Singapore

9 Jan, 8pm, From $110 

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Following the global success of ‘Pompeii’ from their #1 debut album ‘Bad Blood’ and many other hit singles, Bastille have been selling out tours worldwide and will be bringing their exhilarating live show to Singapore for the first time, for one night only!

The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, www.sistic.com.sg

 

Cats

9 Jan, 8pm (Tues-Fri), 2pm & 8pm (Sat), 1pm & 6pm (Sun), From $65

 

 

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One of the greatest and most adored musicals in the world has ever known is returning to Singapore! With a magnificent musical score composed by the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber and a phenomenal cast from the UK, you’ll be sure not to miss the show.

MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands, www.sistic.com.sg

 

Hong Kong Superstars in Concert

11 Jan, 8pm, From $38

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Hong Kong Superstars in Concert brings together your all-time favourite TVB superstars Roger Kwok, Tavia Yeung, Kenneth Ma, Moses Chan, Ruco Chan and Linda Chung for a one-night concert only.

Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre Level 6, Hall 601-604, sistic.com.sg

 

Peter Pan, The Never Ending Story

Until 20 Jan, 8pm (Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri), 3pm & 8pm (Sat & Sun), From $58

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A lingering memory of the childhood in adults and a memory to be made for every child, it’s time to watch the classic J.M. Barrie tale come to life in this theatrical spectacular brimming with high-flying action, thrilling swordplay, magical fairy dust and well-known pop songs.

Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa, www.sistic.com.sg

 

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2015: Art and Loss

14-25 Jan 2015, From $22

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The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival returns for its 11th year! A total of 18 events from eight countries will explore the festival’s theme of Art and Loss. For information on the festival’s various events, head over to www.singaporefringe.com. 

Various Venues, www.singaporefringe.com

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