5 events to ensure you have an awesome weekend

The biggest thing happening this weekend is the Formula 1 night race.

But it's not the race track we're attracted to. We're way more interested in the pop acts who will be taking the stage.

There's Asia’s biggest alternative rock quintet Mayday on Friday, Robbie Williams on Saturday, and Jennifer Lopez on Sunday.

But if loud music, crowds and fast cars aren't your thing, check out these events instead.

1. Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus!
Where: Alliance Francaise Theatre, 1 Sarkies Road
When: Now till Sept 28
How much: $30 per person

Pigeons whine, bribe, plead and sing in this lively show about a group of feathered friends who want to drive a bus.

The show, which has been performed in the US and Canada, is targeted at kids between the ages of two and eight.

Find out more here.

2. Sensorium 360° Workshop: Awakening the Senses - of Herbs, Spices and Roots
Where: Singapore Art Museum, Glass Hall, Level 1, 71 Bras Basah Road
When: Sept 20, 2pm
How much: $19 per person

Find out how our sense of smell and taste work to help us enjoy our food during this workshop.

Learn how herbs, spices and roots should be handled and how they may be used in to create mocktails.

Click here to get the details.

3. Cry, Trojans!
Where: School Of The Arts, Studio Theatre
When: Sept 20, 8pm; Sept 21, 3pm
How much: $55 per person



The Singapore International Festival Of Arts is in its last week.

If you haven't caught any performances in the past five weeks, you may want to catch Cry, Trojans!

The show is based on William Shakespeare​'s Troilus & Cressida, but reimagines the Trojans as a tribe struggling to assert its dignity against impending doom.

Find out more here.

4. One-for-one dinner deal
Where: Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro & Bar, Tanglin Post Office, #01-03, 56 Tanglin Road
When: Now till Nov 30, 5 - 11pm

There's nothing we like better than getting a good deal, especially when it comes to good food.

The cafe is offering DBS card members a one-for-one deal for main courses at dinner time.

Find out more here.

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