Thurday Thrill: What to Do This Weekend!

what to do this weekend
what to do this weekend

It’s the weekend again. Thinking of how to pass the weekend? Here are some events which you can join and can have a good time.

Planet or Plastic?

The online exhibition will showcase 70 powerful photographs and videos focusing on the global plastic pollution crisis. The event will take place at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay, from September 12 to March 28, 2021. The museum is allowing limited visitors and timed entry, so visitors are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets online. Standard tickets are available at $19.
For more info > https://www.marinabaysands.com/

Planet or Plastic?
Planet or Plastic?

Totally Thames

This year the annual event ‘Totally Thames’ is online due to COVID-19. The event features large-scale art installations, free exhibitions and live performances. The month long festival takes place in every September. Over 100 live events takes place on, beneath and along the River Thames. It is totally free. So you can enjoy it from your home.
More info > https://thamesfestivaltrust.org/

Totally Thames
Totally thames

The British Museum

The British Museum has reopened on 27 August, following the socially distanced safety measures. Visitors will need to book a free timed ticket in advance. Tickets will be available to book online. The Museum is open 10.00–15.00.
More info > https://www.britishmuseum.org/

The British Museum
The British Museum

Marvellous Island

The festival is set to kick start on 19th September impressive lineup of techno and house at Plage de Torcy, Paris. The festival was about to take place earlier but it postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. People who bought tickets earlier will be valid for the new date.
More info > https://marvellous-island.fr/

Marvellous Island
Marvellous Island

Musée Électronique

Musée Électronique Festival returns to the stunning setting of the Musée Dauphinois gardens for a day of top-class electronic music, celebrating talent from France and beyond. Join and enjoy amazing views of the mountains of Belledonne soundtracked by house and techno honchos including French 79 and N’to.
More info > https://leperiscope.com/

Musée Électronique
Musée Électronique