5 Things to Do This Weekend (Feb 2 to 4)

And they involve food, music and divas.

Pencil these in for this weekend.

#1: Crate and Barrel New Home Fair

More than 10 home-related vendors such as Ashley & Co, honestbee, The Curtain Boutique and Lalamove, will be at the inaugural Crate and Barrel New Home Fair. Perfect for sprucing up your home in time for Chinese New Year.

Feb 3. 10am-9pm. Crate & Barrel, Gateway @ Emerald. Free. http://www.crateandbarrel.com.sg/

#2: Namewee 4896 World Tour in Singapore

Popular Malaysian rapper Namewee comes to Singapore for the first time for a highly-anticipated performance that features his viral and beloved hits, such as ‘Stranger in the North’, ‘High Pitched’ and ‘Thai Love Song’. Advisory 16.

Feb 3. 8pm. The Star Theatre, Star Performing Arts Centre, 1 Vista Exchange Green. Tix: $88–$168 from www.apactix.com & all Singpost Outlets. www.facebook.com/modepdt

#3: Ya Hui “Jin Zhi Wanton Noodles” Charity Drive

This special charity event by Mediacorp artiste and Singapore Red Cross ambassador Ya Hui, who left a lasting impression as the “wanton noodles princess” Hong Jinzhi in popular drama series 118, will raise funds and awareness for the Singapore Red Cross. She will reprise her role, sorta, and serve wanton noodles at the event. All the proceeds go to the Singapore Red Cross, helping charities such as the Red Cross Home for the Disabled, TransportAid, FoodAid and ElderAid.

Feb 3. 12.30pm–2.30pm. Wong Kee Wanton Noodles, #01-06 Timbre+, 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent.

#4: Usher in the Year of the Dog with PAW Patrol

Celebrate the Chinese New Year with your favourite pups from hit cartoon series PAW Patrol. Get up close with Chase and Marshall for an interactive game-play, and get your hands on meet & greet passes. Other highlights include a lion dance with Chase and Marshall, an outdoor carnival with games, and rides a Tunnel of Spring Blossoms and a photo station with life-sized PAW Patrol pups in New Year costumes. Conditions apply.

Till Feb 25. Various times. City Square Mall. www.citysquaremall.com.sg

#5: Diva to the Death

Created by Bite Me Productions and Jonathan Lim, creator of popular sketch show Chestnuts, and featuring music arrangement by Elaine Chan, Diva to the Death is an interactive and immersive sexy comic romp. It merges cool and classy jazz culture with the brash world of getai, as the show’s divas fight with songs, sneaky attacks, and enlist help from the audience. Stars Candice de Rozario and Audrey Luo. For ages 18 and above.

Feb 2–Mar 2 (selected dates). 9.30pm. Monti at 1-Pavilion, 82 Collyer Quay. Tix (includes supper): $155 (Sun–Thur), $185 (Fri–Sat, with after-party from 11.30pm till late) from peatix.com. bitemeproductions.co

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