The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 13 to 15

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July 13, 2018 | BY Chloe Pek

With the World Cup coming to an end and the Singapore Food Festival kickstarting this weekend, we're spoilt for choice

Image: Courtesy of The Lion King

The Lion King

What Disney’s phenomenal musical returns to Singapore now in its 20th year since its broadway debut in 1997. Under the direction of Tony Award-winning Julie Taymor—who is also the show’s costume designer and mask co-designer, let the spectacular cast and euphonious Broadway score take your breath away, from Disney hit Can You Feel the Love Tonight to three new songs by Elton John and Tim Rice.

When June 27 to September 23

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The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 13 to 15
Image: Courtesy of Cé La Vi

CLV Football Club: World Cup Party 

What Wrap up the World Cup season with a bang—by partying with fellow football fans at Cé La Vi. On July 14, show up in your favourite football jersey and enjoy complimentary entry to the rooftop bar. Sip on the bar’s signature cocktails and tuck into the modern Asian delights before you dance away to the tunes of Deepak, DJ Suren and DJ Andrew Tang. If you want to catch the finals happening on July 15, however, be sure to reserve a table at the World Cup viewing area.

When July 14 to 15

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Image: Courtesy of Dream Academy

Happy Ever Laughter - The Battle

What What happens when you pit well-established comedians against their up-and-coming counterparts? A no-holds-barred comedy battle where reputation is put on the line. There will be explosive punchlines, balls of laughter, and plenty of local satire as Irene Ang, Koh Chieng Mun, Selena Tan, Sebastian Tan a.k.a. Broadway Beng®, Suhaimi Yusof and Kumar compete against Alaric Tay, Judee Tan, Sharul Channa, Fakkah Fuzz, Preetipls and Rishi Budhrani to uphold their name.

When July 11 to 29

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The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 13 to 15
Image: Courtesy of Singapore Food Festival


What The signature event of Singapore Food Festival (SFF), start the 17-day festivities right with by feasting on traditional and modern renditions of our local dishes. Featuring a range of food stalls including Lolla, Venue By Sebastian, CreatureS, The Quarters, Morsels, Old Bibik's Peranakan Kitchen & Gallery and more, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Wash the food down with SFF-collectible craft beers, or exquisite cocktails from Manhattan Bar’s pop-up. Not to be missed is the four-hands pop-up restaurant helmed by Chef Emmanuel Stroobant (Saint Pierre) and Chef Haikal Johari (Alma).

When July 13 to 14

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