AsiaOne on air: Enjoy a long weekend filled with food, film, dance and comedy

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Start the lovely long weekend this evening at Kilo at Kampung Bugis for some Spanish grub.

Executive chef at FOC Restaurant Jordi Noguera, who hails from Barcelona, will be serving up a special menu from 6pm onwards.

This dinner is part of Kilo's Cooking Beats series where guest chefs with colourful backgrounds cook up their culinary comforts that they grew up on back home.

And there's a special selection of music so you get a fully immersive glimpse into the chef's culture.

Walk-ins are welcome, reservations are better.

On Friday, the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival starts and goes on for 10 days.

It showcases a combination of short films, and documentaries, and you can also learn about acting and screen writing.

If you think South Asia is only about Bollywood, then go for this to get educated.

Also on Friday night, you can party on a docked boat with Sunrise on the Bandwagon Riverboat at Marina South Pier.

The line-up features local and international techno and house mavens.

And next Tuesday, dubbed as Zimbabwe's funniest comedian, Carl Joshua Ncube, will perform at Hero's on Circular Road.

Advanced table bookings are highly recommended.

If you don't know, now you know.

To catch Simi the Party Girl, listen to her on OneFM's #1 Breakfast Show with Glenn Ong and The Flying Dutchman on Thursday mornings.

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