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Photo: Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom
This week sees the end of several major events such as the Fifa World Cup and Galleria's Hello Summer festival. Don't miss out!

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Various cinemas, ends run on Fri 13

This fun, pacy addition to the dino disaster franchise doesn't do much that's particularly new – though what it does, it does with a fair whack of panache. It finishes its run this Friday in cinemas and with its special effects the film’s main draw, it’s best to catch it on the big screen. Book tickets now!


Fifa World Cup Finals

Various locations, finals on Sun 15

Photograph- Emma Dau via Unsplash

Photograph- Emma Dau via Unsplash

The month-long Fifa World Cup is culminating in the finals this 11pm, Sun 15. And there’s no greater way to get some family bonding done rooting for your team of choice. Wed 11 Jul will see France vs Belgium and Thur 12 Croatia takes on England. Make it a family night out with our list of places to watch the matches.


Claw machines @ Hello Summer

Galleria Shopping Street, ends Sun 15

Clawmachines

Photographs- Galleria Shopping Street

The limited edition prizes at Galleria’s Claw Machines are running out fast and with the Hello Summer festival wrapping up this weekend, you have little time to wrest a great prize. There’s still Supreme t-shirts, rare cokes as well as knick knacks from the likes of Anna Sui but with loads of people crowding the machines everyday, its best to head down quick!


National Theatre Live @ UCCA

Sat 14, 120RMB/80RMB UCCA members per film. Packages available.

UCCA Hamlet

Photograph – UCCA

UCCA presents screenings two National Theatre Live productions on Sat 14. Hamlet (2-5.40pm) features Benedict Cumberbatch as the protagonist of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy. And if you missed the stage run of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time (6-8.50pm), you can now watch the original screening that was hailed by The Times as ‘a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle’. Reserve your tickets on UCCA's website.

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