Forthcoming Events in Bangkok

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This page contains just a mere selection of what’s going on in Bangkok, events, specials etc … It’s not complete, there are many daily, weekly and “one-off” specials I don’t hear about. If you know of any that I have missed, just contact me and I will happily list your event. There’s no charge for this service to the community. For our website on Bangkok click here – www.nickysgaybangkok.com

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DAILY SHOWS

This is a small selection of the shows and are the ones we know about. If you know of any others please contact us and we will include them. We need a bar name and a time to get them online. Thanks! Most of the entertainment bars in Soi Twilight and the surrounding area do shows of one sort or another during the evening.

09.30pm Dream Boy, 38/3-6 Soi Twilight.
09.30pm Hot Male Boys, Soi Twilight.
10.30pm Tawan Bar, Bangkok – erotic shows by muscular handsome men
10.30pm Classic, 38/16 Soi Twilight. Show with a wild swimming routine and sexy mermen.
11.30pm Classic, 38/16 Soi Twilight. Show with a wild swimming routine and sexy mermen.
11.30pm Hot Male Boys, Soi Twilight.
12.15pm Tawan Bar, Bangkok – erotic shows by muscular handsome men
12.15pm Dream Boy, 38/3-6 Soi Twilight.
12.30pm Classic, 38/16 Soi Twilight. Show with a wild swimming routine and sexy mermen.
01.00am 4 Fun Fashion show at 1 am (if there are enough people)


ONGOING EVENTS

If you know of an event you’d like us to advertise, please contact us and we will happily list your event. There’s no charge for this service to the community. Many of the dates below for the Cultural events are supplied courtesy of Jack Gittings – https://sites.google.com/site/bkkmacaldetails/

Now – Sunday 1 February – Concert in the Park

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Concert in the Park – Continuation of Series 21 and Series 22 Enjoy the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra in the beautiful setting and relaxing atmosphere of Sala Bhirom Bhakdi, Lumpini Park, easily accessible from MRT Silom Station Exit 1 or Lumpini Exit 3 (cross Wireless to the Park entrance).  Bring along families, friends and your hamper baskets (alcohol not permitted in the Park) and enjoy popular tunes from classics, pop classics, movies, Broadway and legendary Thai songs with outstanding guest vocalists. For more information please call 02-255-6617-8 or 02-254-4954. Sundays at 5:30 PM Admission is Free.


Tuesday 9 December – Tuesday 17 February (most Tuesdays) – German Open Air Cinema

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An annual event screening German films with English subtitles Schedule can be found at http://www.goethe.de/ins/th/en/ban/ver.cfm?fuseaction=events.detail&event_id=20443667 7:30 PM, Goethe Institute Thailand – Free


FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Friday 30 January – Sunday 1 February – Jazz Conference

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Thailand International Jazz Conference 2015 Day Session workshops and Night Session concerts All events take place at Mahidol University For more information, a schedule and session prices please visit http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/concert-detail.php?sid=2678&la=en


Monday 2 February – Balcony Pubbalcony150105


Monday 2 February – Renaissance Festival

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Presented by the Mahidol Wind Symphony 7 PM, Music Auditorium College of Music, Mahidol University Salaya – 200, 100 Students


Tuesday 3 February – Mezzo-Soprano

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Recital by Carolin Vitale Presented by D&M Music Studio and featuring piano collaborator Peter Baur 7:30 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town – 600, 300 Students


Tuesday 3 February – Choir Concert

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College of Music, Mahidol University Choir Concert The combined Chamber Choir and Men’s Choir 7 PM, Music Auditorium College of Music, Mahidol University Salaya – 200, 100 Students


Thursday 5 February – Piano Student Concert

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Mahidol Piano Student Concert Students selected by audition perform solo and ensemble works 7 PM, Music Auditorium College of Music, Mahidol University Salaya – 200, 100 Students


Thursday 5 – Friday 6 February – Film Workshops

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Introductory Teachers Film Workshops Practical pedagogies and exercises in film production and screen literacy Studio Ari, walking distance from BTS Ari – US$400.00 for 2-days (Max 6 participants)


Friday 6 – Saturday 7 February – Beethoven and Beethoven

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The TPO is conducted by Claude Villaret and features pianist Marco Schiavo 6th-7 PM, 7th-4 PM, Prince Mahidol Hall Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students


Sunday 8 February – Auditions

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Bangkok Community Theatre announces auditions for “Jack and the Beanstalk” Mid-May performances planned To be held at Bistro 33 restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 33


Monday 9 – Tuesday 10 February – Film Workshops

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Advanced Film Literacies Workshops Professional development in the advanced study of visual story-telling and film grammar Studio Ari, walking distance from BTS Ari – US$400.00 for 2-days (Max 6 participants)


Tuesday 10 February – Symphony Orchestra Concert

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Mahidol University Symphony Orchestra Concert The orchestra is conducted by Panornpan Komolpamorn and features pianist Wen-Hui Lily Lin 7 PM, Music Auditorium College of Music, Mahidol University Salaya – 200, 100 Students


Friday 13 February – German Winds Festival

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and Academy 2015 – Concert I Nicola Jurgensen, Clarinet; Peter Monkediek, Trumpet; Pornphan Banternghansa, Piano 7:30 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium – 500, 150 Students


Friday 13 – Saturday 14 February – Valentine´s Day Music

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The TPO is conducted by Gudni A. Emilsson and features violinist Sittichai Pengcharoen and pianist Rolf Dieter Arens violinist Francesca Dego 13th-7 PM, 14th-4 PM, Prince Mahidol Hall Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students


Saturday 14 February – Telephone Pub

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Saturday 14 February – German Winds Festival

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and Academy 2015 – Concert II Students of the masterclasses perform Mozart, Strauss, Bach and more 7:30 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium – 500, 150 Students


Monday 16 February – Music from the Ballets Russes

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The Siam Sinfonietta is conducted by Somtow Sucharitkul and features a pre-concert lecture by Jean-Pierre Kirkland 7:30 PM, Thailand Cultural Center Main Hall – Ticket info TBA


Wednesday 18 February – Mahler

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Symphony no 2 in C minor “Resurrection” The Siam Philharmonic and Sinfonietta are conducted by Somtow Sucharitkul, featuring a pre-concert lecture by Jean-Pierre Kirkland 7:30 PM, Thailand Cultural Center Main Hall – Ticket info TBA


Thursday 19 February – Telephone Pub

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Friday 20 – Saturday 21 February – Das Lied von der Erde

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The TPO is conducted by Claude Villaret and features vocal soloists Rafal Zurakowski and Sylwia Zlotkowska 20th-7 PM, 21st-4 PM, Prince Mahidol Hall Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students


Saturday 21 February – Piano & Violin Recital

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Yoichiro Ueno, violin and Makoto Ueno, piano 7:30 PM, Sala Sudasiri Sobha, 158/20 Ladprao 41 Yak 7-2 – 500 Baht


Tuesday 24 February – Sunday 15 March – Beauty and the Beast

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Disney’s Beauty and the Beast The original Broadway creative team celebrates its 20th anniversary with an international tour Muangthai Rachadalai Theatre, Esplanade Ratchadapisek – 4000, 3500, 3000, 2500, 2000, 1000 Baht Schedule may be found at http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/performance/performance-detail.php?sid=2497&la=en


Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 February – Company

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by Stephen Sondheim Presented by the Music Theatre Department, Mahidol University 7 PM plus 1 PM on 28 Feb, Music Auditorium College of Music, Mahidol University Salaya


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