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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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)
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/
Monday 1 September – Balcony Pub
Thursday 4 September – The Trinity Trio
Presented by The Siam Society and the Faculty of Music, Silpakorn University 7 PM, Siam Society Soi Asoke – 500, 400 Members, 50 Students
Friday 5 – Sunday 7 & Friday 12 – Sunday 14 September – The Jungle Book
Musical Theatre for KIDS presents The Jungle Book A special weekend series with a performance on the 14th Friday 5-8pm . Sat/Sun 930-1230, The Hop in Silom – 5500 Baht
Friday 5 – Saturday 6 September – Beethoven and Beethoven
The TPO is conducted by Claude Villaret and features pianist Marco Schiavo 5th-7 PM, 6th-4 PM, Music Auditorium Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students
Saturday 6 September – Beethoven Cycle
Thirty Two Piano Sonatas Number two in a series of ten recitals by Lithuanian pianist Artas Balakauskas 7 PM, Siam Music Yamaha Concert Salon (4th Floor Siam Kolkarn Building, BTS ‘National Stadium’) – Advance reservations recommended
Saturday 6 September – The Artist Ensemble of Bangkok
String ensemble music by M.L. Usni Pramoj, Mozart and Beethoven 5 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town – 700, 300 Students
Saturday 6 September – China to Chopin with Love
Pianist Ang Li in concert; Gluck, Chopin, John Adams, Debussy, Chinese Traditional 7:30 PM, Sala Sudasiri Sobha, 158/20 Ladprao 41 Yak 7-2 – 500 Baht
Sunday 7 – Saturday 27 September – Voice Coaching/Therapy
Want to extend your vocal range? Lower the pitch of your voice? Are you experiencing throat irritation or vocal strain when hosting or presenting? Are blocked sinuses affecting your voice? Improve your vocal power, diction, breath control, range, colour, for live performance, video-conferencing and film studio. For information and Fees – Email: VoiceTherapies@zoho.com;Web: http://voicetherapies.wix.com/coaching; Ph:08604737381.
Sunday 7 September – Marimba Concert
Shoko Sakai with guest artist Sujaree Prapinwong 7 PM, Music Hall Art and Culture Building, Chulalongkorn University – 800, 400, 200 Students
Monday 8 September – Stephen Hough Piano Recital
Presented by the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation 8 PM, Thailand Cultural Centre Main Hall – 2000, 1600, 1200, 800, 400 Baht
Wednesday 10 September – Balcony Pub
Wednesday 10 September – Mahler
MAHLER • DAS LIED VON DER ERDE (The Song of the Earth) Opera Siam presents soprano Grace Echauri and tenor Javier Agullo with the Siam Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Somtow Sucharitkul 8 PM, Thailand Cultural Centre Main Hall – Free, donations gratefully accepted
Thursday 11 September – Film Workshops
Introductory Teachers Film Workshops Everything you need to introduce teaching film production and literacy. Practical pedagogies and exercises in film production and screen literacy. Cost: US$500.00 for a 2 day workshop (Max 6 participants/workshop) Bookings and information: 0860473738 Email: email@example.com Web: http://teachersfilmworkshop.wix.com/film. Studio Ari, walking distance from BTS Ari. Endorsed by the Australian Institute of Teachers
Friday 12 – Saturday 13 September – Nobody Knows……
The TPO is conducted by Gudni Emilsson and features trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich 12th-7 PM, 13th-4 PM, Music Auditorium Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students
Saturday 13 September – Living in Bangkok 2014
Exhibits of organizations to assist new and continuing Bangkok residents 9 AM-5 PM, Bumrungrad Hospital Ground Floor Main Building and Sky Lobby at 10th floor Clinic Building – Free
Saturday 13 September – Sunday 26 October – International Festival
Bangkok’s 16th International Festival of Dance & Music Thailand Cultural Centre Main Hall The largest annual performing arts festival in Thailand presents outstanding artists and performing groups from around the world staging concerts, operas, classical ballets, contemporary and folk dances, jazz and even more unusual genres. Check the schedule and book your tickets at ThaiTicketmajor outlets or http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/performance/performance-detail.php?sid=2382&la=en. The schedule and more concert details are also available at http://www.bangkokfestivals.com/home/.
Tuesday 16 September – Katon Twins Guitar Duo
Hungarian Duo Concert Tour in Southeast Asia 7:30 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium – Free
Wednesday 17 September – Balcony Pub
Wednesday 17 September – A Day in Paradise
The Bangkok Music Society Choir conducted by Sarin Chintanaseri 7:30 PM – More details will be forthcoming
Friday 19 September – Balcony Pub
Friday 19 – Saturday 20 September – TPO’s Festival Finale
The TPO is conducted by Gudni Emilsson and features pianist Bernd Glemser 19th-7 PM, 20th-4 PM, Music Auditorium Mahidol University Salaya – 500, 300, 100 Students
Friday 19 September – Piano Recital
A Piano Recital for the Beethovenfest Bonn, Germany Young pianists Chindanai Nukulvutthiopas and Pun Punyasavatsut prepare for their participation in the festival 7 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium – Free
Saturday 20 September – Annual Ball
The St David’s Society Annual Ball The program features the Hong Kong Welsh Mail Voice Choir 6:30 PM-Late, Amari Watergate Bangkok – 2700 Baht with 5-course dinner
Sunday 21 September – Flute and Guitar Recital
Faculty members of Mahidol University College of Music Hiroshi Matsushima (flute) and Paul Cesarczyk (guitar)
Sunday 21 September – Soprano and Piano
Duo Recital Eri Okuzawa and Naoko Kato, with special guest Susheilagh Angpiroj, perform Gershwin, Makiko Kinoshita, Debussy and more 4 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town – 600, 300 Students
Wednesday 24 September – L’amore ritorna
(Love Returns) directed by Rubini Continuing the monthly screenings for “A Night of Italian Cinema” 6:30 PM, The Italian Embassy, 40th Fl All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Rd – Free
Friday 26 September – The Magic of the Musicals
Chicago in concert by The New Broadway Company (Bangkok Grand Opera) 8:30 PM, St Regis Bangkok, 159 Rajadamri – 1650 Includes tapas and wine
Saturday 27 September – Color of Violin
Violinist Mamiko Funatsu and pianist Yoko Nasu perform Franck, Handel and more 3 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town – 600, 300 Students
Monday 29 September – The Hunt
directed by Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark) Continuing the 2014 Contemporary World Film Series by the FCCT 7 PM, Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand, Penthouse Maneeya Center Bldg – 150 Baht, Members Free
Tuesday 30 September – Annual Reception
National Museum Volunteers’ Annual Reception An opportunity to learn more about NMV and its support of the history, art and culture of Thailand 9 AM-Noon, Dusit Thani Hotel – Free
Tuesday 30 September – Violin and Piano
Duo Recital D&M Music presents Jin Matsuno and Amelia Chan with pianist Kanae Furomoto 7 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town – 500, 250 Students
Friday 3 – Sunday 5 October – Happy End
by Kurt Weill Presented by the Music Theatre Department of Mahidol University 3rd-7 PM, 4th-1 PM, 5th-1&7 PM, Alliance Francaise Auditorium – 1200, 1000, 800, 600
Saturday 4 October – You’re Only Young Twice
An educational event about improving the way we age (in English) 9 AM-2 PM, Bumrungrad Hospital Clinic Bldg 21st Fl Conference Center – Free
Sunday 5 October – Colors of the Heart
Charity Fair and Carnival All proceeds raised will go to the Camillian Home for Children Living With Disabilities! 9 AM-3 PM, Camillian Home Latkrabang – Free
Monday 20 – Friday 24 October – Workshop
A week-long intensive workshop…for kids ages 6-10 Sing, dance, act and design with Kristen and Youngji at Musical Theatre for Kids 10 AM-2 PM, The Hop in Silom – 5500 Baht
Friday 31 October – The Magic of the Musicals
Miss Saigon in concert by The New Broadway Company (Bangkok Grand Opera) 8:30 PM, St Regis Bangkok, 159 Rajadamri – 1650 Includes tapas and wine
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