Literary and Arts festival returns to Bangkok this weekend

Bangkok Edge, a two day literary and arts festival, will return this weekend (February 1st and February 2nd).

A range of talks, workshops, demos, concerts and films can be enjoyed on the grounds of Museum Siam and Chakrabongse Villas.

Many events will be open to the public for free!

For the full programming please visit www.BangkokEdge.com.

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