Events

Siam Sinfonietta holding an exclusive concert at Banyan Tree

The Siam Sinfonietta, the youth orchestra of Opera Siam, are hosting a Beethoven-inspired concert on October 17 at the Banyan Tree Hotel in Bangkok.The tickets are only 500 and 800 baht and...

Seminar to launch ‘Men Explain Things to Me’ on Saturday, June 6

A online seminar to launch the Thai translation of the book ‘Men Explain Things to Me’ will take place this Saturday, June 6.The panel will be chaired by Petch Pongsuratham and feature...

Announcing COVID Bangkok Aid: initiative to help and support to the elderly and most at risk amid COVID-19 pandemic

Imagine being 80 living alone or having no family during this social isolation period, it would be terrifying to go outside to do mundane things like running a simple errand or buying supplies. The risk is too...

Siam Sinfonietta puts on Valentine’s concert this Friday

“PLAY IT AGAIN, SIAM.....”Join Siam Sinfonietta, Nadlada "Bow" Thamtanakom, and the Cherubim Choir — for an incredible Valentine's evening — "A Love Letter from Hollywood" — a hundred years of the most romantic...

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...

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Parliament to reconvene early; Prayut says media gag order necessary to fight fake news

The parliament will reconvene in a special session on October 26 to talk about the ongoing political crisis, the cabinet decided on Tuesday.

Academics and teachers call on government to heed student-protesters

The Thai Academic Network for Civil Rights (TANC) marched to the government house to submit a petition urging Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha...