By THE NATION
Telling the story of how truly special it is to collect shared memories, it features Mummy Pig and Peppa’s friends George, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog and Emily Elephant.
Shows are at 11am, 2pm and 5pm on all three days. Tickets cost from Bt900 to Bt2,200 at Thai Ticket Major outlets, by calling (02) 262 3456 and online at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Vath mans the decks
Sven Vath, the iconic German techno DJ and producer returns to Thailand with a dedicated show at Live Arena on Rama IX Road this Saturday starting at 9.
The show will be supported by Atma, one of the most talked about names on the Asia-Pacific electronic music scene.
Tickets are priced at Bt800 at www.EventPop.me/e/4672
Love, death and reconciliation
A new version of Patravadi Mejudhon’s adaptation of well-known Thai poem “Lilit Phra Lor” comes to the stage of National Theatre on January 11, 12, and 13.
First staged as a dance drama at Silpa Bhirasri Art Gallery, it returns for its 2019 edition as a poetry reading in both Thai and English by Patravadi, Tachaya “Keng” Pratumwan and Rajanikara “Leng” Kaewdee along with composer Anant Narkkong, violinist Kyle Dillingham from the USA, and costume designer Somchai Kaewtong.
There will be two performances each day, at 2 and again at 8pm.
Tickets costing Bt600 to Bt1,000 are now on sale at www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Isaan gets creative
The Isaan Creative Festival 2019 – the biggest creative festival in the northeast of Thailand – is being organised at the Thailand Creative and Design Centre in the area of Kangsadarn Market on Kalapapruek Road in Khon Kaen from January 1013.
The upcoming festival will feature the works of artists and designers in the exhibition “Look Isaan Now”, as well as in the “Isaan Material Centre” and through talks and workshops.
Find out more at (043) 009 389 or visit Facebook.com/TCDCKhonKaen.
Popular flea market returns
Made by Legacy will be back for its 10th edition at the riverside Sermsuk Warehouse January 11 to 13 from 3pm until midnight.
The event will feature a pop-up shop displaying the special “Made By Thailand Collection”, featuring items from Made By Legacy and more than 200 shops and vendors ranging from vintage and antique items to vinyl records to designer brands to local crafts, as well as a massive collection of classic cars and motorcycles.
Tickets cost Bt100 at the door.
For more information, visit www.MadeByLegacy.com.