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Tale of a dessert

Jun 05. 2019
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By THE NATION

After a successful run at the KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha last February, the contemporary Thai play, “My Mother’s Kitchen”, is heading north and will be staged at MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum in San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai, from June 14 to 16 at 8pm.

The play, written especially in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the First Pact of Friendship and Trade between Portugal and Thailand, explores the theme of family, generation, and of course the famous Thong Yip, a recipe from the Portuguese legacy.

Pattarasuda Anuman Rajadhon directs a cast led by James Laver, Nalinee Sitasuwan, Pariya Wongrabieb and Nualpanod Nat Khianpukdee with a special guest, Dr Kevin Colleary.

Tickets cost Bt500 available at (052) 081 737, or (081) 852 1641 or by emailing [email protected] Students and MAIIAM members get in for free.

A call to the stage

Bangkok Community Theatre is inviting budding actors and actresses to take part in auditions for “Shipwrecked” this Saturday and Sunday at Bistro 33 on Sukhumvit Soi 33 from 1-5pm.

Actors must be aged 17+, any nationality and able to communicate in English. Performances will be staged the last weekend of September and the first weekend of October. Auditionees will be asked to try a couple of scenes with script in hand with a few other people.

Email [email protected] for an audition application form, show information and audition scenes.

Beefed up for jazz

Tuck into a sizzling BBQ this weekend at Coast Beach Club & Bistro as the restaurant serves to two spectacular dinner buffets to make the Hua Hin International Jazz Festival 2019 taste even better.

Tomorrow night from 7, you can enjoy Reef & Beef buffet of appetisers, fresh fish, seafood and prime quality meats while on Saturday night, it’s time for Surf & Turf. 

Both buffet dinners are priced at Bt1,200plus.  Book a table at (035) 512 021,

Japanese by design

Having finished its successful run in Bangkok, the “Japanese Design Today 100” exhibition moves up to Chiang Mai this weekend and will be show in the Northern city’s Thailand Creative & Design Centre branch from Saturday until June 30. 

The exhibition features 100 finest examples of Japanese design with a focus on everyday products and combines superbly designed products of recent years with a group of classic and modern designs.

Find out more by calling (052) 080 500 extension 1 or visit Facebook.com/TCDCChiangMai. 

All rapped out

DJ Bomber Selecta, the two-time Thailand National Red Bull 3Style Champion, will be supplying a history of hip hop and playing the biggest hits from Old School to Golden Age at a hiphop night, Urban Takeover, at Revolucion Cocktail Bangkok on Sathorn Soi 10 on June 20.

The event will be a warmup showcase of DJ DaddyRock and BBoy show by 360ARTz Entertainment.

Admission is free.

 

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