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Of kingdoms and anti-ageing

May 22. 2019
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For more than 40 years, the Faculty of Architecture of Chulalongkorn University has been staging variations on a play inspired by the famed Chinese literary work “Samkok” (“Romance of the Three Kingdoms”).

This year, the play is being brought back to life as a variety showcase “Krob Dek Sang Baan: Anti-Ageing” and is being staged at the Thailand Cultural Centre this Sunday (May 26) with a cast made up of the faculty's graduates who have made a name for themselves in the entertainment circle. 

 

Sarunyoo Wongkrachang, Sanya Kunakorn, Yanee Tramote, Natapohn Tameeruks, Nira Suwanamas, Thanavate Siriwattanakul, Taofa Maneeprasobchok, Todsapon Kaenthip, Watcharabul Leesuwan, Pholphak Watcharaponghirun and Nuttapong Namsirikul will be joined by music stars ModernDog, Apiwat “Stamp” Eurthavornsuk, Sarawut “Ae Newklom” Hengsawad, Dolchai Boonyaratavej, Nat Yontararak, Flure, Klear, Pipat "DJ Arm" Withayapanyanon, Art 7th Scene, Panu “Poppy K-Otic” Jirakhun, Jirakit “Joke” Suthornlapyos, Kemawat “Keng” Rerngtham and Pinyo Rootham.

 

Proceeds from ticket sale will support the purchase of durable goods and educational aids.

Tickets are from Bt500 to Bt3,000 at Thai Ticket Major (02) 262 3456 and visit www.ThaiTicketMajor.com

Follow the movement of this musicalconcert at facebook: KrobDekSangBaan and Line: @krobdeksangbaan.

 

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