Rampant Rated 15+
Homestay Rated 15+
Hunter Killer Rated 15+
Bel Canto Rated 15+
Nakee 2 Rated 15+
First Man Rated G
Doraemon the Movie Nobita’s Treasure Island
Kenny G Live
American saxophonist Kenny G returns to Thailand for a full-length show in the magical surroundings of the Ancient City.
Tickets cost from Bt1,500 to Bt4,500 Muang Boran, Samut Prakan, this evening from 5
Under the Big Top
Experience surprise circus acts in an intimate, limited theatre showing as performers from over the world entertain with magic, manipulation, hoops, juggling, dance and clowning. Tickets are Bt500 at the door on a first-come, first-served basis
Blue Box Studio, M Theatre, New Phetchaburi Road, today at 2 and 5
Gypsy Bangkok: Echoes from the Mountains
This year’s edition of the popular music and lifestyle festival features Noi Pru, ModernDog, Flure, Retrospect, Bomb at Track, Two Pee Southside, and Urboy TJ at the Immortal stage, as well as DJ Faahsai, Make you Freak, DJ Roxy June, and DJ Henri at the Valhalla stage. Chan Chui, Thonburi, today from 5
Blossoms in Bloom
British indie pop band Blossoms featuring Tom Ogden (vocals, guitar), Joe Donavan (drums), Charlie Salt (bass, vocals), Josh Dewhurst (guitar), and Myes Kellocks (keyboards, vocals)make their debut in Bangkok.
Voice Space, tonight at 7
Cigarette After Sex
The American ambient pop band returns to Bangkok with their ethereal and often dream-like musical style, lyrics on the themes of romance and love, as well as their ethereal and “androgynous” voice. Moonstar Studio 8, Monday night at 8.30
Beauty and Ugliness
More than 40 surrealistic paintings by the late HSH Princess Marsi Paribatra are on show. National Gallery Bangkok, until December 23
Spanish illustrator Joan Cornella brings his imagination to life through his second solo exhibition Woof Pack, Soi Sala Daeng 1 until December 3
Tadu at The Strand
Renowned Thai lensman Tada Varich explores photography and videography as a medium capturing a sense of place and the energy of Thonglor, a neighbourhood that never sleeps.
Sales Gallery, The Strand Thonglor, until November 30
On the Way
Abstract artist Somyot Hananuntasuk shows oil pastels on paper that each represent a personal journey.
Case Space Revolution, second floor, Broccoli Revolution until November 30
Sayumporn Kasornsuwan presents pottery works inspired by delicate forms of nature. The artist exercises his ideas through the texture and shape of the heated clay, reflecting distinctive and curvaceous figures compared to those of women and nature.
Ardel Gallery of Modern Art until November 18
The White Wall
Chakrit Leelachupong reflects on the rituals of grief following the death of King Rama 9 on October 13, 2016 when the white wall that surrounds the Grand Palace, where King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s body lay in state, became the place for simple displays of mourning by ordinary people,
Kathmandu Photo Gallery until December 28
The Uncertainty of Existence Ditapong Boonsanong, Ongarj Loeamornpagsin and Suwit Maprajuab reflect on Buddhist teachings regarding irrevocable change and Greek philosopher Heraclitus’ saying that no one can ever step into the same river twice. So Gallery, Chang Chui Thonburi until November 25