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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

Rated G


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

Happy End­ings

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

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