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Monday, March 18, 2019

‘Thailand’s Banksy’ to Bring Sex, Drugs, Stencils to Patpong

BANGKOK — After turning a gallery into a casino with sculptures of Prime Minister Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha and his ousted archrival Thaksin Shinawatra facing off over a poker table, the artist known as “Thailand’s Banksy” is ready for his third exhibit.

Where to Sacrifice Your Liver to St. Patrick in Bangkok

BANGKOK — Starting this Friday, Bangkok’s sois will be a little greener and wetter as revelers chug a pint or six to celebrate La Fheile Padraig – Saint Patrick’s Day.
A supporter shows his love at a Friday news conference for a cannabis festival next month in Buriram province.

Straight Outta Buriram Comes New 420 Weed Fest

BURIRAM — From the land of football and Formula 1 comes a new pro-cannabis festival featuring everything from music and art installations to educational workshops and vendors.
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Indie LGBT Film Cleans House at Suphannahong Awards

BANGKOK — An independent drama exploring a tragic love story of two men through the lens of Buddhism brought the most awards home from the biggest annual film awards ceremony.

Hakuna Matata: ‘Lion King’ Musical to Roar Its Way to Bangkok in September

BANGKOK — World-famous broadway musical “The Lion King” will finally premiere in Bangkok later this year.

Seth Green’s Thailand Buddy Film to Premiere at Bangkok Fest

BANGKOK — An American man trying to outrun personal crisis brings his bro to Thailand in a film to premiere at a film festival in Bangkok this month.

Ink Runs Wild: Tattoo Expo Returns to Bangkok

BANGKOK — Yakuza, blackwork or sak yant? Whatever your style is, you got it.

See Van Gogh, Monet Works Come Alive at Bangkok Exhibit

BANGKOK — Step into a dark room and take a journey into the revolutionary work of expressionism, abstract art and surrealism.

Thai Film Archive to Show Best of Female Filmmakers

BANGKOK — The national film archive will celebrate the works of Thai women filmmakers by screening their movies throughout March.

19th Century ‘Palace’ Reborn as Bangkok Arts Hub

BANGKOK — A 120-year-old home that once belonged to a noted Siamese reformer is opening its doors to the public as a nexus for art, culture, social innovation and more.

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