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What's on January 16-22 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | January 16, 2017 10:34 AM

MUSIC&PERFORMANCE

Hanoi-Stand-Up Comedy Show with Gina Yashere

Jan 18, 8pm

Standing Bar, 170 Tran Vu, Ba Dinh District

A stand-up comedy show with Gina Yashere, a multiple award-winning UK comedian.

Gina’s early adult life included a stint as an Otis lift mechanic before she turned her attention to stand-up comedy. What has happened since to the British-Nigerian comedian has been nothing short of phenomenal.

Ticket: VND200,000

Hanoi-Concert and Ballet “The Voices of Spring”

Jan 19, 8pm

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street

A Night of Concert and Ballet “The Voices of Spring” with performances by artistic director People’s Artist Pham Anh Phuong, conductor Le Phi Phi, singers, an orchestra, a choir and dancers from the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet.

Ticket: VND600,000 – VND400,000 - VND300.000

HCMC- Performance by French DJ

Jan 21, 9pm

97 Hai Ba Trung Street in District 1

Franco-Moroccan DJ Cut Killer will perform as part of his Asia Tour 2017.

Cut Killer, whose real name is Anouar Hajoui, is a famous DJ of French hip hop. He has played music for 15 years and performed with internationally acclaimed rappers P.Diddy, Jay Z and Tony Parker, and DJs with the Shaddyville DJs, a DJ label of American rappers.

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Tickets are VND200,000 and can be purchased at www.ticketbox.vn.

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EXHIBITION

Hanoi-Exhibition “Misunderstandings” by Lukas Zerbst

Work Room Four, 24th Floor, Packexim Building, Lane 15, An Duong Vuong Street, Tay Ho District,

Featuring video works and site-specific installation pieces by German multimedia artist Lukas Zerbst.

The process of making art and putting on an exhibition is often at its most engaging when it is a little bit confusing, allows more than one perspective and brings joy and frustration in equal measure.

Our collaboration with Zerbst has been all those things already and we look forward to showing you the result.

Hanoi-Group Exhibition “Spring 2017”

Hanoi Studio Gallery, 13 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District,

The Year of the Rooster—a symbol of kindness, hard work, humility and fulfilment—and its beauty will be reflected in paintings by thirteen artists at the exhibition.

HCMC-Exhibition “The Prolonged Interventions” by Le Phi Long

The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, 15 Nguyen U Di, Thao Dien, District 2,

This exhibition features photographs and an installation by Le Phi Long accompanied by a video documentary directed by Le Phi Long, commissioned and produced by Madeleine Cao—founder of the social enterprise OpenM Corp.

HCMC-Exhibition “The Three-Cornered World”

Galerie Quynh, Level 2, 151/3 Dong Khoi, Dist 1,

“The Three-Cornered World,” a novella by influential Japanese writer Natsume Soseki, tells the story of an unnamed artist sojourning in a nearly deserted hot-spring resort. Carrying nothing but paper and paint, the artist seeks refuge in art and haiku amidst the remoteness of the mountainous region, driven away from the society of man by the turbulence of war.

With these thoughts in mind, for our annual year-end hanging, the organiser presents a selection of hopeful, contemplative artworks by Ha Manh Thang, Sandrine Llouquet, Christine Nguyen, Nguyen Huy An and Tran Van Thao. May 2017 be a year of more critical inquiry and passionate debate about our common humanity.

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OTHER EVENTS

Hanoi-Metropole Tet Market 2017


19 – 21 Jan 2017, 4 – 8 pm

Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, 15 Ngo Quyen Street

The three-day Cho Que (country market in Vietnamese) will see the hotel’s open-air courtyard transformed into a bustling Vietnamese “street” market. Some 20 vendors will be dressed in traditional garb, selling special Tet holiday foods and local handicrafts such as conical hats, colourful silks and woven baskets.

Hanoi-Annual Tet Festival at Bookworm

Jan 22, 1 – 5pm

Bookworm, 44 Chau Long Street

Program:

2 – 4 pm
Vietnamese TRADITIONAL MUSIC ENSEMBLE
BANH CHUNG – TET CAKE making demonstration and tasting with village elder who owns Vietnam’s best recipe
TO HE (sticky rice sculptures) demonstration by expert… free for children to make and own
TET BALLOON BENDER… balloons free to children and anyone else who is a kid at heart

2 – 5 pm
TET CALLIGRAPHY by Hanoi’s best calligrapher and his apprentice
TET HORSCOPE Animal prints: by master print maker

1 – 5 pm
Free MULLED TET WINE
Free TET THEMED SANGRIA
Free Tet themed sweet treats

ALL DAY

15% discount off ALL Bookworm’s books and stock
10% off all HCC cookbooks and class vouchers

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