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What's on October 28-November 3 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | October 28, 2019 07:11 PM

Hanoi- Dance Performance J-DANCE Vol.2

Nov 1 and 2, 7.30 pm
Youth Theater, 11 Ngo Thi Nham Street

Two nights of dance performance featuring 5 solo and duo dance pieces.

Five dancers, who are active in Japan and international festivals and also participate in oversea works, will be invited to perform 5 works represented by each style, such as contemporary dance and Butoh.

・MOTH Choreography & Performance: IDA Asami
・PeepHole Choreography & Performance: ATACHITACHI (NISHIYAMA Yuki, IIMORI Sayuri)
Choreography & Performance: SUZUKI Ryu
・Love is Like a Bird
Choreography & Performance: IDA Asami
Choreography & Performance: ISHII Norihito

Tickets available at the Japan Foundation, 27 Quang Trung Street.

Hanoi-Concert with DJ Gerd Janson

Oct 31, 10pm

Savage, 112 Xuan Dieu Street, Tay Ho District,

Performance by internationally renowned DJ Gerd Janson.

Ticket: VND100,000

Hanoi-‘Lang Toi’ (My Village) by Lune Production

October 28, 29, 6pm

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District,

 A delicate merge of tradition and innovation, where the poetic beauty of Northern Vietnam’s village life is presented through a new cirque approach.

Farming, building activities, traditional games, and the lifestyle of the Northern villagers are recreated through ancestral bamboo props, breath-taking cirque and acrobatics performances, and rhythmic dance, to distinct folk music from more than 20 musical instruments.

Ticket prices: VND 700,000- VND 1,050,000

Hanoi-Vegan food festival

Nov 1 to 3,

Thong Nhat Park, Dai Co Viet Street

Feautring over 100 booths with nearly 1,000 vegan dishes.

Restaurants, chefs, environmentalists and businesses will introduce a range of vegan dishes from different regions of the country that are cooked in a creative way, organic products, environmentally friendly goods, and environmental solutions and services.

Music performances also included

HCMC-Teh Dar: Vietnamese Tribal Culture

Oct 28, 29, 6pm

Ho Chi Minh City Opera House, 7 Cong Truong Lam Son, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1

 Featuring a vibrant display of circus arts, aerial acrobatics, and tribal music within an hour-long performance.

The show highlights the lives of tribal families from the southwest highlands of Vietnam, using UNESCO-listed percussion instruments, such as Vietnamese gongs and buffalo horns, as well as vibrant costumes, and a stunning bamboo cirque depicting various landscapes and creatures from tribal folklores.

Price range: VND630,000 - VND1,470,000



Hanoi-VFMD – Tòhe・vo・lu・tion” Exhibition – Current Media

Exhibition: Nov 1 – 11, 9 am – 5 pm
VICAS Art Studio, 32 Hao Nam Street

Tò he is a traditional toy for children in Vietnam which is made from glutinous rice powder in form of edible figurine such as animals, flowers or characters in folk stories.

With the expectation of spreading the idea that Creativity is limitless, Current Media uses Tò he as the representative of the generation that is filled with ambitions to inspire Hanoian young people as well as imagine a city of pure creativity.

Language: English, Vietnamese

Follow the event on its Facebook page

Hanoi-Exhibition “Land of Leisure” by Le Phi Long

Until Nov 21,

4 pm – 6 pm at Manzi Art Space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street

9 am – 7 pm at Manzi Exhibition Space, 2 Ngo Hang Bun Street

 A solo exhibition by Le Phi Long, one of the most promising visual artists in Vietnam.

‘Land of Leisure’ is part of Le Phi Long’s research project on Indochina in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Taking place at both of Manzi’s spaces, the exhibition features a site-specific installation and a series of paintings created from old archival photos and drawings of wildlife hunting activities in Da Lat during the colonial period.

Free Entrance

Hanoi-Exhibition “We Will Have Been Young”

Until Nov 4, 8 am – 10 pm

Matca Space for Photography, 48 Ngoc Ha Street

 A contemporary photography exhibition by 12 emerging Southeast Asian photographers, including Alvin Lau (Malaysia), Amrita Chandradas (Singapore), Muhammad Fadli (Indonesia), Dennese Victoria (Philippines), Kanel Khiev (Cambodia), Dwi Asrul Fajar (Indonesia), Elliott Koon (Malaysia), Watsamon Tri-yasakda (Thailand), Lee Chang Ming (Singapore), Geric Cruz (Philippines), Linh Phạm (Việt Nam) và Yu Yu Myint Than (Myanmar).

The works on display examine the fragility of youth and the ambiguity of the future, through a still-developing yet unique visual language from the Southeast Asian region.

Free entrance

HCMC-Exhibitions “Necessary Fictions” and “Broken Relationships”

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

In the exhibition ‘Necessary Fictions’, artists Tammy Nguyen and Ha Ninh Pham explore the role of cartography and myth, their command of illustration within the painterly medium – across canvas, paper and wood – unveiling two distinct surrealities.

Meanwhile, the exhibition ‘Broken Relationships’ by Nguyen Ngoc Thach features the chaos of the current world order and the loss of ethical ground in a human-to-human social contract.

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