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Annual ‘Preserve Hua Hin’ Concert, 11 December

The Preserve Hua Hin Foundation have announced that their annual fund-raising concert at Hin Lek Fai will be held this year on Saturday 11 December. See posting

Chet Samien Arts Festival

Every Saturday and Sunday through 9 January, there will be exhibitions, demonstrations, and special performances in the town of Chet Samien in Ratchburi province (2-2 1/2 hours by car or train), and at the Suan Silp Baan Din Arts Center there. For more information, see the posting here, or phone 081 818 2542.

‘Khad Taa Thap’ at Vic Hua Hin

The bilingual review ‘Khad Taa Thap‘ (in English, could be ‘In Between‘ or ‘Time Out‘) was a surprise hit in its first iteration in October. Now director Patravadi Mejudhon brings us an all-new version with many of the same artists in new performances and additional dancers, etc. This is seriously a terrific show. Saturday 4 December at 7:30 pm. Shuttle bus service is available leaving from the Market Village shopping center at 6:30 pm. For more information, visit the Vic Hua Hin website at http://vichuahin.com.

‘Thai Spiritual Image’ Art Exhibition at Gallerie Boonchuay

Through 31 December, we have a wonderful exhibition at the Gallerie Boonchuay next to the central Night Market. For more information, see the posting here.

Hua Hin/Cha-Am Jam Sessions

Monday at Ray’s Place Restaurant, Wednesday at Chez LouLou, Sundays at Baan Chang in Cha-Am. Our unique Hua Hin jams are becoming legendary in Thailand. Fun starts at 8pm and wraps up about 11pm. You can find Rays at the corner of Sa Song and Amnuaysin Roads, one block south of the Night Market. Chez LouLou is by the railway station, next to the 7-11 store there. Baan Chang is on Soi 9 North, just off the beach in Cha-Am.

Upcoming Events

Fringe Festival at Vic Hua Hin, January-February 2010

Khun Patravadi at Vic Hua Hin has announced that the 11th annual Fringe Festival will be held once again this year at Vic Hua Hin. Dates and performances are yet to be announced, but last year the festival ran on 5 successive weekends in January and February, featuring artists and sophisticated theatre, dance, and music from all over the world

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: This Week in Hua Hin (21-28 Oct.) « The Hua Hin Arts Guide
  2. klaus
    Nov 05, 2010 @ 08:40:08

    hello,
    I like your website. how can you have good information and make it as good online. I can meet you and meet you. I admire your work.
    Thanks klaus

    Reply

  3. The Hua Hin Arts Guide
    Nov 05, 2010 @ 09:42:12

    Thanks for the good words, Klaus. We will keep working to deliver the information about fine arts and quality entertainment here in Hua Hin. How about subscribing to a weekly digest of Hua Hin Arts Guide? Just select “Email Subscription” at the top of the right sidebar.

    Reply

  4. Rosie
    May 22, 2011 @ 10:21:26

    And I thought I was the ssnebile one. Thanks for setting me straight.

    Reply

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