Grand Opening

Grand opening of The Comedy Club Bangkok - 12 September 
On September 12th an English speaking Comedy Club opens in Bangkok. It will be the first, dedicated English language comedy venue in Bangkok. Read our review here 

Live Music

Betty Rocks Bangkok II  - 12 September
The second installment of quality rock music in the WWII themed bar. Betty Rocks Bangkok will feature three of the city’s dirtiest garage rock bands. Opening the night are Thai locals The Layers, rocking out a grudge likely to reanimate Kurt Cobain. The ferocious Sangsom Massacre and buzz band Deadtown Trash will see the night out. From 9.30pm onwards.

Blue Hawaii - 12 September
Electro dreamy two piece Blue Hawaii perform at Bangkok’s Overground Cafe (Sukhumvit Soi 22).Tickets are available on the door - the 400B entry fee includes one free beer.

Dune Rats Live in Bangkok - 17 September
Straight from Brisbane Australia, The Dune Rats perform their style of energetic garage and rock. Supported by The Ladz, the band will be performing popular tracks like 'Pogo' and 'Fuck it'. The gig is at Play Yard by Studio Bar from 7pm onwards. Tickets are 500B and include one beer.


Blow Up Market - 12-14 September
This weekend will see an outdoor pop up market in Central World mall. With over 130 online fashion shops and brands like Faminous and Papers. Also showcases from designers and artists. It’s open 10am-6pm.

Bangkok Farmers Market at Gateway - 13-14 September
The popular Bangkok Farmers Market comes to Ekamai's Gateway mall. Fresh organic food and produce are available for all to enjoy from 10am onwards.


Inson Wongsam : The Autonomous Spirit - 12 September
Inson Wongsam's BACC exhibition showcases over 100 works. Including sculptures, wood prints, and paintings. His work is unique in the way it shows the depth of the human mind. The show is open Tuesday-Sunday between 10am-9pm and is running until 27 November 2014.

'Tent' by Miti Ruangkritya - 13 September
CEO Books presents the launch of 'Tent', a new self-published photography book by Bangkok artist - Miti Ruangkritya. The book is a collection of images taken at Lumpini Park amidst the People’s Democratic Reform Committee group’s #occupybangkok campaign at the beginning of 2014. The event starts at 2pm.


Did you miss our review of Jim Thompson’s House and Madrid Pizza this week? Watch out for reviews coming shortly on Olive and Counting Sheep.

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