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Stand-Up Comedy with JoJo Smith in Hanoi, HCM City

First stepping onto the stage in 1993, over the period of a decade JoJo went from open spot to late-night TV personality, thanks to performances in all the top venues in the UK and her own show on ITV that she wrote and presented, Funny Business. This was followed by international performances including two sold-out ... Read More »

VN-Korea Food & Culture Festival 2017 to come to Hanoi next week

On the first day of the festival, October 27, there will be a much-anticipated EDM Party with Soobin Hoang Son and famous Vietnamese DJs.  On October 28, the audience will have the chance to meet Vietnam’s leading singer Noo Phuoc Thinh, famous South Korean entertainer Haha and actor Lee Kwang Soo.  As the highlight of October 28, Haha and Skull ... Read More »

VN-Korea Food & Culture Festival 2017 to come to Hanoi next week

On the first day of the festival, October 27, there will be a much-anticipated EDM Party with Soobin Hoang Son and famous Vietnamese DJs.  On October 28, the audience will have the chance to meet Vietnam’s leading singer Noo Phuoc Thinh, famous South Korean entertainer Haha and actor Lee Kwang Soo.  As the highlight of October 28, Haha and Skull ... Read More »

Exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern” in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – Art Vietnam Salon Gallery (in conjunction with the Japan Foundation – Asia Centre) will host the exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern” at the Vietnam Film Studio, No. 4 Thuy Khue Street, Hanoi from October 21 to November 19. The Gang of Five, members Hong Viet Dung, Ha Tri Hieu, Dang Xuan Hoa, Tran Luong and Pham ... Read More »

Exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern” in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – Art Vietnam Salon Gallery (in conjunction with the Japan Foundation – Asia Centre) will host the exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern” at the Vietnam Film Studio, No. 4 Thuy Khue Street, Hanoi from October 21 to November 19. The Gang of Five, members Hong Viet Dung, Ha Tri Hieu, Dang Xuan Hoa, Tran Luong and Pham ... Read More »

Eclectic Jangle with The Jagabams in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – The Jagabams, a band of musicians from across the African continent playing a fusion of African sound from Afro to High life through Makosa and many others, will perform at Chez Xuan, No. 41, lane 76, An Duong Street, Hanoi on October 21, 12pm-12am. A wonderful fusion of Electronic folktronica, Brasilica, Latin and African beats showcased with ... Read More »

Night of Experimental Music “Reminiscence” in Hanoi

This sonic/musical dialogue about memories and personal experience will take audiences to a journey of imagination, of inner landscapes, and dreams. Surcharge is VND100,000 VND/person. Due to limited seating capacity, please email manzihanoi@gmail.com to reserve seats. The programme is not appropriate for guests under aged 12. This event is part of Manzi’s art programme supported by CDEF of the Danish ... Read More »

French, Indian and Hong-kong films for Hanoian audiences this month

A scene from “Up for Love”. A French movie – “Un homme à la hauteur” (-16) (Up for Love) (France, 2016, 98 mins) – will be screened at L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien, Hanoi on October 20. The movie is directed by Laurent Tirard, with actors Jean Dujardin, Virginie Efira, and César Domboy. This is a wholly commercial rom-com adaptation of ... Read More »

Screening schedule of Science Film Festival 2017 in Hanoi & HCMC

VietNamNet Bridge – The Science Film Festival is back with its seventh edition in Vietnam. This year, it will be held on October 22 to 29 during both morning and afternoon.  Interesting movies, exciting experiments and many fun games will let both children and adults discover the world of science and technology with their own hands. This year, the festival ... Read More »

Japanese Katazome paintings displayed in Da Nang

An exhibition of Japanese Katazome paintings by artist Toba Mika will be held at Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang on October 20. Art works capture and honor the beauty of natural landscapes and ancient towns in Vietnam, using Japanese traditional dyeing technique called Katazome. The Japanese artist arrived in Vietnam for the first time in 1994. She explored ... Read More »