Dragonfly Theatre Company are proud to present the funny, touching story of Mr Stink, written by Dragonfly and based on the book by British author and comedian, David Walliams.
In February 1983, theatre bad-boy Tennessee Williams choked to death by inhaling the plastic cap of a nasal spray dispenser. He’d been in a seedy Manhattan hotel, and his gag-reflex was impaired by drink and drugs. To those who had long looked disapprovingly at this ‘laureate of lost souls’, it must have seemed like some form of poetic justice.
15 Hang Buom, Hoan Kiem, Tel: (04) 4926 2177
11am to late
One of the better venues in the Old Quarter for dancing on the weekends. Although crammed into a small space, cheap drinks and a mix of chart chits makes Dragonfly the regular go-to for younger Vietnamese crowds, tourists and the foreign resident looking to get up on the dance floor. If you don’t feel like dancing, relax upstairs with shisha and friends with one of the two lounges on the second floor. The sister venue on Phung Hung has a bigger menu and an earlier opening hour (11am instead of 6pm) but still keeps with the shisha, pool table and dance floor combo so popular on Hang Buom.
Dragonfly Theatre’s latest production features much ado about nothing.
The long awaited debut of Dragonfly Theatre Company’s Dangerous Liaisons is set to pull back the curtain in Ho Chi Minh City on Oct. 18, 19, 26 and 27 in the company’s most daring and salacious production to date.