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.
Theatre and musical theatre in English is gradually gaining itself a larger audience. Here’s what’s on offer in Hanoi and Saigon. Words by Zoe Osborne and Malte Blas.
A unique French-Vietnamese opera collaboration comes to Vietnam
Anyone who has been to a live performance, be it theatre, dance or music, can vouch for the fact that it is a different experience to merely watching the same on a screen. There is something about being entertained directly by fellow human beings that has always enthralled audiences.
Take part in Saigon Playerâ€™s interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at the Legend Hotel Ballroom on either the afternoon of May 23 or evenings of May 21, 22, 23.
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.
A stage production of Frankenstein comes to Vietnam.
The Hanoi International Theatre Society (HITS) is performing a theatre adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel, James and the Giant Peach, throughout early December.
On Thursday Dec. 4 at 7pm the ABCIS school theatre is putting on an amateur production of Mark Haddon’s acclaimed novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.