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Through Mar 15. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Chulalongkorn University, SF Cinema CentralWorld
Mar 9. Cloud 47, 47/F, United Center Building, Silom
One of Bangkok's biggest charity events returns, promising a day of elephant parades, jazz music, family-friendly educational activities and elephant polo mathces, all in a good cause to help protect elephants around the country.
Mar 9-12. Anantara Riverside, Charoen Nakhon Soi 57/1
An exhibition showcasing archived memorabilia from the Musee Gaumont Museum, the legendary French movie production company that recently celebrated its 120th anniversary, featuring collections ranging from exclusive film cilps to old posters. There will also be special screenings of films including Leon: The Professional, The Science of Sleep, Panic in Bangkok and more.
Mar 9-22. Alliance Francaise Bangkok, 179 Wireless Rd.
The British curated film festival stops by Bangkok for a series of film screenings, live music, workshops and film-related talks. There also promises to be a showcase of best short films from current students at Silapakorn University International College, amongst many other things in the packed program.
Through Mar 9. Whiteline, Silom Soi 8
In celebration of the pub's 30th anniversary, 8 local bands perform covers of legendary British rock songs from the likes of Oasis, The Beatles, The Cure, Blur and more.
Mar 10. The Rock Pub, 93/26 Phayathai Rd.
The Spanish cartoonist, known for his black humor-laced six-panel comic strips that touch on topics ranging from cannibalism to infanticide, makes his Bangkok debut. Expect plenty of his comics displayed alongside limited-edition T-shirts, books and illustrations for sale.
Mar 10-23. Future Factory Bangkok, Phahon Yothin Rd.
This boat party on the Chao Phraya River takes place on the stationary Vanvarang ship, featuring live music from Hugo and the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band on the main deck, plus tracks from DJs Mendy Indigo, Sarayu, K9, Coran, Dott and more on the lower deck.
Mar 11. Vanvarang ship, Charoenkrung Rd.
The Berlin-based DJ whose music spans house, techno, UK bass and psychedelia makes his Bangkok debut with support from DJ Maehappyair, while DJs Tob and Noxro take over the Dalmatian room.
Mar 11. Beam, 72 Courtyard, Sukhumvit Soi 5
The sustainability-focused market gathers local farmers, craftspeople and NGOs to sell products sourced from no more than 100km away, ranging from handicrafts to organic food, in a breezy riverside setting.
Mar 12. Shangri-La Hotel, 89 Soi Wat Suan Plu,Charoenkrung Rd.
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