Hilarious dating comedy, sustainable clothes swaps, Ed Sheeran love songs and a night of German electronic music with Digitalism.
Watch eight finalists battle it out for the title of best DJ, followed by an after party. Drinks specials include B600 for free-flow Monkey Shoulder whiskey cocktails.
Thursday, Apr 25, 7pm. W Bangkok, 106 Sathorn Rd., 02-344-4000.
The German electronic music duo known for hits like “Pogo” and “Infinity” perform in Bangkok for the first time.
Saturday, Apr 27, 7pm. Beam, 1/F, 72 Courtyard, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 02-392-7750. Tickets B590 on Ticketmelon.
A night of heavy and experimental electronic music led by three local talents: Marmosets, Ahivar and Jirus.
Saturday, Apr 27, 9pm. Safe Room, 2/F, Whiteline, Silom Soi 8, 087-061-1117. B250 including one drink.
A night of experimental instrumentals featuring James Welburn (UK), F- (TH), Knavish Tricks (NZ) and Plenty.
Thursday, Apr 25, 8pm. Jam, Charoen Rat Soi 1, 089-889-8059. B200.
Test your dancing skills to the sound of Latin rhythms from a live band.
Apr 25-27, 9pm-1am. Flamenco, 9/F Helix Building, EmQuartier, Sukhumvit Rd. Free.
Four bands with four different styles perform live, showcasing Japanese grindcore, Japanese rap-metal, Spanish indie pop and Thai/Japanese punk.
Saturday, Apr 27, 8pm. Jam, Charoen Rat Soi 1, 089-889-8059. B200.
The multi-platinum award winning English singer-songwriter will return to woo Bangkok with sweet hits like “Perfect,” “Shape of You” and “Photograph.”
Sunday, Apr 28. Rajamangala National Stadium, 286 Ramkhamhaeng Soi 24, Yaek 18. B2,000-6,000 via Thaiticketmajor.
J-pop band will perform their R ‘n’ B and ‘80s sounds along with two local bands, Inspirative and Safeplanet.
Sunday, Apr 28, 8pm. De Commune, 1/F, Liberty Plaza, Sukhumvit Soi 55 (Thonglor), 088-419-7380. B500 in advance via Ticketmelon/ B600 on the door.
Laugh your socks off as this 40-year-old Scottish stand-up comedian regales you with tales of single life in the modern age.
Friday, Apr 26, 8:30pm. The Comedy Club Bangkok, 2/F The Royal Oak, Sukhumvit Soi 33/1, 02-662-1650. B600 in advance (online or at The Royal Oak Pub)/ B800 on the door.
An open-mic comedy show that invites moms and moms-to-be to celebrate motherhood with a good old rant.
Saturday, Apr 27, 6pm. WTF Gallery & Cafe, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 51, 02-662-6246. Free.
This huge multimedia exhibition promises to take viewers on an immersive journey through the works of 16 prolific artists, including Degas, Monet and van Gogh, featuring state-of-the-art HD projection, animation and striking surround sound. Visitors can also try their hand at painting while sipping on wine.
Apr 26-Jun 16. 2/F, RCB Galleria, River City Bangkok, 23 Charoenkrung Soi 24. Early-bird tickets B300 via Zipevent/ regular B350/ children B200.
The Scottish multi-media conceptual artist, Richard Skene, brings three of his newest art collections—Cityscapes; Pretty Ugly and Flying Colours—to Sathorn, exploring global social and cultural themes. Opening party on Apr 26, 6pm.
Apr 26-May, Woof Pack, 1/3-9 Sala Daeng Soi 1, Silom, 089-826-2299.
Tanut Suvanabhat, a 23-years-old autistic artist, showcases his work guided by his older sister Chittakarn, giving a new perspective on disability.
Satuday, Apr 27, 6:30pm. Kinjai Contemporary, 44 Ratchawithi Rd., 089-815-3082. Free.
This solo exhibition by a Thai artist explores the concept of home through a series of crayon-like drawings and paintings.
Apr 27-May 6, 10am-7pm. 10ml., 65/12 Soi Chokchai Ruammitr, Vibhavadirangsit Rd., 089-465-6915. Free.
Five short plays directed by young Thai talents, organized by the community-minded Fullfat Theater.
Through May 2, Art and Cultural Center Sang Arun, 6/F, Plan House Building, Sathorn Soi 10, 02-237-9070. B450-500 at 065-420-8596.
An open-air rooftop screening of Goodfellas with popcorn and booze.
Friday, Apr 26, 7pm. The Hive Thonglor, 46/9, Sukhumvit Soi 49, 02-662-6062. Free for members/B150 for non-members via Eventbrite.
Learn how to draw a self-portrait guided by Thai artist Somnuek Klungnok.
Friday, Apr 26, 12:30-4pm. Lhong 1919, 248 Chiangmai Rd., 094-554-8883. Free.
Bring your unwanted textiles and a non-plastic water bottle to this workshop, where you'll learn how to make a bottle holder.
Saturday, Apr 27, 2-5pm. Model Market, Sukhumvit Soi 53. Free but advance registration is required at bit.ly/2KaKaCY.
Through Apr 28, this year's Fashion Revolution Week questions #WhoMadeMyClothes? with a series of talks about sustainable fashion, as well as film screenings, workshops (including "Co-Creation Fashion with Communities" by Cara Boccieri, founder of Akamae on Apr 26, "Closing the Gap, Making the Loop" on Apr 26 and "Waste To Worth: Turning Textiles Waste into Bottle Holders" on Apr 27, both led by textile designer Kamonnart Ongwandee) and clothes swaps (Model Market, Sukhumvit Soi 53 on Apr 27).