This month Hanoi Social Club is continuing a line up of bluegrass-meets-other-colours of grass. On May 18, Ze Champagne Unicorns will bring their trio of ukelele, cello and violin to the venue from 8pm.
The Goethe institute continues its knack of delighting Hanoi with what German culture has to offer. The Munich Chamber Choir will be providing music for lovers of all things classical. In collaboration with the Vietnam National Ballet and the Academy of Music they will bring a bit of Beethoven to Vietnam in celebration of Europe Day on the May 9.
Jazz it up at French restaurant, Millenium (11B Ngo Bao Khanh), every second Thursday of the month — in May, in case you’re wondering, that would be the 9th.
It’s a fashion show without a runway for clothes that are partially unfinished. On May 23, Hanoi designer Vu Thao will officially launch her line of men’s and women’s wear, Kilomet 109.
Hanoi based Scottish artist Heather Chan is turning up the volume of the creativity in the city. With a series of life drawing classes at Hanoi Social Club every Thursday at 6.30pm, she leads participants through two hours observing the finer points of the human figure.