It may be taking place towards the end of September, but with the popularity of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Singapore, now may just be the time to book your tickets for the race that will take in the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
After far too long a hiatus, PechaKucha is back. If you haven’t been before then brace yourself for a series of informal presentations from a diverse group of creative Hanoi residents.
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.
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.
Celebrated artist Nguyen Phi Phi Oanh is forgetting convention and going inside the box for her latest project, Palimpsest. She has converted the downstairs area of the L’Espace building into a giant lightbox, projecting light and shadow onto translucent screens. The result is poetic encounters for those walking down Trang Tien in the evening, with different images produced each day.
Vietnam in Focus have been organising photography tours in Northern Vietnam since 2012, and this May they will continue with a photography safari to Lao Cai.
In addition to the film screenings of the Big Lebowski (Feb. 5) and Samsara (February 6) as a part of the cleverly named, Cinexin film events at the Hanoi Bicycle Collective, World Music Sundays press on this month.