Entertainment

Traditional Thai dance performance to stage in honour of Thai-Myanmar relations

To mark the 70th diplomatic relations between Myanmar and Thailand, a famous traditional Thai dance, Khon masked dance, will be staged in Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay.
The dance will be held on June 21, MICC II in Nay Pyi Taw and national theatre in Mandalay on June 23 respectively.
The masked dance was held at the Yangon National Theatre on June 19. Tickets were free of charge and one can see their announcements on social media pages of Thai Embassy.

Goethe Villa to show classic Myanmar films

Goethe Villa is preparing to show classic films with both Myanmar and western music arrangement styles on June 12 and 13. 
Background music for Myanmar classical silent films will be played by Hein Tint Myanmar traditional Sai orchestra and Meike Goosmann’s Jazz music beginning from 6:30 pm on June 12 and 8:00 pm on June 13.

Iron Cross Music Band to stage music show in June

The Royal Club Music Tour in Yangon will be held in Yangon on June 16 in which Iron Cross music band and many famous vocalists will perform.
“This time, we’ve arranged to hold this event in Yangon. It’s been a long time that Iron Cross music band didn’t perform a stage show in Yangon. As it is rainy season, we will be holding at an indoor place like Myanmar Event Park. Tickets will be sold on June 9,” said an official from The Royal Club Music Tour.

Myanmar Men invited to participate in Thai Reality Show

Myanmar men are invited for competing in the reality show of Thailand entitled “The Face Men Thailand Season-2”.

It is an International Thai reality television modeling competition for men. Contestants will live together in the residence, undergoing trainings such as Personality & Charisma, Performing Skills, and Health & Fitness every week by special guests. Aspiring contestants are required to be no older than 29 years of age, and meet a minimum height requirement of 175 cm (5 ft 9 in).

Yangon to stage Emperor Band’s Thingyan music festival

Emperor Band together with its vocalist Zaw Win Htut will hold Thingyan stage show at Mindhamma Road in Yangon this year.
The band will divided into two parts in each day such as morning and evening part for entertaining public. Vocalists such as Aung Yin, Sithu Lwin, Aung Htet, Eint Chit, Khine Su Su Naing, Kay Kay Moe and Lainmawthee will also performing with the band.

Oneness Kachin Charity Fashion Show staged in Yangon

YANGON- With the aim for supporting war refugees from Kachin and Shan States and disaster-hit regions, Oneness Charity Fashion Show yesterday was held at the Taw Win Garden Hotel in Yangon jointly organized by Manaw Ahla Band.
 
Eight well-known designers displayed their latest fashion dresses by fitting on over 50 famous supermodels at the show.
 

Youth uses art talent to draw support for elephant protection

 

In order to raise awareness about the need to protect wild elephants, youth artist Akar Kyaw will stage a March exhibit at Yangon International airport.



The exhibit will feature six large paper elephants spread out across Terminals 1, 2 and 3 in an effort to educate the public about illegal killing of the mighty beasts.

Yangon holds Myanmar Youth Micro Film Contest Public Show

Myanmar Youth Micro Film Contest Public Show was held for three days from February 23 to 25 in Maha Bandoola Park in Yangon, attracting large crowds of audience.

The contest was held with the aim of showing the public award-winning and good films, turning out young film directors and helping create innovative films.

Myanmar’s renowned art on display at National Museum

Artworks by some of Myanmar’s most renowned artists will be on exhibit until February 28 at the National Museum in Yangon.

The exhibition stages paintings by 72 renowned artists, along with a programme on practical drawing, and a series of talks.

Myanmar does not yet have a museum dedicated to art.

“It is distressing to our country that we are not able to open an art museum,” said the Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture, Thura Aung Ko.

Israel movies show at St. John City Mall

The ceremony of showing Israel movies were held at the St. John City Mall’s JCGV movie theatre in Yangon on February 19.

It was arranged by Israel embassy in Myanmar and their target audience is children. The movies are Abulele and Zero Motivation.