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Jun 14, 2019 / 11:12

What’s on guide for this weekend entertainment in Hanoi

Pick the perfect events to experience in Hanoi this weekend, from fashion exhibition to concert.

Fashion and Art Installation Exhibition “A World of Wonders”
Fashion and Art Installation Exhibition “A World of Wonders”.
Fashion and Art Installation Exhibition “A World of Wonders”.
Art-On-Fashion reaches the pinnacle and quintessence with Print Art and Lace Art fashion products on display at Lucy’s Dream Fashion and Art Exhibition Center.
Vietnamese young artists, who practice art at Lucy’s Dream Fashion and Art Exhibition Space, are always on the lookout for creative ways to express themselves via their artworks. They choose to present their paintings on costumes, and help make art accessible to the public.
Time: Saturday, June 15 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Venue: 20th floor, Hanoi Creative City building, No.1 Luong Yen, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi
Concert & Talk: “Light a Firefly Ray”

Concert & Talk: “Light a Firefly Ray”.
Concert & Talk: “Light a Firefly Ray”.
Dom Dom would like to invite you to attend a very new platform: “Concert and Talk with the audience: Light a firefly ray.
The event is divided into 2 parts: the first part is a talk with the audience about Experimental Music (in Vietnamese with English translation) and the second part is Graduation Concert of the “Experimental Music Improvisation” course I-2A (In the framework of DomDom’s Education Program). The name “Light a firefly ray” was chosen for both 2 parts because of the meeting points in their spirits.
A Dom Dom (firefly) is small but durable with experimental music! A rare show with so many things to open! The story of “us” and “I” with extreme emotions, beyond the borders and the classic notion of space and time. The music will be presented in a strong and freedom way.
The concert of I-2a Course also has the participation of a few former members of Dom Dom’s previous courses and the pioneering improvisers of Vietnamese experimental music: SonX and Ngo Tra My. Moreover, it is indispensable to mention the instructor, interdisciplinary composer and experimental music improviser Tran Kim Ngoc.
Time: Sunday June 16 at 8:00 pm
Venue: Erato School, 3rd floor, 30 Doan Thi Diem street, Hanoi
Artist Talk & Workshop with Jocelyn Chng: “Mulled Wine”

Artist Talk & Workshop with Jocelyn Chng: “Mulled Wine”.
Artist Talk & Workshop with Jocelyn Chng: “Mulled Wine”.
Waiting is an inevitable and relentless part of life. It comes in myriad forms, and gives rise to different emotions and physical sensations at different points and in different people.
“Mulled Wine” (working title) is an exploration of these different forms and aspects of waiting in life experienced by the three artists Melissa Quek, Nidya Shanthini Manokara and Jocelyn Chng.
In this workshop Jocelyn will briefly present part of the work, share about some of her processes, and try out a few activities with the participants. A short writing exercise may be involved.
Within the “umbrella” structure of “waiting,”  individual personal stories of dance and desire are also unearthed.
Jocelyn is a freelance practitioner, writer and educator in dance and theater, with a keen interest in issues of culture and history, both personal and in wider societal/national contexts. She holds a double Masters in Theater Studies/Research from the Universities of Amsterdam and Tampere, a BA (Hons) in Theater Studies from the National University of Singapore, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Dance Teaching) from the University of Bath.
As a dance educator and practitioner, a large part of her training is in ballet; however, she has been exploring improvisatory forms of movement to a greater extent in the past three-four years. She especially aligns with the framework of the Six Viewpoints created by Mary Overlie, both as a personal creative practice and in movement teaching contexts.
Time: Sunday June 16 from 10:00 am to 12:00 am
Venue: Kinergie Studio, 7th Floor, 101A Nguyen Khuyen, Hanoi
Theater On the Screen: “Lucrèce Borgia”

Theater On the Screen: “Lucrèce Borgia”.
Theater On the Screen: “Lucrèce Borgia”.
“With ‘Lucrezia Borgia’, Victor Hugo reveals the pearl at the heart of every monster.” – Denis Podalydes
‘Lucrèce Borgia’, one of the most iconic stage play at La Comédie-Française, arrives for a one-and-only screening at the cinema of L’Espace. Directed by Denis Podalydès, with dazzling costumes by Christian Lacroix, this masterpiece by Victor Hugo takes us on a journey through time, space, the ignoble and the sublime. A must-see!
Time: Saturday June 15 at 8:00 pm
Venue: L’Espace, 24 Trang Tien Str, Hanoi