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The Railway Man In Cinemas From April 24

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The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, is based on the true story of Eric Lomax, a Scottish army officer who was captured by the Japanese during World War II after the surrender of Singapore in 1942.

Following his capture he was sent to Changi Prison and then later on to a prisoner of war camp in Kanchanaburi, where he was forced to work building the Thailand-Burma railway.

The Railway Man will be released in Thailand on April 24th

The Railway Man was partially filmed in Thailand, and although it’s been criticized by some for not being as authentic as it could have been, it still looks interesting enough to warrant a viewing for anyone interested in the bridge over the River Kwai, the Japanese prisoners of war held around Kanchanaburi, and the Death Railway.

The movie gets its official released in cinemas in Thailand on April 24th. Below is the Thai trailer for the film.

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First Show Back! Stand Up Comedy At Khaosan Comedy Club

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Stand Up Comedy At Khaosan Comedy Club

With the government announcing today that entertainment venues can reopen on July 1, the team at the Khaosan Comedy Club are not messing about and have an event lined up for this Wednesday night.

It’s been over 100 days since their last shows and on Wednesday, they are ready to jump back in with the first night of comedy in Bangkok.

And it is FREE ENTRY too but seating will be limited.

First Show Back

Please take a face mask, and note they will be conducting temperature checks with social distancing and hygiene protocols in place.

Wednesday at 9 PM – 10:30 PM

Khaosan Comedy Club
202 Khaosan Road, Bangkok, Thailand 10200

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Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit Ready To Welcome Guests From July

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Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit

Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit will be reopening to the public on Wednesday 8th July 2020 and is now accepting bookings.

The safety and wellbeing of guests and colleagues is their top priority, and they have implemented new hygiene procedures above and beyond standard protocols, as well as social distancing measures, in line with government and public health advice.

They’ve also introduced the IHG Clean Promise giving guests extra reassurance.

Bookings can be made through the official website here.

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Open Air Cinema Club At The Hive

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Open Air Cinema Club At The Hive

If you’re a big fan of movies, don’t miss out on the monthly Open Air Cinema Club at The Hive in Thonglor.

Head to The Hive rooftop for a unique outdoor screening experience, where you can enjoy the movie amongst the beautiful Bangkok skyline with your friends and family on cozy bean bag chairs, under the open sky!

Admission fee: 150THB including drink, (free for members)

About the movie:
A 2007 Irish romantic musical drama film written and directed by John Carney about a busker and an immigrant and their eventful week in Dublin, as they write, rehearse and record songs that tell their love story.

Schedule of the night:
6:30pm- 7:00pm Doors open. Welcome drinks and food.
7:00pm – Screening starts

When: 24th July 2020

Where: The Hive Thonglor, Rooftop.

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