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Bangkok Street Show 2015

Free

Period:04 Dec 2015 - 06 Dec 2015

Address:Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Service day:Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 15:00-21:00

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The highly anticipated “Bangkok Street Show 2015” will fill the air of Lumphini Park with laughter triggered by more than 40 local and international troupes of actors and entertainers from Friday to Sunday.

Organised by Zense Entertainment in collaboration with Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Get Live Management, the festival will be packed with various kinds of street performances from 20 countries, including Australia, Switzerland, the US, Germany, Poland, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Japan and South Korea.

This year’s highlights will be the debut of five performances. Reuben DotDotDot from Australia will defy gravity and death with acrobatic stunts with a spinning one-handed balance 7m in the air.

Shalton Theatre from The Netherlands will bring the Frog King, or Iron Hendrik, and his amphibian friends to amaze local audiences with their leaping and quacking. Johnman, one of the best-known living doll artists in Germany, will transform into two different characters — Blanko, a white figure on a white pedestal and Candyman, an artificial salesman of sweets and candies who plays with the audience with surprising tricks and gags.

In the Kukuryku show, Ola Muchin from Poland will make his handmade puppet magician come alive and surprise the audience by developing his tricks with the help of a chicken and other characters.

An attractive duo from South Korea, 2SH, will present a visual magic performance where they mix up magic and cheerful dances.

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The Frog King by Shalton Theatre.

The highly anticipated “Bangkok Street Show 2015” will fill the air of Lumphini Park with laughter triggered by more than 40 local and international troupes of actors and entertainers from Friday to Sunday.

Organised by Zense Entertainment in collaboration with Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Get Live Management, the festival will be packed with various kinds of street performances from 20 countries, including Australia, Switzerland, the US, Germany, Poland, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Japan and South Korea.

This year’s highlights will be the debut of five performances. Reuben DotDotDot from Australia will defy gravity and death with acrobatic stunts with a spinning one-handed balance 7m in the air.

Shalton Theatre from The Netherlands will bring the Frog King, or Iron Hendrik, and his amphibian friends to amaze local audiences with their leaping and quacking. Johnman, one of the best-known living doll artists in Germany, will transform into two different characters — Blanko, a white figure on a white pedestal and Candyman, an artificial salesman of sweets and candies who plays with the audience with surprising tricks and gags.

In the Kukuryku show, Ola Muchin from Poland will make his handmade puppet magician come alive and surprise the audience by developing his tricks with the help of a chicken and other characters.

An attractive duo from South Korea, 2SH, will present a visual magic performance where they mix up magic and cheerful dances.

This year will also see the return of famous spectacles from The Netherlands — Saurus, a dinosaur stilt walk performance by Close-Act Theatre and the walking acts of a friendly huge giraffe and ostrich by Teatro Pavana.


There is no admission fee. Visit www.bangkokstreetshow.com.

An aerial stunt by Reuben DotDotDot.

Location

Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

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