Your complete guide to the best things to do in Phnom Penh from now until Monday morning.
London-based theatre collective Performance Exchange are taking their stage adaptations of Sherlock Holmes and The Gentlest Giant on a huge world tour – and this weekend, they come to Phnom Penh.
It’s all kicking off this weekend! There’s theatre, there’s art, there’s a huuuuuge array of gigs and club nights… and even a very exciting mini-festival. Get involved.
Whether or not you’re treading the boards yourself at PPIIA on Friday, come on down to the massive Life, Love and Other Illnesses party after the show.
Absurdist theatre is coming to Phnom Penh, with a series of four short plays exploring the darker side of human nature – and what pushes us to violence.
Yes, we know, it’s another wet and windy weekend in the Penh – but shake off your rainy season blues, put on your wellies (screw it, put on your swimsuit!) and get ready to partyyyyy.
Belle (Chumvan Sodhachivy) explores societal demands vs what makes us human in a new modern dance show at Institut Français du Cambodge.
The Pchum Ben exodus may be about to begin, but there’s still plenty of great events to keep you entertained from now until Monday morning. Here’s our pick.
Visit North Korea, from the comfort of Phnom Penh. The state-owned Pyongyang offers entertainment while you dine.
Get into your glad rags and order in the Espresso Martinis, because this weekend is a big one in Phnom Penh!
Ready for another wild weekend in the Kingdom of Wonder? Here are the top things to do in Phnom Penh from Friday night until Sunday evening.
We’re back up and running from today – and could not be more excited about the year ahead.