The Phnom Penh Sunday Sing is a community choir that meets every Sunday (3:00pm to 4:30pm) at the Music Arts School on St 360 BKK1 (next to Farm to Table). No experience necessary just an enthusiasm for singing!
Louis Theroux once again tackles some of the worlds oddest phenomena. This feature length documentary sees the British broadcasting legend explore the world of Scientology in the US.
A cigar, a table and sunglasses at night. Every Sunday, $25 gets you a seat at the weekly Texas Hold'em tournament and the possibility of taking home $1K. There is also the option of cash games for those short on time throughout the day.
Join the jam every Sunday at Kokopelli's where you can enjoy $0:75 draft for the first two hours. Scoddy will keep you entertained on the mic and open it up for anyone who wants to give it a go.
Stretch yourself up for the following week and learn how to scratch your ear with your foot. Myrto Argyriou welcomes all levels with expats paying $6 and locals $3.
Interested in developing your language skills? The Meetings begin with an English group and as more people join the event, other language groups will be opened. If, for example, two people wish to speak French, then a French table will be opened. Enjoy an engaging and social way to improve your language ability.
Enjoy the over the top daily show at Naga2 in Cambodia's first 3D video mapping theatre.
The young US based singer/songwriter Sam Ness is hitting Asia for the first time. His gravelly yet smooth tone always manages to capture the attention of the audience.