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Super Spooky Guide To The Weekend Ahead

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Super Spooky Guide To The Weekend Ahead

How you should get your spook on over the next few days



What’s On Screen

Wasted – the Story of Food Waste screens at 4:30pm over at The Flicks. The film, featuring the late great Anthony Bourdain,  looks to open your mind about the amount of food we waste, with an empowering and upbeat message at the end.

From 6pm-8pm and again from 9pm-11pm,  the French Institute hosts screens some of the standout pieces from the Cannes Film Festival this year. This will be running until the 3rd of November.

What’s On Stage

Marianna Hensley will be bringing the vocals and Larry Martine the keyboard for an evening of jazz from 6:30pm at Botanico.

Oscar’s On The Corner will host the first in a series of Indie shows. From 9pm, Indierawk Fest Vol I will kick off from 9pm with a $2 entry.

What Else

From 5 pm, Oktoberfest once again comes to the Penh, over at Koh Pich. Tickets are $10 and you can expect massive beers and equally as intimidatingly sized sausage.



What’s On Screen

The French Institute will again be showing some of the standout pieces from Cannes at 6:30pm-8:30 pm and continuing at 9.

The Stephen King classic: Misery will be playing at The Flicks form 9pm. The film tells the dark story of an enraged fan following news that their favourite character will be killed off in a series of novels.

What’s On Stage

Mirasol Aguila will be taking stage at Bassac Lane from 9pm. The stunning smooth vocals will be accompanied by Larry Martinez on the keyboard and Antti Siitonen on percussion. As always, entrance is free, but expect some costumes complimenting the lane on Saturday night!

What’s On Late

Phnom Penh Underground and Code Red Agency will host the Halloween Haunted House from 8pm at Chinese House. They are promising ‘spooktacular’ DJ beats to accompany some excellent cocktails. The evening will see the decks taken by DJ Sequence, DJ Saint Vincent, Kimchi Collective to name a few.. We are particularly excited to see how spooky the iconic Chinese House will look with all Hallows eve decor.

What Else

SoundsKool is celebrating its grand opening in Toul Tom Pong from 2pm. They will have live music from Original Khmer artist Syra Run, SoundsKool students, shop tours, instrument demos, parent tours, course presentations and face painting.

A A family-focused Fall Festival will be taking place at Farm To Table from 3pm. Taste a little bit of the season with local vendors from all over the country.

Oktoberfest festivities continue tonight from 5pm. Enjoy sausage and beer at the ridiculous Koh Pich convention hall.


The Egyptian House of Horrors Halloween Party will get its spook on from 7pm, at Raffles. For $40 you can enjoy a buffet, unlimited drinks for 3 hours and a big ole disco. Remember, just because it’s fancy doesn’t mean you don’t dress up!

In Collaboration with 5 drunk men, Very Gouda will host Murder on The Mekong. You will drink and party on the boat but remember to keep a watchful eye out for who could be the pesky killer. The boat party will kick off from 10pm and will cost $5 for entry.

The Hotel Cambodiana, in partnership with Heineken, will host Afterlife: Day of The Dead. Expect a host of international DJs some banging dance music.



What’s On Screen

The French Institute will be kicking of the Cannes films from 2pm-4pm, 4:30pm-6:00pm and 7-9:30pm.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again will screen from 8pm at The Flicks. Enjoy some light musical relief following the darkened weekend.

What Else

Jave Creative Market will be open from 10:30am. Many top Cambodian designers will be present along with a cocktail brunch.

Antonio and Justin host Phnom Penh pub sing from 8pm at Good Times Bar. They will lead you through some classic tunes as you drink the night away.


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