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What To Do In Phnom Penh THIS Weekend

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Friday

What’s On Screen?

The Flicks will screen The Oscar nominated The Favourite at 8:30pm. The 18th century dark comedy will kick off your weekend and definitely provide something a little different. 

What’s On Stage?

Pocket Change, the fabulous new act bringing Funk and Soul to Phnom Penh, will be taking the stage at Bassac Lane from 9pm.

12 ME, the infamous rapper who brings us his craft in both French and Khmer, hosts the second edition of a hip hop night at the FCC Mansion. This will be a big one and kicks off at 8:30pm.

 

Saturday

What’s On Screen?

The Flicks continues its theme of Oscar nominated period pieces. At 8pm, they will screen Mary Queen of Scots starring Margot Robbie.

What’s On Stage?

From 7:30pm Cloud offers the chance to explore how everyday sexism affects us all. Feminist Voicers: Everyday Sexism gives the stage to anyone who wishes to share their personal experience. Rant, rave, debate and enjoy.

What’s On Late?

An underground techno night is kicking off from 9pm at META House. Öçal will take us into the wee hours.

What Else?

Take a minute and do something really quite important for yourself. At 2pm at Justice Cafe there will be a day dedicated to mental health and the taboo issues surrounding this.

Drag yourself out of bed and away from the usual brunch hot-spots, and to the Khmer Crafts and Food Festival, from 10am.

From 5pm, Bong Bong Bong is putting on a Flea Market. Expect rare sneakers and some odd japanese mementos.

Canadian International School is holding an open day from 16:30, providing a great opportunity for parents, and potential parents, to have a look around the school. To keep the day fun, there will be a performance on the day from the Phare, The Cambodian Circus.

Sunday

What’s On Screen?

Hitler’s Drug screens at META House from 7pm. The 2011 documentary looks at the growing (and still growing) scourge of meth abuse in Southeast Asia.

What Else?

Phnom Penh can be a little dicey at times. Whether it be a bag snatching or something more sinister, you never want to feel powerless. The Self Defence Workshop from 9am at Kram Yoga aims to do just that.

From 4:30pm local funny man Sam Thomas brings his trademark one man show and shoulder length lusty locks to Mad Monkey.
We all love a boat trip. But a fancy boat trip down the Tonle Sap? Oh, yes. Oskar’s is putting on a casual, yet elegant, boat party: Saint Tropez. Expect some banging tunes, dignified cocktails and a less than sophisticated stumble off the boat a few hours later.

 

That’s all for now Penh Pals! Make sure you keep up with what’s happening here!

 

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