With Tchaikovsky’s glorious music, exhilarating new choreography from leading ice director Tony Mercer, and dazzling costumes (110 costumes), this innovative portrayal of the classic love story is breathtaking. Over 35 skaters including 20 World, European and National Championship skaters, who between them hold more than 250 competition medals, take contemporary ice dance to a new level with their daring and graceful feats – some of which are so complex they haven’t yet been named – all performed in the intimate setting of a Thailand Cultural Centre’s frozen stage.
The Imperial Ice Stars have performed to nearly 3 million people across five continents and have an unrivalled reputation for pushing the boundaries of ice dance with their skill and athleticism, their creative and powerful story-telling, and are the only ice skating company to have won a theatrical award: Manchester Evening News “Best Special Entertainment Award’ for their production Swan Lake on Ice in 2007.
Ticket Prices: 3,000 / 2,500 / 2,000 / 1,700 / 1,200 Baht
The Hope Fair will host their annual Back from Summer Break Edition on September 26th, 2019, from 11am to 8pm.
Stop by to experience 100 selectively chosen local and international high-quality Artisan, Designer and Entrepreneurs with a wide range of products including Healthy gourmet food, Educational kids toys & games, and the latest styles for your unique personal expression. Highlights include the famous guacamole from Mexicano Restaurante Autentico, Fresh brewed coffee from La Mesa, and Keto friendly foods including CHOCOLATE!
Join our community of vendors in the afternoon with your kids and enjoy with Penguin the clown as he gives away balloons and entertains with magic tricks and fun.
Or join us after work to let go of the day and meet new people in a lively environment with drinks and tasty homemade munchies.
In a convenient and easily accessible location, the Hope Fair is held in the ballroom of the Rembrandt Hotel, on Sukhumvit Soi 18.
One of our major focuses at the Hope Fair is circular economy. We prioritize sustainable products and innovations as well as giving back to the community. As such, all vendors donate to The HDF Mercy Center, a center for orphans with AIDS in the middle of Klongtoey, Bangkok.
Don’t forget – the Hope Fair is admission free and you can bring to the fair your unwanted clothes, shoes, household products, kids games, or anything else that can be used again by someone else, as the Mercy Centre will be collecting your donations.
► September 26th, 2019, from 11am to 8pm
@ The Rembrandt Hotel, located in Sukhumvit Soi 18, in the ball room, 2nd floor. Close to BTS and MRT stations Asoke. Entrance is FREE.
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