Disney On Ice returns for the long school holidays, staging “Mickey’s Super Celebration” at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani from March 28 to 31 from 10.30am to 6.30pm.
Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy join Mickey in a high-energy opening that is a modern take on the film that started it all, “Steamboat Willie”. With some help from the audience, Mickey and pals venture through the various Disney worlds sharing meaningful moments from treasured tales spanning generations to determine what their favourite memory of all time is.
Tickets cost from Bt700 to Bt2,700 at Thai Ticket Major. Call (02) 262 3456 or visit www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Treat for the feet
World-renowned pedicurist Bastien Gonzalez will be at the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok tomorrow to introduce the “Ultimate Special Duo Exclusive Therapy”. He will work his magic on legs and feet in four sessions running from 10am to 7pm at Spa Studio. The price is Bt7,000-plus.
Make a reservation at (02) 659 9000.
Game for a laugh
Irish comedian Darren Matthews drops into the Comedy Club Bangkok tomorrow night in celebration of St Patrick’s Day and as part of his latest tour “Whisky And Ginger Male”.
He’ll be talking about the luck of the Irish through hilarious travel stories.
Tickets cost Bt500 in advance at ComedyClubBangkok.com and The Royal Oak Pub with a Shamrock special discount of 3 tickets at just Bt400 each and Bt700 on the door.
All the fun of the fair
The Thai Sikh International School (TSIS) is organising its second annual International Fun Fair this Saturday from 10am to 3pm at the facility’s Bangna Campus.
Fair organisers expect to welcome more than 1,000 people to join a variety of indoor and outdoor family activities and enjoy one of the biggest selections of international food ever seen at the junction of Bangkok and Samut Prakan.
The day will be filled with games, sports, culture, raffles, a fashion show and live entertainment.
For more info, call (02) 743 504952.
A taste of cultural soup
Rhythm and Roots a creative cultural infusion of world traditions and art styles – is taking place at The Continent Hotel, Bangkok on Saturday starting at 7pm.
It features “Spanish Flamenco infused with Indian Traditional and Bollywood” choreography and dance by Indian artist Aarti Saikia, “Poet for the Night” by Aarti Saikia, “Persian Painting” by Arash Groyan, “Musical Notes” by German DJ Denis, and “Collective Art Canvas”.
Entry fee is Bt300 inclusive of welcome drink.
The Continent is on Sukhumvit Road right next to Terminal 21.