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Bangkok Edge Festival 2018

Bangkok Edge Festival is back for 2018! This literary and ideas fest takes place on the weekend of 20-21 January 2018, from 12.30pm midday to midnight, with a range of free events including talks, workshops, cooking demos, movie screenings, and live music by Hugo, Chanudom, Yellow Fang, YENA, Rasmee Isaan Soul, and Siplor. The venues include Museum Siam, Chakrabongse Villas and Rajini School.

The children’s program includes a KIDS’ ZONE at Museum Siam, with an outdoor display of Thai culture for kids as well as the Neilson Hays Library’s Story Corner, which offers colouring stations, a crafts table, reading nooks, and storytelling in English:

2:00 – 2:30pm – Story Time: Things that Go (Zoom! Planes, Trains, Trucks…and More!)

2:30 – 3:30pm – Author Reading: Hear the winners of the Neilson Hays Young Writers Awards 2017 read their winning picture books.

*Plus, on Saturday only, discover the “Invisible Services from Nature” with the reading of Methira Kasemsan’s new book (in Thai).

3:30 – 4:00pm – Story Time: E-I-E-I-O Down on Old Mac Donald’s Farm

4:30-5:00pm Story Time: Furry Friends & Wild Things

Additionally, for those who wish to purchase a ChillPass in order to relax in the area of Chakrabongse Villas and join the House Tour, please email [email protected].

Below is the full schedule of events:

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