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    Get caught in Agatha Christie's Mousetrap

    Life, Published on 16/08/2013

    » The world's most famous theatrical whodunit is coming to Thailand. Thai fans of Agatha Christie might already know "who has done what" but next month will be the first time they will see with their own eyes "how it has been done" on a Bangkok stage.

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    US theatre guru to lead week-long ensemble workshop

    Life, Published on 16/08/2013

    » Very few actors can get away with one-man shows, so here's a chance for theatre performers to learn more about working in a team.

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    A visit from the Deep South

    Life, Published on 16/08/2013

    » A group of secondary students from Demonstration School of Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, visited the Bangkok Post office during a field trip to the capital this week.

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    All aboard Chennai Express

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 16/08/2013

    » The first reflex upon coming out of Chennai Express is probably to question whether Shah Rukh Khan is really past his prime _ to the extent that he must settle for slapstick comedy. Then again, people need to remember that this energetic and literally colourful movie was not meant to be taken seriously.

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    In for the kill

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 16/08/2013

    » 'Wouldn't it be great if we could get one free murder a year we could get away with?" This is the question director James DeMonaco's wife asked one fateful evening after they were almost killed by a drunk driver. Recounting the event with a chuckle and the safety of hindsight, DeMonaco assures us that his wife, who's a doctor, is actually a very good person and that she just said that in a fit of "anger and emotion". However, he admits the idea was to stick in his head for a long time.

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    Murder most highbrow

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 16/08/2013

    » James DeMonaco's The Purge had every potential to be more than just a good home-invasion thriller. The film is set in 2022, and the concept is that for one night every year all criminal activity is legal, giving the rich and privileged one national hunting holiday to vent their anger through killing, ridding the nation of the poor and homeless. This is quite enough to draw the audience in, wanting to see what more the director can do with this gimmicky high-concept.

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    Maid to order

    Life, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 16/08/2013

    » Walk down the district of Akihabara in Tokyo and one sight you won't fail to see is frilly and kawaii/cutesy-looking girls dressed up in French maid costumes _ revealing factor optional _ trying to usher customers into maid cafes scattered all around the area. In these establishments, waitresses dressed up as maids will cater to all your requests (not the primal ones, ahem) and pamper you while you enjoy your meal. If you want to "transport" to a dreamland, where you can escape the bleak and grey realities of life by the hour, Maidreamin has just recently opened at Gateway Ekamai. It's the first branch to be open outside Japan and comes complete with pink and white sofas and merry maids to keep you in high spirits.

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    Young Berlin wizard flies in to tantalise

    Life, Published on 16/08/2013

    » Bangkok will be welcoming another Michelin-rated chef come August 20 when the St Regis brings in Michael Kempf from the renowned Facil restaurant in Berlin to supervise the kitchens at Viu for an exclusive five-day promotion.

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    Cantonese you can count on

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 16/08/2013

    » Good news for avid connoissuers of fine traditional Chinese cuisine: one of Singapore's most treasured Cantonese restaurants is now open in Bangkok.

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    Timeless elegance

    Life, Pamela Tan, Published on 16/08/2013

    » Fratelli Rossetti, a high-quality footwear brand from Italy famous for its unique designs and craftmanship, opened its flagship store in Bangkok at Gaysorn Plaza recently. Flown in especially for the occasion was Diego Rossetti, the present president of Fratelli Rossetti.

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