Arts & Culture
Kismuth Book’s new publication, Dipika Kohli’s “Breakfast in Cambodia”, the first in the “The Village Report’” series.
TINI, #57 Street 450. Thursday, September 1, 18:00
EVENING SEWING WORKSHOPS
Held over four weeks, these workshops will cover the basics of operating a sewing machine and simple troubleshooting techniques. No experience required. $50, to register contact [email protected]
Phnom Penh Community College, #73 Street 115. Thursday, September 1, 18:00
NATURE’S SPIRIT ART EXHIBITION
Contemporary Swiss artist Oliver Menge brings 16 paintings to The Insider Gallery to allow viewers to explore the soul and spirit of Cambodian life through his psychedelic and symbolic creations.
InterContinental Phnom Penh, #296 Mao Tse Toung Blvd. Thursday, September 1, 18:00
The French Institute welcomed French photographer Chantal Stoman for a residency teaching photography with the theme of nighttime photography, this exhibition showcases their labors.
Institut Francais du Cambodge, #218 Street 184. Thursday, September 1, 18:30
$10 for a half dozen, $19 for full dozen. Featuring free flow of white wine from 19:00-20:00. RSVP: 023 966 600 / 070 222 068 / 012 673 943.
Caravan’s Brasserie, #68 Sihanouk Blvd. Thursday, September 1, 19:00
EPIC PUB QUIZ
Full of brain teasers and head scratchers, plus awesome prize giveaways. $1 entry fee.
Show Box, #11 Street 330. Thursday, September 1, 20:00
Featuring Pedro Fall Winter 2016 collection, including a chance to win a personalized luggage back packwhen you spend $180 or more.
Aeon Mall, #132 Sothearos Blvd. Friday, September 2-4, 9:00
Great food including buckwheat nachos and drink for the Mexican mood.
La Creperie, #12C Street 308. Friday, September 2, 18:00
THE SILENT EXPLOSION ART EXHIBITION OPENING
A street art photography exhibition highlights the emerging talent on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal, by photographer Ali Al-Nasani.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Friday, September 2, 18:00
To coincide with the launch of the Cambodia Town Film Festival, Mito Hotel will be hosting its first sarong party to celebrate the festival’s launch and the diversity of the Cambodian experience.
Mito Hotel, #11 Street 174.
Friday, September 2, 18:00-22:00
MEET THE WINEMAKER
Featuring an exclusive Loire Valley tasting with Claude Fournier, owner and winemaker of Domaine Fournier Pere & Fils. $20 per person. For bookings call 095 907 879 or email [email protected]
The Providore, #67 Sothearos Blvd. Friday, September 2, 18:00-20:00
An LGBT friendly event featuring DJ Wah-Wah and Rob Bianche and dance performers by Phnom Penh’s best queens including Frida Blackman and Tequila Mockingbird.
Chinese House, #45 Sisowath Quay. Friday, September 2, 21:00-2:00
MUY DOLLAR PORTRAIT
Come down get a quick $1 caricature portrait of you and your friends by Lolli Park and Syahrulfikri.
N o w h e r e, #3E Street 312, Tonle Bassac. Saturday, September 3, 11:00-17:00
YOUNG ARTISTS AT K.E
Featuring a live illustration by young artist Chhoun Vichheka.
K.E Café and Lounge, #739 Street 128. Saturday, September 3, 18:00
Topaz restaurant serves up the best brunch menu featuring Fine de Claire oysters and famous dessert trolley and cheeseboards. $45 per person. For bookings, call: 081 333 279.
Topaz Restaurant, #162, Norodom Blvd. Sunday, September 4, 10:30-15:00
KHMER ARCHITECHTURE TOURS
Explore the “New Khmer” architectural style of the 1950s and 60s including the Chaktomuk Theatre and White Building led by Cambodian architects and students. For bookings, contact [email protected] for meeting point details.
Sunday, September 4. 8:00
DRINK AND DRAW
Have a few drinks and get your creativity on. $3 gets you two hours with a life model. BYO drawing materials.
Cloud, #32EO Street 9. Monday, September 5, 19:30
BREAKFAST WITH THE EXPERT
Learn how to properly register your business and understand legal obligations of SMEs with business expert Kimsophat Kong, founder of Make It Easy.
Impact Hub, #17 Street 306. Tuesday, September 6, 08:30-10:00
Music and Nightlife
Psy-trance and electronic underground music.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Thursday, September 1, 21:00
Special guest DJ Shaman playing disco funky house music.
Pontoon Pulse, #80 Street 172. Thursday, September 1
LADIES NIGHT OUT
Featuring DJ Kiss and DJ Star. Groups of five ladies get a free bottle of vodka, plus all ladies get a free welcome drink from 21:00.
The Riverhouse Lounge #157 Street 110. Corner Sisowath Quay. Thursday, September 1, 21:30
Come sing and play along with the talented Jamie, feel free to bring your own instruments too.
Cloud, #32E0 Street 9. Friday, September 2, 20:00
Joe Wrigley and the Jumping Jacks will get Bassac Lane pumping. Bassac Lane, Street 308. Friday, September 2, 20:00
DJ Remix plays a live set of deep chill, electro swing and drum & bass to kick your weekend off, including $2 Jager shots.
Show Box, #11 Street 330. Friday, September 2, 20:30
The Shamrockers bring their brand of Irish rock to Oscar’s.
Oscar’s on the Corner, corner of Streets 13 and 104. Friday, September 2, 21:30
Special guest is The Outsider from Sweden who we are flying in from Bangkok to play deep house & techno with residents Alan Ritchie & DJ Shaman.
Pontoon Pulse, #80 Street 172. Friday, September 2
Launch party to celebrate the opening of DJ Guesthouse and Lounge, featuring Ian and Diego. Like us on Facebook and get 50 percent off your first drink.
DJ Guesthouse and Lounge, #17B Street 29. Saturday, September 3, 19:00-0:00
Oscar’s on the Corner, corner of Streets 13 and 104. Saturday, September 3, 21:30
FUNK THE PARTY
Funk party and Pontoon Pulse are hosting and representing the Funk in Cambodia. DJ Bree, Alan Ritchie and special guest DJ Maily will be dropping all things funky.
Pontoon Pulse, #80 Street 172. Saturday, September 3
NORTHERN SOUL DJ NIGHT
Come and explore the Black American Soul dance movement from the 1960s Midlands of England, Wales and Scotland featuring DJ Andy Freak and DJ NICOMATIC.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Saturday, September 3, 21:00
Featuring Hot Club de Phnom Penh.
Jazz Club Phnom Penh, Street 282. Saturday, September 3, 18:00
August Soul Sonic Groove with DJ Bree playing reggae, soul, hip-hop beats.
Pontoon Pulse, #80 Street 172. Sunday, September 4
Come down and drink up your favorite Frozen Margarita: Buy one get one free.
The Riverhouse Lounge Night Club, #157 Street 110 Corner Sisowath Quay. Monday, September 5, 21:30
TWO FOR TUESDAY
Come and dance on our live DJs’ mix and party the night away! Happy Hour: Buy 2 get 1 free.
The Riverhouse Lounge Night Club, #157 Street 110 Corner Sisowath Quay. Tuesday, September 6, 21:30
OPEN MIC NIGHT
Phnom Penh’s best music talent thumps out some tunes, hosted by Clayton.
Show Box, #11 Street 330. Wednesday, September 7, 20:00
An LGBT friendly event featuring DJ Wah-Wah and Rob Bianche and dance performers by Phnom Penh’s best Queens including Frida Blackman and Tequila Mockingbird. Chinese House, #45 Sisowath Quay. Friday, September 2, 21:00-2:00. Supplied
THE TRUE COST (2015, 92min)
Partially shot in Cambodia, Andrew Morgan directs this ground breaking documentary about the state of the clothes industry as demand increases for cheaper clothing, the cost on human labor continues to grow.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Thursday, September 1, 16:00
THE ANTICS ROADSHOW (2011, 50min)
Documentary following renowned street artist Banksy as he blurs the lines between art and more traditional pranks, bending the law for a laugh that causes a second thought.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Friday, September 2, 16:00
TWO SHADOWS (2012, 94 min)
Cambodian hipster wannabee Sovanna travels from the US to her homeland Cambodia after receiving a mysterious letter that her brother and sister are still alive after they were separated during the civil war.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Saturday, September 3, 16:00
THE FLY DRAGON MOUNTAIN (1971, 85min)
The story of Er-Hu begins when his mother is murdered by a thief after stealing her jade pendant. 10 years later, Er-Hu returns as a warrior to seek revenge.
Bophana Center, #64, Street 200. Saturday, September 3, 17:00
NOTHERN SOUL (2014, 102min)
A young UK DJ introduces his friend to a new genre of music that took the UK by storm and dream of going to America to discover rare records to help the enhance their careers.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Saturday, September 3, 20:00
POVERTY INC. (2014, 90min)
Highlights the vast contrasts between the wealth and development that has been fostered in the West and the expense large portions of the rest of the world.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Sunday, September 4, 160
DOPE (2015, 108min)
Three dorky friends living in ‘The Bottoms’ of Inglewood California through a bizarre series of events are forced to get rid of an obscene amount of drugs that somehow end up in their possession.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Sunday, September 3, 20:00
BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (2010, 83 min)
An uncompromising documentary showing the huge impact the rising demand for raw materials to create mobile phones has had in Africa and the illegal mine trade.
Meta House, #37 Sothearos Blvd. Tuesday, September 6, 16:00
Wat Langka. Call 012 482 215.
BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICE
Sunday morning service in English.
Bethany Baptist Church, #36 Street 310. Sundays 8:00
OPEN GATE WORSHIP
Khmer language service.
Open Gate Church, #36 Street 360. Sundays 08:30, 17:30
Wat Langka. Call 012 482 215.
Health and Fitness
Explore different social enterprises around Phnom Penh on this guided tour. Free for Impact Hub members, $2 for non-members. For bookings contact [email protected]
Impact Hub, #17 Street 306. Sunday, September 4, 10:00-18:00
ZUMBATHON/PINK PARTY CHARITY EVENT
A Zumba event to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer for the Sihanouk Hospital’s Center for Hope. $10 for presale tickets, $12 at the door.
Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center, Street 598. Sunday, September 4, 16:00-17:30
CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING
Phnom Penh Hash House Harriers lead you through fields and farms followed by refreshments afterward. Walkers and runners of all shapes and sizes welcome. Truck leaves Phnom Penh station at 2:30PM sharp. $5 for expats, $3 for Khmers.
Phnom Penh Railway Station. Sunday. September 4, 14:10