Ten years ago, a New Zealand couple Martin and Jeanette Robinson found a two-storey pre-Khmer Rouge villa on St 95 which they turned into an air-conditioned movie-screening space with a tiny bar on the second floor.
Like all the other art forms, Lakhorn Niyeay suffered during the wars. People were all trying to survive, leaving behind tradition, culture and religion. But even when peace was brought back, the fading art struggled to keep up.
The stage set-up made the audience felt like they were really in the 1960s, in which the original play was set.
CHEYO, CHEYO, CHEYO! I hope not to hear these words uttered in the next five years. Well, we all made it through the election season and all the hoopla surrounding it; let’s pat ourselves on the back.
The Cambodian Living Arts Theatre – situated at the heart of the capital – is a place where vibrant forms of art by talented artists take the spotlight
Every night (except Tuesdays) from 7pm, till the end of April, a dazzling light, sound and dance show is staged at the newly-opened NABA Theatre at Naga2 to usher in the Khmer New Year.
The Khmer New Year is coming and NagaWorld, the multi-award winning world class international resort, is ready to usher in the annual festival with a fantastic range of special promotions, giveaways and live entertainment running from today to 30 April .
The event featured performances by popular local singers such as Meng Keo Pichenda and Meas Soksophea.
A group of Rohingya refugee women are telling their stories through theatre performances. Through their plays they act out issues they face, such as police harassment, access to health care and schooling, and domestic violence.