Currently Browsing: Events

Tango Nights at the Dream Hotel, Bangkok

What counts in tango is not only the music, steps or the dance floor, but also the fragrance, head movements, breathing or whispering. Tango is like an aphrodisiac, which makes a man more masculine and releases femininity in a woman. The essence of tango is about life, especially about the relationship between a man and a woman. There are no mistakes in tango, not like in ordinary life. There is only the simplicity that makes tango such an incredible dance. If you missed a step, you do not worry about it. You just keep on dancing… p Let’s all dance together… Every Thursday, from 7...
read more

High in the Sky with Art at the Marina Palace Hotel

The following Saturday (13th of November, 2010), behold your eyes as the amazing painter Thomaz Viana will paint the face side of the Hotel Marina Palace located at Av. Delfim Moreira, 630, Rio de Janeiro. He will be suspended an incredible 80 meters in the air while the public can witness him live. Mr. Viana has a wide variety of experiences as he has worked on walls, murals and other types of objects by TOZ as he is referred to. This is a great opportunity for TOZ to collaborate his art to a social initiative as by the way, this is the first time TOZ will attempt an extraordinary feat as such....
read more

The Beatles Tribute Band: the Mersey Beatles at the Hard Days Night Hotel

The Hard Days Night Hotel will feature a “Remembering George Harrison” concert that will take place on the 19th of November. The Mersey Beatles continue the success of their previous performances at the Hard Days Night Hotel by releasing a new date for an exclusive concert.  Mersey Beatles will play Beatles hits along with some of George’s solo hits. The concerts will take place in the hotels Zygmant Suite. Tickets are available from the hotels reception and are priced at £10.00.  To secure your tickets call +44 (0) 151 136 1964. p Remembering George Harrison Saturday 19th...
read more

The Chinese Moon Festival – 22nd of September 2010

The Chinese love to celebrate, when they do celebrate, they do it with their heart and soul! The Chinese Moon Festival is a very interesting cultural experience. It is also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival or the Moon Cake Festival. It is the third major festival in the Chinese calendar. It takes place on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. At this time, the moon is in its fullest and brightest state and also has a very unique yellow color. That is why during this day, the Chinese admire the moon’s light and eat food in the shape of the moon, mostly the so called moon cakes. They meet their...
read more
Page 10 of 10« First...678910