Whether art, crafts and music are your thing or you want to learn something new, the next seven days are packed full of fun, engaging and diverse events and things to do in Yangon.
The four-day festival is in Myanmar for the first time and features works by more than 100 local and international artists.
Art’s power to force us to face past, current and future crises and injustices is on strong display at the Secretariat’s latest contemporary art exhibition.
The Irrawaddy’s new and improved events list is your guide to the best food, family, art and music events happening in Yangon over the next seven days.
New Year's Eve parties, art shows, book sales and upcycling — all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.
Music, art, string games, an open mic night, a play, a kids’ fair and more – all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.
Jim McNalis’ busts of dictators and democracy icons have seen him blacklisted from the country—and invited to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s home
A local ceramics artist making waves in the international art scene will hold her second solo exhibition in Yangon this weekend.
Art exhibitions, live jazz, house and techno music performance and a Christmas market—all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.
Turning Tables, a nation-wide music and social unity project, will hold a festival featuring the winning act of their 2018 song competition alongside Yangon’s favorite musicians.
Comedy, jazz, Bollywood performances, rock n’ roll workouts and a German Christmas market—the top events in Yangon this week as selected by The Irrawaddy.
This week in Yangon, entertainment on offer includes a selection of live music performances for Tazaungdaing, November art exhibitions and an international football match.
Our World Through My Lens is an unmissable photography exhibition by local photographer U Ye Naing Wynn on display until Monday Nov. 19.
Photographs spurred a Canadian composer to create a music album and invite string quartets around the world to perform to draw attention to the violence activists face.
Boxing, concerts, exhibitions, parties, film and more—all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.