Entertainment

Theatre in Luang Prabang

Garavek Storytelling

Garavek means 'magical bird', and this enchanting hour-long show – comprising an old man dressed in tribal wear playing a haunting khene (Lao-style lyre) alongside an animated storyteller (in English) recalling loca…
Dance in Luang Prabang

Phrolak-Phralam Theatre

The misleadingly named Royal Lao Ballet puts on slow-moving traditional dances accompanied by a 10-piece Lao 'orchestra'. Performances last about 1¼ hours and include a Ramayana-based scene. It's well worth reading …
Cinema in Luang Prabang

Moonlight Cinema

The latest films are shown at the Ock Pop Tok centre every Thursday at 7.30pm, screened after 7pm dinner. Tuk-tuk is included; pickup is from in front of the Joma Bakery Cafe on Th Chao Fa Ngum at 6.45pm. Book via e…
Cinema in Luang Prabang

L'Etranger Books & Tea

Order a drink and a bite to eat and then get comfy on a lounging cushion to watch the latest blockbuster and indie films shown nightly at 7pm. If it's quiet you usually get to choose the film. Run by a friendly cine…