Sat 1st Dec
Gate Theatre at Villa Virtuosa

The Gate Theatre ‘Thank You Party’ at Villa Virtuosa.

The next Gate Theatre Production will be:

December 20 – 23 The Amen Corner by James Baldwin – presented by The Gate Theater – Directed by Gate founder Stephan Turner, At Kad Suan Kaew 7th Floor Theatre – this gripping drama addresses themes of love, religion and poverty born of racial prejudice. Every Evening 7pm https://www.facebook.com/events/268133547237759/

The next event at Villa Virtuosa will be:

December 16 Christmas at the Villa – Villa Virtuosa (The Hill Place) 5pm until 8pm – Spice up your festive season and join us for Christmas at the Villa! Our performers invite you to experience all the magic of a traditional European Christmas. Enjoy stalls selling Glühwein and sweet Christmas treats as we entertain you with special festive performances, as well as traditional sing-a-long carols around the Christmas tree. https://www.facebook.com/events/1201055873375589/

Tue 28th Aug
Assist Thai Visa Services Sponsors Gate Theater

Assist Thai Visa Services renews their sponsorship for gate theatre for another year.

Rhys Bonney Director of Assist Thai Visa Services told Citylife it was because of their commitment to the residents of Chiang Mai and in particular the arts.

If any company or individual wishes to sponsor Gate Theater they should contact [email protected]

The next performance will be on August 31 The Amen Corner by Readers Theatre Production from the Gate Theater Group at AUA Auditorium – one night only – 7pm – directed by Stephan Tuner – Written by American writer and social critic James Baldwin in 1954, The Amen Corner is a three-act play that portrays the incongruity of religious idealism and harsh reality in an African American community plagued by poverty and racial prejudice. The play follows a respected female pastor, Margaret Alexander, as she leads a church that meets in a storefront in the middle of the twentieth century. Margaret’s fears and suffering from her past have led her to a life of strict religious observance, and she leads her congregation without telling them of the failures in her past. Tickets for The Amen Corner are 250 baht, at the door only.  Box office opens at 6:00pm; curtain 7:00pm. General Admission seating.  Seating is limited. Arrive early!