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Highlights of BIPAM2021

Fuel your energy and creativity

with 6 fresh experimental and semi-devised online performances,

touching on various aspects of the theme of “Ownership”;

bringing you closer to the context of Southeast Asia.

Be the first to catch the BIPAM world premiere of 4 newly commissioned online performances, including works of both Thai local talents, and Southeast Asian collaborations during the challenging times of the pandemic. Plus, 2 online screenings of locally staged gems.

Performance line-up

‘ B O R R O W ’

by Dujdao Vadhanapakorn

An experimental performance exploring the ownership of human nature that flows through the connection of a mother-daughter pair of dancers, and a distinctly different pair of identical twins.

“The 4th Rehearsal”

by Wannasak Sirilar and

Pathipon Adsavamahapong

Two queer solo artists of different generations meet for the first time to perform in each other’s work, exploring the meaning of ownership that shifts away when a piece changes hands.

“A Perfect Conversation

Oh Ode x Blunt Knife Google Doc Jam

by Sasapin Siriwanij and Eng Kai Er

A participative real-time performance in the wild cyberspace, derived from 2 solo pieces of the artists. Creating a space where memories are re-visited, opinions are questioned, and the political and personal nature of previous performances are given a closer look.

“Deleted Scenes in SEA”

by BIPAM in collaboration with

Indonesian Dramatic Playreading Festival (IDRF)

Excerpts from 3 performances of Southeast Asia - never before seen due to censorship - will be recreated in a foreign tongue by emerging Thai and Indonesian theatre artists for the first time.

“Pieng Buhn”

by Makhampom Theatre Group

A simple yet powerful biographic solo performance based on the life of ‘Kam’, a Dara-Ang woman, and performed by herself to voice out the basic equal rights for ethnic minorities.

“An Imperial Sake Cup and I”

by Dr. Charnvit Kasetsiri,

directed by Teerawat Mulvilai (Bfloor Theatre)

A lecture performance exploring the post - WWII history, private life and personal objects of Dr Charnvit Kasetsiri, a renowned historian and specialist in Southeast Asia Studies. starting from a sake cup he had received from Emperor (then Crown Prince) Akihito and his consort in their official visit to Thailand.

Premieres from 1 - 5 September, 2021

Time zones are a headache, we know. With BIPAM Full Pass, you will have no stress catching up with the performance premiere schedule. Your on-demand access, included in the Full Pass, will allow you to watch every performance any time until one week after BIPAM2021. (12th September, 12 am(GMT+7))

Book now, until 5th September, 2021

Pass types:


GROUP PASS - Save 20% when you buy 5 passes for the price of 4 (USD 72 per pass)

Both Full and Group Passes include entry to all events.


If you have trouble booking tickets or any questions, you can contact our festival team on our Facebook fanpage or


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