The Vietnamese art scene has shown encouraging signs of revival after being devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic as the country moves into a 'new normal'.
Installation of art in public places in Việt Nam is essential to the development of smart cities and their cultural life, HCM City artists and cultural experts have said.
A special circus show will be dedicated to navy soldiers at Hà Nội’s Central Circus Theatre on July 25 and 26.
As the music industry has been hit hard by COVID-19, virtual concerts are helping Vietnamese artists promote their music and engage with their fans.
Cirque du Soleil announced on Monday it is filing for bankruptcy protection and cutting thousands of jobs as the world's most famous circus troupe seeks to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
The musical drama Tấm Cám (Tấm and Cám), a production written by Hùng Lâm, will be restaged in a new version 20 years after its first release in HCM City.
A ballet based on Truyện Kiều (The Tale of Kiều), the 18th century poetic masterpiece by the great poet Nguyễn Du, is expected to be staged at the HCM City Opera House this month.