A group of cải lương artists of HCM City will perform in famous plays staged by the Việt Nam Cải Lương Theatre in Hà Nội as part of a special cultural programme offering free shows launched by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in July.
In the first and the most optimistic scenario, the capital could achieve a growth rate of 5.9 per cent.
The three-day event is being held by the Hà Nội Department of Culture and Sports, Hà Nội Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion Centre, Vietnam Airlines and other tourism enterprises.
Dozens of singers and musicians will perform 20 songs of late talented songwriter Trịnh Công Sơn at a concert to be held in Hà Nội next week.
The play Điều Còn Lại (Thing That Remains) about the life of the people and soldiers after the war will be staged on May 29 at the Hà Nội Opera House as an effort to bring cultural activities back to life.
Government is making good on its pledge that “no one will be left behind” as it repatriates hundreds of Vietnamese citizens from all over the world.
French artist Jacob Reymond, who is famous for artworks inspired by music, will showcase his paintings at L’Espace from 6pm today.