Lost & Found opens on Bangkok’s riverfront, promising a sinfully good after-dark entertainment experience.
If you fancy a drink from time to time and prefer locations that inspire the imagination as well as the palate, then we’re sure you’ve come across the works of Australian designer Ashley Sutton. The creative mind behind the likes of The Iron Fairies, Ophelia, and Maggie Choo’s is back with a long-anticipated project in Bangkok: Lost & Found.
Promising great food and drinks amidst an other-worldly ambiance, Lost & Found is nestled within a bunker-like space that transcends the normal bar and restaurant persona, and instead acts as a performance canvas (with an intriguing backstory) for some of the city’s most unique acts, from drag artists to live music, burlesque shows, and even puppetry.
Hidden on the third floor of Riverside Plaza, the lifestyle mall that connects Anantara and Avani+ Riverside Hotels, the venue comes to life as the audience is immersed in the lives of a cast of performers and their struggles as they wander the world disorientated and told to fit in. Instead, they forge Lost & Found, a community of magnificent misfits and a decadent destination for extravagant, eccentric expression for everyone to escape to when the boring boundaries of society’s standards become too much.
As if Bangkok could ever be described as boring.
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