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Thank god it's Friday


Date: Friday, 26 January

Time: 3 PM - 8 PM

Venue: KIB Complex — Krishibid Institution Bangladesh, Krishi Khamar Sarak, Farmgate, Dhaka

Dreek, Shunno, Nemesis, and Arnob completes the lineup for Concert for KPR. Prepare to be mesmerised by the sensational lineup and enjoy the amazing performance each of the participants promises to deliver.

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Date: Friday, 26 January

Time: 3 PM - 9 PM

Venue: Baridhara DOHS Convention Centre (end of Road 1; turn left), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh Comic Con returns! Over 10,000 fans attended last year's convention and BDCC 2018 promises to be bigger and better.

Comic Con gives Dhakaiites an opportunity to celebrate people's love for comic books, graphic novels, and pop culture in general. This year's event will feature brilliant musical performances, kiosks by makeup artists, photographers, and shops selling iconic comic books, graphic arts, action figures, masks, posters, T-shirts, and merchandise!

Entry fee: Tk 300; will be available on-spot at the Entry Desk.

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Date: Sunday, 28 January

Time: 10 AM - 12 PM

Venue: Bangladesh National Museum, Shahbag Road, Dhaka

Child Foundation will arrange a visit to the Bangladesh National Museum for children with special needs for developing their social skills and promoting their inclusion in society. The programme hopes to make it possible for children with special needs to socialise, learn and have fun in public.

Child Foundation assures exclusive privilege for children with special needs by deliberately scheduling the programme during quiet hours when few visitors are in the museum. This provides a suitable environment for children who may not be comfortable in crowded places. The event is free for all children with special needs, aged between 2 and 18 years. A parent or a single caregiver may accompany the child.



Date: Monday, 29 January to Thursday, 1 February

Venue: Auditorium Nouvelle Vague, Alliance Francaise

This youth-led festival aims to open up a new world of films to the children of Bangladesh and to expose them to a diversity of cultures and traditions from various nations through cinema. CFS envisages to impact on the entire film industry of Bangladesh by inspiring the upcoming generation of film-makers and offering them bigger platform to exercise and exhibit their talent.

Initiated in 2008, it is one of the biggest film festivals in Bangladesh and also the only international film festival for children and young adults in the country. This year the festival will screen close to 200 films by renowned and aspiring directors from all over the world.

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