May, 2011

MORE Sounds of THE 70s: DJ Kandy

May 24th, 2011

Friday 28 January, 9PM


DJ Kandy revisits WTF to play the sounds of the seventies you never knew, from Dusseldorf to Lagos to Memphis. He promises to play late for all you night-owl-journos who missed him last time.

* La chasse aux microbes/Michael Bundt 
* Desculpe babe/Os Mutantes
* What’s going on?/Big Star
* Blues on the ceiling/Karen Dalton
* Robot children/Patrick Cowley
* The man machine/Kraftwerk

And much more!


Celebrate World Cocktail Week at WTF

May 10th, 2011

In celebration of World Cocktail Week, Starting from tonight We’ll have a new cocktail every night thru Sat from Ted Saucier’s classic 1951 compendium, "Bottoms Up".

Tuesday 10 May 2011
"Bird & Bottle Old Fashioned" Courtesy, Bird & Bottle Inn, Garrison, New York
whiskey, angostura & orange bitters, lemon & orange peel

Wednesday 11 May 2011
"Patio Royal Mint Julep" Courtesy, The Patio Royal, New Orleans
bourbon, mint, triple sec

Thursday 12 May 2011
"Mike Romanoff" Courtesy, Romanoff’s, Beverly Hills, California
vodka, curacao, apricot liqueur, lime

Friday 13 May 2011
"Run Fizz"
Havana 3, dash of absinthe, lemon, egg white, soda

Saturday 14 May 2011
"Picadilly Circus"
dry gin, dry vermouth, dash of absinthe, dash grenadine

Global exhibition “Change this world! 50 years of poster for Amnesty International (1961-2011)”

May 10th, 2011

WTF Gallery and Café Hosts global exhibition “Change this world! 50 years of poster for Amnesty International (1961-2011)”

Exhibition on view from 14 May – 13 June 2011
WTF Gallery, Sukhumvit Soi 51, Bangkok
"Artwork is instrumental to challenge tyrants and oppressions throughout the histories. Those images are like loudspeakers that resonating the spirit of those longing for freedom and justice. Indeed, a painting cannot free people from the claws of the oppressor. However, that painting might lighten up tens, perhaps hundreds people to see the injustice that eroding our society. In addition, persuade those people to stand up, and take action to change this world – to be a better place with equality and fairness."
Amnesty International Thailand cordially invites you to visit a global exhibition “Change this world! 50 years of poster for Amnesty International (1961-2011)” to commemorate the 50th Anniversaries of Amnesty International – a volunteer-based international organization working to protect and defend human rights worldwide. Amnesty International conducts researches and campaigns to end human rights violations – particularly rights and freedoms enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Posters displayed at this exhibition are collected from Amnesty International’s campaigns in the past 50 years from every corners of the world. The posters communicate a variety of messages including freedom, prisoner of conscience, civil and political rights. These posters demonstrates that the power of artists’ creativity can transmit the people’s will from those who desire for freedom, equality, and respect for human dignity. This people’s will is timeless and beyond frontier.
Visitor Information
Opening times: Tuesday – Sunday, 3pm-10pm
Free Admission
WTF Café & Gallery
7 Sukhumvit Soi 51, Wattana, Klongton-Nua, Bangkok 10110
BTS: Thonglor
For further information please contact:
Somrak Sila, 
T/F: 02 662 6246
M: 089 926 5474
Khun Naowarat
Tel. 02-513-8745 / 02-513-8754