In Phnom Penh for 3 nights. One of those nights fell on a Thursday. I had seen this on here and thought it would be worth a punt, the money goes to the kids and as the other reviewers have said $18 is expensive for Cambodia but it all goes back to the kids and it is ABSOLUTELY worth it.
The show is in 8 stages, each one telling a different story, all using traditional Khmer dancing.
There is a video that tells you about the Cambodian Living Arts (The charity/school) that has "rescued" these kids from the slums. My warning to you here - its heartbreaking.
However the Dancers, and dancing is phenomenal, leaving you with a smile on your face and song in your heart. The kids are all consummate professionals now and you could do far worse than give them 18 bucks for an hours entertainment.
If you are in Phnom Penh and have thursday nights from 7-8 free then GET TO THE NATIONAL MUSEUM and see the Children of Bassac.
My only complaint - and its tiny is the scarf they sell outside after the show is not the same as the ones they use in Kroma the Scarf Dance. Its half the width and not suitable for all the things they tell you to use it for in the song.
I was gutted.