A screening of the timeless Christmas tale The Snowman and the Bear will be accompanied by the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong and a children’s choir.
Thirty three Award-winning book designs from the Netherlands will be on display at the Goethe-Gallery. A ‘Books and Zines’ workshop and lecture will be held in conjunction with the exhibition.
This festive concert, performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus, will feature well-known holiday songs.
This production by the Hong Kong Ballet puts a fresh spin on the all-time favourite Christmas ballet, ‘The Nutcracker’.
The inaugural edition of this festive film programme will screen four family movies from around the world—’Jill and Joy’s Winter’, ‘Little Mountain Boy’, ‘The Nutcracker Sweet’ and ‘Oddsockeaters’.
A tram running between Whitty Street and North Point will be layered with pictures of refugees, advocating diversity and inclusion in Hong Kong.
Produced by the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, the second revival of this musical transports the stingy, Christmas-despising protagonist of Charles Dickens’ famous novella A Christmas Carol to the present and future.
This engaging performance about winter, aimed at children aged between 2 to 6 years old, takes the young audience on a discovery journey through dancing, acting, live music and imaginative stage design.
Market Cats is photographer Marcel Heijnen’s latest exhibit, following on from the widespread attention and success of his last show, Shop Cats.
The Sky Show “KAGAYA’s Aurora” offers a look at different auroras captured by time-lapse photography and allows audiences to connect to nature in a unique way.
KidsFest, one of the largest theatre events in Asia aimed at children, returns to Hong Kong for its seventh edition in January 2018.
Following two seasons in London’s West End, the acclaimed revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s much-loved musical CATS comes to Hong Kong.
The OMNIMAX Show “Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean” captures the beauty and diversity of the ocean, including extraordinary shots of over 30 underwater species and their curious quirks.