This poetic piece of mask and mime theatre is lauded for exploring living with Alzeheimer’s with warmth and humour.
This free, two-day, genre-crossing music festival brings a versatile line-up of both local and international bands.
One of Hong Kong’s biggest annual events, Le French May is back with two months of music, theatre, film, art and food events held throughout the city.
An innovative blend of live action scenes, CGI, and the latest techniques of scientific data visualisation, this three-dimensional fulldome family film offers a look into the esoteric world of theoretical physics.
The screening of the 1961 American musical West Side Story will be accompanied by live orchestral music in a tribute to the work’s composer, Leonard Bernstein.
This annual interactive museum festival plays host to over a 100 programmes to take part in, covering culture, history, art, film, astronomy, science, archaeology and conservation.
This family-friendly program screens an eclectic selection of quality films, including the Hong Kong classic Chinese Ghost Story and animated shorts, in a semi-outdoor setting.
This retrospective on the late Japanese film director, screenwriter and producer Isao Takahata will screen five of his best feature films, including the lauded animation Grave of the Fireflies.
Sixteen well-preserved heritage buildings associated with serving the community will open their doors to the public, offering glimpses into the history of Hong Kong.
This exhibit showcases centuries-old cabinets or small studies in which precious religious, royal and valuable items as well as unusual specimens from the natural world were stored.
This omnimax show tells the story of English naturalist and explorer Henry Bates, who embarked on an eleven-year journey through the stunning yet perilous Amazon rainforest.
Office workers wanting to squeeze in a bit of cinema time to their 9-5 can do so at a discounted price at CityPlaza, which is introducing a new program with a range of films.