Danny Yung (b. Shanghai, 1943), an experimental art pioneer and one of the most influential artists in Hong Kong who founded Zuni Icosahedron, puts together 40 years of his plays on experimental China.
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Opera Hong Kong is bringing Hong Kong audiences a new semi-staged double-bill production of Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, two Italian opera masterpieces imbued with jealous passion, murderous intrigue and riveting drama.
This summer, let your heart leap as Hong Kong Ballet premieres Septime Webre’s Peter Pan, featuring costumes by award-winning designer Liz Vandal and sets that enable dancers to take flight.
The Queen Elisabeth Competition 2010 winner Denis Kozhukhin (b. 1986, Russia) performs Schnittke, Haydn and Rachmaninov classics at Hong Kong Sinfonietta’s Great Piano Concertos series.
Curated by Mathias Woo, Zuni Iconoclast artistic director, The Pork Chops Inferno reveals Lai Tat Tat Wing’s own world of comics through an immersive experience.
Zuni’s founder and pioneer of cross-cultural experimental theatre practice Danny Yung imagines the wake of Chinoiserie at the Palace of Versailles in the 17th century through the setting of a museum.
One of the world’s most established Shakespearean theatre groups from London puts on The Comedy of Errors, Pericles and Twelfth Night: three stories of displacement, scattered families and what it means to be at home.
For the first time, the musical – adapted from British author Roald Dahl’s eponymous children’s book – brings its whimsical story, popular songs and dazzling sets to the Hong Kong stage.
Fresh from a critically acclaimed run of Secret Theatre in London and Singapore, the team returns with the epic immersive thriller of cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter, set in the historic prison and police station of Hong Kong, Tai Kwun.