Hailed a ‘post-punk rollercoaster ride’, MDLSX is a solo show that challenges the audience to re-imagine individual identity beyond the definitions of binary gender.
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Samuel Beckett’s absurdist play on two tramps waiting for salvation comes to Hong Kong in a production by Irish theatre company AC Productions.
This joyful, dark, funny and irreverent performance is about death in all its forms; real death, fake death, and death as portrayed in world’s great theatre classics.
Based on the beloved eponymous children’s book, Dear Zoo is a fun and engaging show featuring puppets, original music and audience interaction.
Danish innovators Between Music perform completely underwater, using a collection of novel instruments such as carbon-fibre violins and the underwater crystallophone.
This theatre festival brings four powerful international plays to Hong Kong that aim to challenge the way we think about agency and the presentation and representation of the real.
This provocative show, performed by children under 13 years old, takes the life of paedophile and murderer Marc Dutroux as its starting point.
This is a fresh new staging of the classical ballet Giselle, which tells the tragic story of a kind-hearted peasant girl who falls in love with a handsome villager only to have her heart broken.