The legendary life of a clairvoyant merchant in the late Qing dynasty is staged in this award-winning drama, which was first produced in 2017.
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This summer festival brings together different forms of theatre, puppetry, music, dance, clowning, acrobatics, magic and more from all around the world, aimed at children and families.
Energetic and imaginative, this production by the Hong Kong Ballet is a fun, over-the-top re-imagination of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale, fusing dance, theater, and puppetry.
This widely-acclaimed play explores themes of loneliness, loss, helplessness and indifference through fourteen games of gin rummy, played by two septuagenarians who are stuck in a shabby nursing home.
Interactive, educational and fun, Hong Kong Ballet’s Le Carnaval des Animaux (Carnival of the Animals) is a charming entry point into the world of ballet.
After its successful debut in 2016, the stage adaptation of Gweilo, Martin Booth’s popular memoir about growing up as a Caucasian boy in 1950s Hong Kong, comes back to the stage for a rerun.