Adapted from the texts from the Analects—a compilation of Confucius’ teachings dating back almost 2,000 years—this critically acclaimed new play takes the audience back in time.
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Forty Years of Cherished Love brings to stage a heart-wrenching story about how love conquers in old China where family duties prevail over romance.
Tong Tik-sang’s Unconventional Love Story ‘The Butterfly and the Red Pear Blossoms’ Returns to Stage
The much-loved Cantonese opera, which was penned in the 1950s by legendary librettist Tong Tik-sang, returns to the stage with all its Chinese poetic expressiveness.
Bringing together a number of prizewinning dance pieces, Ode to the Silk Road is a visually spectacular journey of exquisite moves and exotic costumes.
A true story adapted for the stage, Touching the Void is about two men attempting a dangerous Andean mountain ascent climbing on the same rope when disaster strikes. For any chance of survival, one must cut the other free.
The 47th edition of the Hong Kong Arts Festival boasts a vibrant programme across genres, from contemporary theatre to jazz performances, and Cantonese opera to ballet.
The festival’s fourth edition brings four quality productions to the Hong Kong stage, from a razor-sharp modern mystery to a Guinness World Record-holding play.
Back by popular demand, Le Corsaire is a visually spectacular swashbuckling tale that follows the escapades of Conrad, a dashing pirate, who journeys across the dangerous seas to rescue Medora, a ravishing harem girl.
Local arts, culture and heritage organisations tell stimulating stories of the city’s history of epidemics and its social impact, tracing back from the 19th century plague to the SARS outbreak in 2003.