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    JunGo!
    La Sax

    Riding on the resounding success of the last production Saxo Carnival of the Animals, La Sax teams up with acclaimed Hong Kong musician and children entertainer Harry Wong to take you on a spectacular music journey, with mesmerizing melodies and toe-tapping fun. Get ready for a jolly good time at this Saxophony party!

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    Contempo Lion Dance
    Daniel Yeung

    A roaring lion is flying over the Haw Par Mansion*! Joining hands again to inject new life into the traditional art of lion dance, veteran local dancer Daniel Yeung and Kwok’s Lion Kung-Fu & Dragon Lion Dance Team combine contemporary dance, nanyin,  Parkour and Silence Disco to re-choreograph their signature multimedia performance Contempo Lion Dance,…

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    So Low
    Lai Tak-wai

    Awarded Outstanding Choreography in the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards, So Low depicts how a man struggles within the seemingly inescapable time-space trajectory.

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    Thunderstorm
    Tang Shu-wing x Xing Liang x Mui Cheuk-yin

    COMING SOON

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    Dunhuang Reflections
    Hong Kong Dance Federation

    COMING SOON

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    L’Orphelin
    Théâtre de la Feuille

    Without stage settings nor historical costumes, the show retells the legend in sinuous, metaphorical body movements. A powerful piece not to be missed!

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    The Big Happy Dying
    Class 7A Drama Group

    A Genuinely Fun and Thought-provoking Play

  • The Happy Poor Guys

    “Let go of the conflicts we have with each other, and go chase after our dreams…” The beautiful herculean voice on the radio harks back to an era that is so familiar yet strangely distant from us. Those were the days when people would work hard in streets and alleys, making the most of their…

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    Borrowed Scenery
    André Chan x Jing Chin-yin Chong

    ‘Post-colonial does not imply the end of colonialism, but rather the concealment and complication of colonialism.’ —— Post-colonial Tongzhi, Chou Wah-shan Over the past two decades, the neo-colonisation machine disguised as neoliberalism, has given rise to the monopolisation of various public resources. The resulting uneven development causes the widespread strife within and amongst the community.…

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    ART WALK × THE MILLS Threading Through Time

    The Mills, formerly known as Nan Fung Cotton Mills, stood at the forefront of the local manufacturing industry from the 1960s to the 2000s, producing large quantities of yarn for the city and the rest of the world. After moving away from manufacturing, Nan Fung has since decided to preserve these meaningful buildings, breathing new…

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    Time to Talk: Interactive Dance Workshop
    Lai Tak-wai

    Choreographer Lai Tak-wai will discuss with participants about time and space, and share the inner stories and conflicts in his exploration of the relationship between time and man. Through the in-person interaction with the major props of So Low, and the lighting effects along with simple choreography, participants will be introduced to the language of…

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    Workshop of L’Orphelin
    Théâtre de la Feuille

    L’Orphelin, described as the Chinese Hamlet, is a luminous reinvention of an ancient legend. As with any classic, several versions exist. But is there a “true” version? Who makes this decision? In L’Orphelin, without settings, props and costumes, the performers tell their alternative versions of the classic story solely with their bodies, creating a rich…