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Aida

October 11-15, 7:30pm
By Verdi

Verdi's love story comes to Hong Kong with a star-studded international cast: for details click here.

Part of the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's handover.

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Electric Girl x The Autistic Genius (joint performance)

13-14 October at 7.45 pm; 15 October at 3pm.

A Cantonese musical with a new perspective and artistic elements that pay tribute to the golden age of Cantopop.

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Electric Girl x The Autistic Genius (joint performance)

13-14 October at 7.45 pm; 15 October at 3pm.

A Cantonese musical with a new perspective and artistic elements that pay tribute to the golden age of Cantopop.

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Pageant

10th October (Preview), HKD 180 11th – 14th October, HKD 250
By Bill Russell and Frank Kelly

This hilariously fun show takes its shots not by mocking the pageant from the outside, but by being one. Judges selected from the audience vote and determine the winner who, therefore, may be different at each performance. The six contestants (all played by men) compete for the title of Miss Glamouresse- Miss Deep South, Miss West Coast, Miss Great Plains, Miss Bible Belt, Miss Industrial Northeast, and Miss Texas. They compete in evening
gowns, talent, swimwear and spokesmodel skills. Plus the finalists answer actual calls from the Glamouresse Beauty Crisis Hotline.

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Priscilla, Queen of The Desert, The Musical

From 29 September, 2017 to 22 October, 2017 Tuesday to Friday:7.45pm Saturday: 2pm & 7.45pm Sunday: 1pm & 6pm
By S. Elliott and A. Scott

Acclaimed by the New York Post as “a feel-good show with a big joyous heart”, Priscilla Queen Of The Desert- The Musical  is the most fun you can have in the theatre. Debuting in Hong Kong on 29 September, its overwhelming popularity has already led to a season extension of 8 extra shows, with no further extension possible!

 

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The Awakening

14 October at 1pm through 7pm.
By Claire Lee

In celebration of the 2nd anniversary, CHARBON art space will present over 40 pieces of ink and bitumen drawings, photographs and the new collection of poetry by Hong Kong visual artist and poet Claire Lee.  The solo exhibition will run until 11 November 2017.

 

 

 

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