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Review- Invisible Cities- Zuni Icosahedron7-11-15

Can you hear? Can you hear me? Can you hear yourself? I want to communicate with you. The people of Hong Kong want to communicate with you…

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The Underground Picks for November!7-11-15

HKELD is going to start covering Hong Kong's awesome live music and visual art scenes starting this month. We're all too happy to partnering with The Underground to help us share their picks of upcoming shows that you should take note of!

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Embrace Failure to Win!5-11-15

I failed a lot as a kid. I tried out for shows, for teams, for leadership positions and failed miserably, even spectacularly at times. And you know what? I learned a lot from those failures...

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Halloween for a Cause31-10-15

Still looking for something fun to do tonight? Want your Halloween antics to go for a better cause? Here's some fun events happening in Hong Kong.

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Live with Lizzy!- Synth + Vox29-10-15

Synth + Vox was a night of alternative electronic music at the Hidden Agenda. Definitely a taste of local experimental underground music, the variety of artists showcased different strands of the loosely defined genre.

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5 Great Easy Costumes for Kids24-10-15

I took a lot of costuming classes in University. I loved sewing and learning how to transform the human body into different things. It probably stems back to the fact that I wasn't allowed to go trick or treating as a kid. It was, after all, the "Devil's holiday". But I loved all things about Halloween. It had all my favorite things in it: costumes, makeup, shiny things, candy, theatricality. The minute I turned 18 and went to University I made my first home-made Halloween costume and went trick or treating with my college roommate, Evelyn. I made out like a bandit too because all the grownups felt bad for me that I had never been allowed to trick or treat as a kid. I went as an autumnal fairy but everyone thought I was a bush. How disappointing! I have since become the master of finding cheap, easy to make costumes for little kids. Doing theatre on a budget is my speciality. Here are 5 cute easy "no sew" ideas that don't cost a lot of money and are sure to fill those kids buckets up with lots of treats! Cardboard boxes and hot glue are your friend...

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Where to Buy Costumes?23-10-15

Halloween is coming soon and you might be in a desperate panic due to procrastination. Where to buy a costume in this town? No need to fear, HKELD is here! We're going to give 5 places that are sure to have something for you. Warning- you're in the 3 day period where haggling is not really possible in the markets due to crowds and demands. If you want to haggle over prices- buy your costume earlier next time.

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Haunted Houses Are Theatre That Make Scary Profits21-10-15

In the past three decades, haunted houses have become a booming industry that generates hundreds of millions of dollars and includes family-friendly theme parks, huge high-tech productions with sci-fi features and evangelical Christian hell houses.

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Live with Lizzy!- Bamboo Star Album Release19-10-15

Friday night at The Orange Peel featured the return of Bamboo Star from their Canadian tour promoting their new EP Broken Hearts and Bleeding Parts. Bamboo Star was founded in 2012 by lead vocals Wolf and lead guitarist Terence with the current band having been playing together for a good year. I had a chance to have a little chat with Wolf before they went on who described their music as taking inspiration for 70s and 80s rock and distilling it with a 2015 edge.

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Preview- Dracula- Performance Exchange17-10-15

Performance Exchange is a London based touring company formed in 1980 as part of the first London International Festival of Theatre. The company is a pool of actors, directors, writers, designers and technicians from which productions are planned and mounted.

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