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Review - A Grand Night For Singing - HK Singers - Fringe18-6-17

A Grand Night for Singing, presented by The Hong Kong Singers, is a truly lovely walk down memory lane. It takes you back to a simpler time where love was innocent.

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Opens tonight: L'Amour Immortel- A story of untimely love and struggle.9-6-17

Love endures. In this world - or any other.

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Hong Kong Dance Company presents: L'Amour Immortel6-6-17

Another sneak peek from Hong Kong Dance- this time the artists involved in the show tell us more about it.

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Review - The Barber of Seville- Opera Hong Kong6-6-17

Gioacchino Rossini whipped off “The Barber of Seville” (“Il Barbiere di Siviglia”) in a couple of weeks. When asked about this, his contemporary Gaetano Donizetti quipped something about Rossini being lazy.

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Artist of the Month- June- Marc Ngan5-6-17

Marc Ngan, the highly energetic performer recently seen in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), is our Artist of the Month.

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Review - Why Not Kill Us All? - CCDC1-6-17

The concept of this piece is, as stated by Bruce Wong himself: "Fear and violence are inseparable. Violence does not solve anything but it is a release of fear...."

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Introducing L'Amour Immortel- Hong Kong Dance Company31-5-17

Winner of three Hong Kong Dance Awards 2016, including Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer, Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer and Outstanding Set Design for Dance, L’Amour Immortel is a captivating adaptation of Hong Kong film icon Tsui Hark’s A Chinese Ghost Story.

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Preview- Don't Stop Believin'!- The Performers Studio26-5-17

The Performers Studio are looking forward to their next big project, Don't Stop Believin'!, a brand new contemporary musical that will premiere in Hong Kong. Set in New York in the 1980s, the storyline focusses on a group of tough inner-city kids who use their local Community Center to escape from the streets, but their urban oasis is under attack.

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Promo video- L'Amour Immortel- Hong Kong Dance Company19-5-17

The futile love between man and ghost has long carried metamorphic connotations in Chinese literature. Women, in particular, were depicted as ingenious, headstrong and bold – contrary to the gentle, motherly yet oppressed figures in history. For some, the existence of these ghostly women became their silent cry against patriarchy, while others saw an outlet for their fantasy.

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Preview: Why Not Kill Us All....- CCDC19-5-17

City Contemporary Dance Company is presenting its latest work which will be staged next week at Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Why Not Kill Us All is Bruce Wong’s first full-length choreography.

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