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Artist of The Month- November- Maude Sandham4-11-19

Our Artist of the Month is South-Africa born Maude Sandham, the lead actress of one-woman show Tracks.

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Artist of The Month- November- Kathy Mak26-11-18

It's that time of the year again where Hong Kong audience gets together for seriously loud stage heckling with the favourite line: "It's behind youuuuuuu!". That's right, everyone: as the festivity season approaches, we are getting ready for Panto. This year, the Hong Kong Players proudly present Snow White, and starring in the show is the lovely actress and singer Kathy Mak.

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Artist of The Month- November- Victoria Vargas9-11-17

Our artist of the month is Venezuelan-born Victoria Vargas. Victoria is a patient and caring ballet teacher and choreographer and has been around the world making ballet accessible to everyone. Her mission in life is to share her passion with those who love dancing as much as she does.

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Artist of the Month- November- Marek Steenkamp7-11-16

Marek Steenkamp is very excited this week. The show he is directing, The Last 5 Years, will be restaged this week at the Fringe Club after a successful run in May. The bubbly young and handsome director/performer tells us more about his show, his background and what doing theatre in Hong Kong really means for him.

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Art Openings Not to Miss: By Artalk8-11-15

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 Artalk to help us share their picks of upcoming art openings that you should take note of!

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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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Artist of the Month-November-Gaelle Gognau-Koerckel1-11-13

This month's AoM is Gaelle Gognau-Koerckel. Gaelle is an actress in the French and English theatre communities. It's nice to see someone bridging the gap between both. Bilingual performers are an important part of the Hong Kong acting landscape.

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