7 Things To Do Instead of Sevens


If rugby isn't your thing, here's seven events for you to attend outside of the Sevens this weekend.


City Impressions

A world-premiere musical that explores the sights and sounds of Hong Kong with a stunning multimedia performance combining live music, photography, and urban ambient noise, creating a soundscape that captures the multi-sensory experience of this city. The performance will feature new music for clarinet, viola and piano trio by Joyce Tang Wai-Chung. It's inspired by a series of photos by David Clarke. 


April 8th at 8pm, Hong Kong Arts Center, Wanchai


Heavy #12

The Underground storms back with a vengeance to kickoff its residency at Orange Peel with Heavy #12. The night sees Jatbunsing, kicking off with their Canto nu-metal, followed by LA hard rockers, NastyDudes. Third up are Scream For Silence whose post-hardcore screamo calls out to you to become conscious. Fourth and last band is Black Night Red Sky whose melodic metal will have you headbanging through the night.


April 7th, 8-11:30pm, Orange Peel, LKF


Freespace Happening

A monthly free outdoor concert and performance art concert that happens at the West Kowloon Cultural District. Each Freespace Happening features music, handicraft market, street performances and a selection of special attractions.


April 10, 12-6pm, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon


The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Shax Theatre Group put together Two Gentlemen of Verona. Perhaps Shakespeare’s earliest work, centers on the two friends Valentine and Proteus who compete for the love of Silvia. Their adaptation brings this classic love triangle to the rock-n-roll 1950’s, complete with a live band, song and dance!


April 6-8, 7pm, Theatre 303, Chong Yuet Ming Amenities Center, The University of Hong Kong


The Ada Project

The Ada Project by British sculptor Conrad Shawcross draws inspiration from robotics while also featuring four commissioned musical compositions. Shawcross’ idea for the artwork stemmed from the legacy of Victorian mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely considered the world’s earliest computer programmer. The composers then wrote their pieces as a response to the rhythm of the robot’s choreography, as programmed by Shawcross.


March 22-April 10, All Day, Lobby of the Peninsula, TST



Original zine based artwork.

1 A zine created through the collaboration of locally based innovative illustrators.

2 A narrative quoted from the elements of renowned stories.

3 A varied interpretation with an unknown path.

4 A platform to encourage collaboration.

5 A link between different illustrative styles.


March 19- April 8, 12:30-8pm, PMQ, Soho


90's Jungle Vinyl Set

Highly inspired by the rise of the UK underground rave culture, ISHIO DAI started DJing and producing in the 90s, moving to London to learn more about the craft. He started the Tokyo and Osaka crew, “Zettai-Mu” and “Drum&Bass Sessions” to push forward Jungle DnB music, which at the time was still very fresh and unknown to Japan. Today he is one of the leading junglists in Japan. 


April 9, 11pm-4:30am, Social Room, 3/F, Won Hing Building, 74-78 Stanley st., Central


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