L'Amour Immortel

Category: Theatre/Dance

Genre: Dance

Hong Kong Dance Company

Hong Kong Cultural Centre - Grand Theatre

Date and Time:
9-11 June 2017 (Fri – Sun) 7:45pm 10-11 June 2017 (Sat – Sun) 3:00pm

Ticket Price:
Fri & Sat Evenings $330, $260, $200, $140 Matinees & Sun Evening $300, $240, $180, $120 Ticket available now at URBTIX 50% off - Full-time students, people with disabilities and the minder, senior citizens aged 60 or above and CSSA recipients


Nearest MTR Station:
Tsim Sha Tsui

Ticketing By: Urbtix

Age Limitation: 6

Hong Kong Dance Company (HKDC) is back not only with its award-winning dance drama, but its very first site-specific performance at the heritage hotel, Hullett House, and historical and cultural landmark, 1881 Heritage, on May 13 (Saturday). The Company will liven up the heritage site with a touch of poetry that defines its popular dance pieces. With the bustling Tsim Sha Tsui as its backdrop, the star-crossed lovers in L’Amour Immortel will come to life, dancing to the reminiscent melody of the theme song from the classic movie A Chinese Ghost Story. Commencing at the Grand Piazza and the upper terrace of 1881 Heritage, the dancers will waltz their way up to the Parlour at Hullett House, along with the corridor of St. George fine dining restaurant and the tranquil Loong Toh Yuen courtyard. After the exciting performance, the audience will have the opportunity to get up close with HKDC dancers, followed by an exclusive dinner buffet hosted by Hullett House. This performance lifts the curtain on the Company’s collaboration with Hong Kong’s oldest heritage sites, Hullet House and 1881 Heritage, and sets the mood for an eventful Mother’s Day!


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. The rerun of L’Amour Immortel will be shown at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre from 9 to 11 June 2017. It follows the story of a bewitching ghost and good-natured scholar, and their fight against the evil forces to save their love. Gripping and poignant, this new interpretation in dance is sure to thrill audiences by celebrating the beauty of humanity.