Still Minds

November 24, 8:30pm

Celebrate the completion of the very first EP by local group Still Minds performing their original material live, with special opening guests The Three Hares and Helter Skelter.

Ticket price includes one drink and limited edition CD.


Femme Fatale

November 18, 9.30pm
By Aniela Emma Chaudhuri, Monica Johnston, Elizabeth Riley, Sophia Yan.

Fanny Mendelsohn! Nannerl Mozart! Sound... sort of familiar? Western District, a Hong Kong-based experimental classical music ensemble, presents on Friday, November 19, a special concert of all-female composers who never quite got to be in the limelight! (Fanny was married to Felix, and Nannerl was Wolfie's big sister.) 


Amazing Guitars 2016

November 17 & December 16, 9:30pm November 22, 8:30pm

A guitar concert series to introduce different types of guitar music to music lovers:

November 17: Carl Marin Trio - flamenco & tzigane

November 22: MIM Group - surf guitar

December 16: Az Samad - fingerstyle

Ticket price includes one free drink


A Language Of Their Own

November 16-19, 7.30pm, plus Sat matinee on Nov 19 at 3pm

This drama about sex, abandonment and the cross-cultural challenges of being gay and Chinese in Western culture claims to be one of the most powerful English-language dramas ever written about the gay Asian experience.


Retro Groovers

November 16 2016 & March 29 2017, 9:30pm

12 piece fusion, jazz funk, R&B, Latin 80s disco (and more) band, taking you back to the days when bands had horns and dancers disco'd...

Ticket price includes one drink.


Inventions Around Bach: James Cuddeford with Jeremy Williams

November 15, 7pm

In the words of the Sinfonietta's first violin James Cuddeford: '“I am delighted that Jeremy Williams will join us on viola for an evening of works inspired by Bach. Transcriptions of Bach’s works – from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries – are complemented by works of three fascinating Japanese composers.”

Programme includes Bach/Mozart (Six Preludes and Fugues for String Trio), Bach/David (Selections from Two-Part Inventions for Violin & Viola), Hosokawa (Elegy for Solo Violin), Takemitsu (Itinerant for Solo Flute) and Bach/Nodaira (Chaconne for Four Violas).

Ticekt price includes one free drink


Body Code

December 15-17, 7:45pm, plus Sat matinee on 17 December at 3pm

8 emerging dance artists from Hong Kong, Taipei and Macau deliveri a solo dance showcase, questioning the colonial history of these three cities to explore their own bodies in response.


The Last 5 Years

Nov 10th-12th, 7:30pm
By Jason Robert Brown

The Last Five Years, a musical by Jason Robert Brown, explores the five-year relationship between Jamie Wellerstein, a rising novelist, and Cathy Hiatt, a struggling actress. Cathy’s story is told in reverse chronological order, beginning the show at the end of the couple’s marriage, and Jamie’s is told in chronological order, starting just after the couple first meet. The show premièred in Chicago in 2001, and has been produced Off-Broadway regularly since 2002.


Bad Habits

October 26, 8pm
By Various

True stories told before a live audience. 

Each Hong Kong Stories live show presents six to nine stories told in the first person. Some are funny, some are sad, but they are all true. It’s a combination of good entertainment and human connection.


Dinner With Beckett

October 22, 8pm

Dinner With Beckett, an homage to the Nobel Prize winning Irish writer who turned the theatre world on its head with his play Waiting For Godot in 1953. The King of Absurdist drama is celebrated in this unique and intriguing performance complete with laughs and a few pauses. Presented by Performance Exchange (Daniel Foley).

This marks Daniel Foley’s 35th visit to the Hong Kong Fringe Club.


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