Words & Music: James Cuddeford leads on Ridout, Cage, Stockhausen and (world premiere) Chen Yeung-ping

October 18, 7pm

In the words of the Sinfonietta's first violin James Cuddeford: '“Mak Su-yin will provide the words, some semi-improvised, in these works involving narration. The texts range from the humorous, as in Alan Ridout’s charming 'Ferdinand the Bull', to the autobiographical depictions of the star signs in Stockhausen’s magical ‘Zodiac’.”

Programme includes Ridout (Ferdinand the Bull), Cage (Six Melodies for Violin and Keyboard), Stockhausen (Selections from Tierkreis 'Zodiac') and Chen Yeung Ping (New Work for Violin, Double Bass & Narrator - a world premiere).

Ticekt price inlcudes one free drink


Off balance

September 28, 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.


Hungarian Connection: James Cuddeford leads on Bartok, Ligeti, Kurtag and Haydn

September 27, 7pm

In the words of the Sinfonietta's first violin James Cuddeford: '“Hungary provides the focus for this concert, with string music from some of its greatest composers. Included are some of Kurtág’s highly expressive and intensely personal miniatures – a small tribute to my teacher in his 90th birthday year.”

Programme includes Bartok (selections from 44 Duos for Two Violins), Ligeti (Balland and Dance for Two Violins, Hommage a Hilding Rosenberg for Violin & Cello), Kurtag (Selections from Signs, Games and Messages for String Trio) and Hayden (String Quartet Op 33 No 3 in C 'Bird').

Ticekt price inlcudes one free drink


Stand Up HK

September 24, 7:30pm

This is the ONLY stand-up comedy organization with both English & Cantonese shows in HK. 
A platform where local comedians interact with the public.#

English show at 7.30pm (Canto show at 8.30pm).



September 7-10, 7:30pm
By Rob McBride

Set in a North Korean textile factory, Vinalon explores its workers' preparation for a visit by the 'Dear Successor', complicated by the advent of a young woman from the countryside with a questionable past...

Based on the real-life industry that produces the homegrown 'miracle fabric' of synthetic vinalon, this two act six-hander brings up the curtain on life and love in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as imagined by playwright Rob McBride.


Beyond Good Music re Kindle

August 22 & 23, 7pm
By Anna Lo

Composer/performer Anna Lo brings her original compositions from Theatre Ronin’s stage play Sentimental K (2015, adapted from Chan Koon-chung’s Hong Kong Trilogy) to the music stage. Giving this set of original songs a second life, she will perform these compositions on stage for the very first time. Come immerse yourselves in this atmospheric reminiscence of Hong Kong’s decades past, as distilled through Chan’s Trilogy, Theatre Ronin’s Sentimental K, and finally composer Anna’s musical compositions.

Price of ticket includes one drink.


Milk and Honey - Songs of Sacred and Profane

August 17-20, 7:30pm August 20: 3pm

Milk and Honey is a 'song theatre' piece, telling stories of migration for a better future through myths, religious accounts, modern references and traditional folk songs from around the world - a collaborative creation by award winning artists Rooftop Productions (Hong Kong Theatre Libre Outstanding Effect Winner) & Billy Sy (Hong Kong Drama Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role).


The King of Fotan

June 2-4, 7:30pm
By Neil Harris

Will wants to close on this Fo Tan tenement deal of the decade, like, you know, will-fully...  but just how much will he in fact compromise to get it?

Family ties meet romance and lies in this new (world premiere) Hong Kong comedy of bad manners and crisis-hit property from the Not So Louds.


Moments Musicaux with Western District!

May 27, 9pm

Join Western District in a stroll down the Seine as we travel from café to concert hall. Come hear French chansons alongside works by the classical masters, from Edith Piaf to Erik Satie.

Joyce Wah-Sheung Wong, soprano
Aniela Emma Chaudhuri, violin
Monica Johnston, violin/viola
Sophia Yan, piano


John & Jen

April 21-23, 7:30pm

Don’t miss the Asian première of John & Jen, a two-person chamber musical that takes an intimate look at the complexities of a family’s ever-growing, evolving relationships. This is the story of Jen and her relationships with the two Johns in her life: her younger brother, and his namesake, her son, who is growing up in a confusing world. The musical follows John and Jen from childhood to adolescence and beyond. Western District’s production will feature Nathan Koval as John and Sarah Martin as Jen, along with the full, original orchestration for piano, cello and percussion, performed by Western District Music Ensemble.


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