July 2015 to July 2018
The exhibition, hosted by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum in Sha Tin, showcases more than 600 items of Bruce Lee memorabilia and looks at the Hong Kong-born kung fu legend’s influence in today’s popular culture.
Mon - Fri
Thematic Gallery 6, Hong Kong Heritage Museum
November 2017 to July 2018
Wan Chai is the cradle of Hong Kong's animation and comics (ani-com) industry and home of Hong Kong's first art community featuring ani-com - Comix Home Base. This autumn, Comixtream in the City - Wan Chai transforms the district's public spaces into exciting ani-com hubs. Seven local veteran and upcoming ani-com artists collaborate to...
Thu - Tue
December 2017 to November 2018
A weekly social run aims to connect with the community and environment through sustainable outdoor events such as road and trail running. The event is organised by The Green Race HK. Sign up if you enjoy nature and exercising. You’ll get great views of Central, Ocean Park and Happy Valley, and may even see some porcupines or cats along...
Black’s Link, meet at Hong kong Sports Centre, Central
December 2017 to May 2018
Two Hong Kong institutes have teamed up with the world-famous Red Dot Design Museum to launch this technology exhibition. With Red Dot Award-winning products on display, it explores their impact on society and allows visitors to look into the future.
Thu - Sun
March 2018 to August 2018
The show tells the true story of Henry Bates, the British explorer who embarked on an 11-year journey through the Amazon rainforest.
Thu - Fri
Hong Kong Space Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui
March 2018 to May 2018
This photo exhibition features work by National Geographic’s award-winning photographer and filmmaker Keith Ladzinski that shows both the beauty of our planet and its weaker, vulnerable side.
The Haven by Jacada Travel, Central
March 2018 to June 2018
Disney fans won’t want to miss Hong Kong Disneyland’s first Carnivale of Stars – a celebration of exciting new shows and entertainment at the park. Make friends with the park’s newest characters, T’Challa and Moana, and stick around to enjoy the new We Love Mickey projection show at night.
Thu - Wed
Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island
The exhibition showcases a collection of vibrant paintings by Vivian Capit, a Hongkonger who was born in Tarlac province, in the Philippines. Capit, who has not received any art education, has been painting for many years.
Thu - Wed
The Fringe Club, Central
April 2018 to June 2018
The multi-award-winning Cirque du Soleil brings to the city an all-new production which pays homage to their roots by combining thrilling, heart-stopping acrobatic performances and the art of clowning in the intimate setting of the signature blue-and-yellow Big Top.
Thu - Sun
Central Harbourfront Eventspace
April 2018 to March 2019
Are you a bookworm? Drop by the Fringe Club and pick up a free book, or donate a book that you love and scribble your thoughts inside for its new owner!
Mon - Fri
The Fringe Vault, Fringe Club
Hong Kong's own hidden Diagon Alley where Harry Potter fans can browse through and buy some cool Hogwarts items. You can even try on some robes and take a picture next to a very realistic-looking Hedwig.
Tue 12:00 - Thu 21:00
1/F, 19 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay
A solo exhibition by the Japanese artist Hiroshi Mori features his latest series of paintings that integrate Japanese manga and new technology. A must-see for those interested in contemporary art.
Thu - Sat
Art Experience Gallery, Tsuen Wan
Check out the Chai Wan Fire Station Exhibition by Hong Kong photographer Chan Dick which explores local firefighters' everyday life from a unique perspective.
Novalis Art Design Gallery, Wan Chai
Learn the basic concepts of mathematical modelling, and how it can be applied in the fields of Stem. Aimed at secondary students, this workshop, organised by International Mathematical Modeling Challenge (Zhonghua), comprises two sessions where participants will be divided into groups as they discover the power of maths.
Fri - Sat
Queen Elizabeth School, Mong Kok (for session 1) and Yan Chai Hospital Wong Wha San Secondary School, Tseung Kwan O (for session 2)
This exhibition showcases the latest in design and technology, with more than 150 pieces of award-winning technology products on display for people to examine. From fitness tracker rings to portable 3D scanners, the exhibit aims to explore how technology has added to modern society, and how can we use it in a smarter way.
HKDI Gallery, Tseung Kwan O
Check out the international volleyball competition held by Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB). We can’t wait to see the teams from Argentina, China, Japan and Italy play in Hong Kong.
Tue - Thu
Hong Kong Coliseum
May 2018 to June 2018
Catch the Alfred Hitchcock's thrilling The 39 Steps on stage this month. Inspired by the 1915 adventure novel of the same name, the story is about an everyday man who gets caught up in stopping an organisation of spies called The 39 Steps stealing British military secrets.
Thu - Sat
Fringe Underground, Central
June 2018 to August 2018
Got any plans for this summer? The Living Room is organising a series of camps between June and August where you can learn basic music theory and experience what it’s like to perform in a band.
Fri - Sat
The Living Room, Sai Kung