Events

September 2017 to January 2018

Sep
07
Exhibitions
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Thu - Wed
Hong Kong Coastal Defence Museum

September 2017 to December 2017

Sep
30
Exhibitions
A tribute to China' s famous "mulberry silk". Follow the evolution of Chinese fashion and silk culture with this collaboration by the Hong Kong Design Institute and the China National Silk Museum, the world's largest silk museum.
Sat
Experience Centre, Hong Kong Design Institute

November 2017 to July 2018

Nov
16
Exhibitions
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

November 2017 to December 2017

Nov
17
Exhibitions
This exhibition, which celebrates the imaginative world created by the Belgian illustrator Hergé, showcases eight albums from the renowned The Adventures of Tintin series.
Fri - Tue
ArtisTree
Nov
25
Performing Arts
If you're just looking for some good music at the weekend, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is the place to be.
Sat 15:00
Academy Recital Hall, HKAPA

November 2017 to March 2018

Nov
18
Exhibitions
An exhibition organised exclusively for Hong Kong, this features video interviews of artists from Pixar Animation Studios, which give visitors a glimpse of how they came up with their story ideas. Also on display will be items for the films the artists have worked on, including sketches, paintings, storyboards and sculptures.
Sat - Mon
Hong Kong Heritage Museum

November 2017

Nov
19
Exhibitions
Visit the deck, engine room, crew quarters and galley in the guided tour on board the Yam O tugboat, as part of Maritime Week.
Sun
Hong Kong Maritime Museum.
Nov
22
Sports
Badminton stars from around the world gather to raise a racket at the championships. Expect rapid-fire returns from the likes of men's number one, Viktor Axelson, and women's number one, Tai Tzuying, as well as badminton bad boy Lin Dan, and local hero Angus Ng.
Wed - Sun
Hong Kong Coliseum
Nov
22
Music/gigs
This festival celebrates the musical meeting of Europe and Hong Kong, with a special focus on Italy's music legacy. The opening concert, Out of Austria, features the prize-winning Mantua Chamber Orchestra from Italy. Another highlight is Marco Polo Goes to Carnival, an original children's concert which brings the colourful masques of the...
Wed - Sun
Various locations
Nov
23
Events
This festival will #LightupHK and give you a chance to experience the city's heritage and architecture. At night, landmark sites and buildings in Soho, Central and Tsim Sha Tsui will become hosts to light installations, video projections, and art pieces by renowned local and international light artists.
Thu - Sat
Nov
25
Events
No need to spend hours wandering aimlessly around shopping malls looking for the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones. This market offers uniquely designed products and also workshops that allow you to customise your gifts to give them a special personal touch.
Sat - Sun
The Annex, 2/F, Nan Fung Place

December 2017

Dec
01
Sports
The exciting MMA competition will see rising local combat stars alongside leading fighters from Brazil, Korea, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Fri 19:00 - 23:00
Wan Chai Southorn Stadium
Dec
09
Performing Arts
A ballet classic brought by the Hong Kong Youth Ballet Academy. Starring as Princess Aurora is the academy's 15-year-old star, Christiana de Blank, who has just become Hong Kong's first female semi-finalist in Prix de Lausanne, an international competition for young dancers seeking to pursue a professional career in classical ballet.
Sat - Sun
Y Theatre, Youth Square
Dec
15
Performing Arts
The world's most popular festive ballet returns in time for Christmas. Join Clara, Fritz and the Nutcracker on a magical adventure as they battle the evil Rat King.
Fri - Tue
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Dec
16
Performing Arts
It all starts on Christmas Eve, but song and dance transport Scrooge - the protagonist in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol - from the past through the present to the future. Join Hong Kong Repertory Theatre for some good, warm holiday cheer.
Sat - Tue
Lyric Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Dec
19
Performing Arts
Celebrate Christmas in a distinctly non-Christmas way. In the form of a cabaret, some of Hong Kong's most prominent musical theatre actors have gathered for this new show, which is guaranteed to be a unique and humorous performance.
Tue - Sat
Fringe Dairy
Dec
31
Sports
This four-hour relay run invites enthusiasts to run in teams of four to eight on New Year's Eve. All that exercise is for a good cause - runners will be raising money for the Elite Athlete Charitable Trust, which distributes funds to support elite athletes in training and competition.
Sun 09:00 - 13:00
Hong Kong Sports Institute

December 2017 to January 2018

Dec
09
Film
The grand master of Japanese manga and animation Osamu Tezuka turns 90 next year. To pay tribute, screenings of his classics, including Astro Boy - First Love and Prince Sapphire, will be held. Extended talks will be held to further explore Tezuka's world of animation.
Sat - Sun
UA Cinemas across Hong Kong

December 2017 to February 2018

Dec
21
Performing Arts
Watch the impossible becomes possible in a heart-pounding thrill show for families, featuring over 25 experienced performers from around the world as part of the AIA Great European Carnival.
Thu - Sun
Central Harbourfront Event Space

January 2018

Jan
07
Performing Arts
Mixing dazzling music with drama, members of La Sax - a group of local saxophonists - will represent different animals and share a story about freedom in a new collaboration with two pianists, theatre director Freddy Wong and storyteller Uncle Hung.
Sun 15:00 - 17:00
Hong Kong City Hall, Concert Hall

February 2018 to March 2018

Feb
23
Performing Arts
You can now pre-book tickets (for up to 15 per cent off) for next year's annual celebration of theatre, dance and music. There will be performers from all around the world, from the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra to the National Grand Theatre of Great Britain, making this an unmissable event for arts lovers.
Fri - Sat
Various Venues