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
October 2018 to January 2019
Calling all artists and writers! Hong Kong teens face many pressures, so the Native English Speaking Teachers' Association's want you to use your creative skills to tell others about them.
Fri - Thu
November 2018 to February 2019
The popular Sunday market, which focuses on supporting independent local businesses and start-ups, is back! There will be three themes during the market period: Coffee Festival in November, Snowy Christmas in December, and Healthy Eating in January and February.
Fri - Sun
Tong Chong Street Market
December 2018 to February 2019
Celebrate the holiday season at the fifth AIA Carnival, and enjoy all the new and returning attractions, games, and entertainment.
Fri - Sun
Central Harbourfront Event Space
December 2018 to December 2019
The Mills is a newly opened centre dedicated to the history of textiles, one of old Hong Kong's most important industries. The old cotton-spinning factory has been transformed into a hipster hub that is definitely worth the trek to see. Free tours will be available three times weekly, starting next week.
Fri - Sat
January 2019 to February 2019
Walk along the iconic Victoria harbour and see the incredible light-art pieces created by local and overseas artists. There are many fun interactive pieces you can try, and many photo ops for your next profile pic.
Tue - Sun
Tamar Park and Central Harbourfront
Visit the newly opened A2Z Art Gallery on Gough Street, in Central, and celebrate the Year of the Pig with Japanese artist Takashi Hara’s bold, imaginative exhibition. Pig Nation features sculptures and abstract paintings which explore individuality, imperfection, and society.
Sat - Sun
A2Z Art Gallery
Tap your feet to this tale of love and friendship, told through Abba's timeless hits at this returning smash-hit musical.
Wed - Sun
With more than 30 events over three days, and 50 creative and education partners from the UK and Hong Kong, Spark - a brand-new British Council of Festival of ideas, celebrates creativity, across the arts, sciences and education.
Fri - Sun
Join us at the annual joint-school Night Fair. There will be a wide selection of food, bargain stalls, games for young children, and conservation-themed stalls to visit, as well as live performances.
Fri 17:00 - 21:00
Sha Tin College and Sha Tin Junior School
Head down to the Mighty Oaks Green Charity Fair, a shopping fair that will feature green vendors from all over Hong Kong. Each dollar you spend will be matched by Mighty Oaks nursery and kindergarten, and donated to non-profit organisation Against Child Abuse Hong Kong.
Meet some of our city's elite athletes, and try out some of the sports such as rowing, cycling, rugby, squash and table tennis.
Sun 12:00 - 18:00
Hong Kong Sports Institute
A family-friendly charity road race, which includes four distances - 10km, 5km, 3km, and a family 1km race - as well as a 5km School Cup team race. The event will raise money for Diabetes Hongkong.
Watch the live theatrical production of Mahabharat - The Rise of Dharma, which is based on an Indian epic, brought to the stage by a talented group of young artists from New Zealand.
Tue 19:30 - 22:00
Step into the dazzling world of New York high society in the Roaring Twenties at Septime Webre's production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby, presented by HK Ballet.
Fri - Sun
Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Mud Race 2019 is an mud-themed obstacle run brought to you by Young Post that will bring your students an out-of-the-classroom, “down to earth” experience - literally. Set them loose on a mud-caked adventure as single competitors, in a team, or, for maximum amusement, join them in the run.
Sun 08:30 - 18:00
Tai Tong Ecopark, Yuen Long