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
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
June 2018 to September 2018
Discover works of design, architecture, moving images, and visual art from, and about, Southeast Asia including Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, and Indonesia, at the In Search of Southeast Asia exhibition.
Wed - Sun
M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon
September 2018 to October 2018
Get ready for three weeks straight of stand-up comedy, improv, open mics, variety nights and more at the second annual Hong Kong International Laugh Festival. The line-up includes local comedians, newcomers, and award-winning acts from around the globe.
Sat - Mon
More than 2,000 artworks from around the world - original paintings, limited editions, sculptures, and photography - laid out in hotel rooms and bathrooms. Don't miss out on the chance to meet some of the most interesting artists.
Sat - Mon
Conrad Hong Kong, Admiralty
Hosted by King George V School, this two-day forum is designed for students aged 12-17, aimed to engage teenagers in different social issues and provide problem-solving skill training. Come and get inspired by world-leading experts.
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
King George V School, Ho Man Tin
Watch a 67-metre Fire Dragon wind through the streets of Tai Hang, like it did more than a century ago, with more than 300 performers, 70,000 incense sticks, and LOTS of firecrackers.
Sun - Tue
The Shakespeare’s Globe theatre company is returning to Hong Kong to perform three of the English playwright’s most popular plays: Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice, and The Taming of the Shrew.
Tue - Sun
A new musical based on the Middle Eastern folktales from the book One Thousand and One Nights. A cast of talented young performers aged eight to 16 will perform many classic tales including Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp, Sinbad the Sailor, and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.
Thu - Sat
The Fringe Underground, Central
A selection of free activities including dinghy sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and boat rides held alongside the 24-hour Charity Dinghy Race. There will also be a market carnival with face painting, food stalls, live entertainment and handmade crafts.
Fri - Sat
Hebe Haven Yacht Club, Sai Kung
A re-run of Gweilo is back by popular demand with the original cast. The play is based on the critically-acclaimed autobiography by Martin Booth about his childhood as a foreigner in Hong Kong.
Fri - Sun
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui
This outdoor moving images festival is truly unique, bringing film, animation, art and music all to one place. Featuring open-air screenings, film tents, a cinematic playground, an experience zone, and a pop-up market, the carnival will give you a taste of cinema from around the world.
Sat - Sun
September 2018 to November 2018
Contemporary art gallery David Zwirner will present an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Colombian artist Oscar Murillo. Murillo's work demonstrates the many ways in which ideas, languages, and everyday items are increasingly intermingled.
Wed - Sat
David Zwirner, 5-6/F, H Queen's, Central
Grab your picnic blanket and enjoy six of the best-loved British films, including Love Actually, Kingsman: The Secret Service, and Billy Elliot, with the spectacular harbour-side setting of Tamar Park.
Tue - Sun
Tamar Park, Admiralty
Head to the seaside for a weekend of fun at the sixth annual Hong Kong Beach Festival, which features an international beach water polo tournament, a mermaid performance, sand sculptors, and Repulse Bay Triple, a series of three high-intensity interval swim races.
Sat 10:00 - Sun 18:00
Repulse Bay Beach
A fundraising event organised by China Education Association, Hong Kong University Students’ Union. Participants walk in groups of two to four and take turns to shoulder a pole tied to two sacks of food along an 8km hiking trail.
Lung Fu Shan Country Park