June 2017 to October 2017
Hall of Mental Cultivation (Yangxin Dian) was the political centre of the Qing dynasty where many Qing emperors lived. As the hall - one of the most visited places in The Palace Museum in Beijing - is closed for renovation, some 200 artefacts previously housed there have been brought to Hong Kong to showcase their political, historical...
Thu - Sun
1/F Thematic Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Heritage Museum
September 2017 to January 2018
We may not think about how news gets from the source to our newspapers or phones, but journalists regularly risk their lives to report from war zones or areas affected by natural disasters.
Thu - Wed
Hong Kong Coastal Defence Museum
September 2017 to November 2017
The Hong Kong Model United Nations (HKMUN) is looking for secondary school students to be part of the Press Corps next March - which is a team of journalists, videographers, graphic designers and photographers that will report on HKMUN 2018.
Thu - Wed
Amnesty International HK holds this event every year, and there will be free and paid screenings of award-winning movies from around the world.
Thu - Sat
September 2017 to October 2017
A photo exhibition showing the day-to-day life of 50 adopted cats. It is hoped that people will be encouraged to adopt pets instead of buying.
Thu - Tue
Marking the 35th anniversary of Steven Spielberg's classic movie, the music from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial will be brought to life in a concert by HK Phil.
Fri - Sun
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain will make its debut in Hong Kong in 2018 with the brand new dystopian work Flood and they're now seeking young talent aged between 14 and 25 for rehearsals and performances.
Unit 303,3/F, Oxford House, Taikoo Place
September 2017 to December 2017
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.
Experience Centre, Hong Kong Design Institute
The Sound of Love fundraising concert features Justin Anantawan, who suffered from a language disability growing up, while To World with Hope features violinist Adrian Anatawan, who was born without his right hand. Proceeds will go to MYO's Music Angel Programme, to help set up the first-ever orchestra for local autistic and disabled...
Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Get your deerstalker cap on - the play's afoot! Arthur Conan Doyle's classic The Hound of the Baskervilles is transformed into a murderously funny adventure, and Sherlock Holmes is on the case with Watson.
Wed - Sat
The English Schools Foundation's first territory-wide running event. Race categories include 1km to 10km runs and a 1km family walk. There will also be a community carnival with performances, game booths and fun-filled workshops.
races: Lung Wo Road, Central; carnival: Edinburgh Place, Central