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
April 2019 to July 2019
An exhibition with 90 images of the iconic star to celebrate the 90th anniversary of her birth. Taken by renowned American photographer Bob Willoughby, highlights include photographs of the actress at home and from the making of My Fair Lady.
Fri - Sat
F11 Foto Museum
May 2019 to September 2019
An exhibition that traces back 2 million years and tells the story of human civilisation using 100 objects from British Museum in London.
Sat - Mon
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
July 2019 to October 2019
Have you thought of being a reporter this summer? Here is the opportunity.
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
The HKIDF is back for a third round of tournaments and a series of competitions between local players, including the Universities and Colleges Cup Dart Invitational Tournament. There will also be a Darts Experience Zone where visitors can learn how to play darts. Music artists will also be performing live throughout the festival.
Kowloon Bay International Exhibition Centre
The city's e-Sports and Music Festival will be held again this summer with another batch of professional gamers competing for glory. In addition to the international tournament, there will be an Experience Zone where guests can try out the latest games and products.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Enjoy live performances on a stage by professional ukulele and guitar players. It doesn't get more summery than this! You can even try your hand at playing the ukulele at the fest.
August 2019 to September 2019
Studio Ghibli fans will not want to miss this exhibition featuring the art and animation of popular Ghibli classics such as My Neighbour Totoro, Castle in the Sky, Spirited Away, and Porco Rosso. Selected scenes will be recreated with 3D sets and installations.
Sat - Tue
September 2019 to October 2019
Ticket sales have opened this week for the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Roald Dahl's Matilda. Experience the classic children's book in a whole new way, with a fun and witty score by Tim Minchin, a clever script by Dennis Kelly, and ingenious staging by director Matthew Warchus.
Fri - Sun
Students aged 14 or above are invited to form teams of up to three people for Mind Over Matter, an interschool quiz open to secondary school students from the mainland, Hong Kong, and Macau.