What's On

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 20 April, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 20 April, 2004, 12:00am


Impro Madly is a theatre performance based on improvisations and audience participation. It will be performed by Champion Arts Association and Impro Melbourne of Australia. Members of the two theatre groups have wide experience on the stage and are famous for their acting and improvisation skills.

Without scripts or rehearsals, the two groups will perform Theatresports, an on-the-spot competition, in which teams take part in a 'slow-motion race' and 'emotional replay'. During the performance, the audience will be invited to become cheer leaders and judges to pick out the winner. They will even be challenged to get up and perform.

The show is in English, with a sprinkling of Cantonese adding to its appeal. It will be staged from today until Saturday at 8pm at Fringe Theatre. Tickets, at $95 (adults) and $75 (Fringe Club members), are available at HK Ticketing on 3128 8288.


In their new production No Exit, students of Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong will lead the audience into the netherworld.

The play is based on the book by French existentialist Jean Paul Sartre, which humorously and poignantly challenges the conventional preconceptions of hell.

Performed in English, the play will be staged today at 8pm at Fringe Club. Tickets at $100 (adults), $80 (Fringe Club members) and $45 (students) are available from HK Ticketing.

Enquiries on 2521 7251.