PUBLISHED : Sunday, 28 June, 2009, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 28 June, 2009, 12:00am



City Contemporary Dance Company presents Very Dance!, a look behind the scenes of a performance and the energy and emotion involved.

When: July 3-5, various times

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Tickets: HK$80-HK$100 (HK$160-HK$200 for adults) from Urbtix


Ancient arts

Inner Mongolia Acrobatic Troupe of China presents the story of Genghis Khan through gymnastics, circus skills and music.

When: July 3-5, 7.30pm (3pm matinee on July 4 and 5)

Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Tickets: HK$60-HK$150 (HK$120-HK$300 for adults) from Urbtix


Do something

HK Science Museum is staging an exhibition about the global climate crisis and the importance of trying to reverse it.

When: until November 4; closed Thursdays

Where: HK Science Museum, TST East

Entry: HK$12.50 (HK$25 for adults); free on Wednesdays


Sea history

MV Doulos, the oldest active ocean-going passenger ship containing the world's largest floating book fair, has returned to Hong Kong.

When: until July 4

Where: Ocean Terminal

Entry: HK$10


A celestial being

Heavenly king Leon Lai Ming will perform his massive hits during his four-night concert series, Dream Wedding Leon Live Summer 09.

When: July 16-19, 8.15pm

Where: Hong Kong Coliseum

Tickets: HK$100-HK$480 from Urbtix on 2734 9009


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