Two weeks ahead

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 17 February, 2011, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 17 February, 2011, 12:00am
 

Today

Blue Valentine opens

HK Arts Festival begins

Steve Lawler at Fly

The Punchline Comedy Club opens at Duetto

What Women Want opens

Friday

De Waart's Mahler 6 begins at Cultural Centre

Eric Clapton at AsiaWorld-Arena,

Hobson's Choice opens at Cultural Centre

Know Your Classical Music: Schumann begins at City Hall

Power Plant begins at Kowloon Walled City Park

Saturday

Control at HK Arts Centre

Hip Hop Storm opens

Laurent Garnier at Volar

MastaMic - The New Hope Mixtape Release Party at Fringe Club

Mysterious Murder (Parts I and II) at Film Archive

Sunday

Aida at AMC Pacific Place

The Chopin Piano Concertos at AMC Festival Walk

The Eternal Love at Film Archive

Touching Art at HK Museum of Art (last call)

Monday

Taylor Swift (below) at AsiaWorld-Arena

Watching Soaps (I Can't Recall the Day that I Last Heard From You) at Osage Kwun Tong (last call)

Tuesday

Cecilia Bartoli (above) at Cultural Centre

Putting It Together begins at Fringe Club

Wednesday

Cash Money at dragon-i

February 24

Black Swan opens

Cecilia Bartoli at Cultural Centre (last call)

European Film Festival begins

The Threepenny Opera at Academy for Performing Arts

True Grit opens

February 25

De Waart conducts Zemlinsky's Lyric Symphony at Cultural Centre

Mahler on the Couch at Broadway Cinematheque

Wheel2Wheel Bon Voyage rock concert at Grappa's Cellar

Yolanda Be Cool at Hyde

February 26

Another Year at Broadway Cinematheque

Cameron Carpenter organ recital at Cultural Centre

Lee Coombs at Club Lotus Macau

Room 101 opens at Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre

Story of a Discharged Prisoner at Film Archive

February 27

A Touch of Zen at Film Archive

Mortal Coil at Osage Soho (last call)

The Best from the Archive Collection programme ends

Turandot at Broadway The One

February 28

Colourful Youth (right) at Cultural Centre

The Last Days of Emma Blank at Broadway Cinematheque

March 1

March 2

Centenary of China's 1911 Revolution opens at Museum of History

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