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Dev Patel in The Man Who Knew Infinity.

Hit list: 5 things to do this week in Hong Kong (June 24 - 30)

A rare chance to catch Swedish dreampoppers The Radio Dept live, Dev Patel back on the big screen and Cuban ballet star dancing in Hong Kong for the last time: ideas for the week ahead

SEE Dev Patel shine in The Man Who Knew Infinity – a thrilling biopic about a 20th-century maths genius, who enters Cambridge University on the eve of the first world war.

43-year-old ballet star Carlos Acosta has decided to call it a day.
CATCH ballet star Carlos Acosta for the last time when he performs in Hong Kong as part of his farewell world gala tour, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
The Radio Dept. Photo: Max Weiland.
HEAR Swedish dreampop band The Radio Dept play live when they stop by Hong Kong for one night at The Hangout in Sai Wan Ho, on the back of a festival appearance in Ulan Bator.
Teriyaki foie gras rice ball, parma ham wrapped Miyazaki mango, deep-fried white bait with yuba, deep-fried biwako ayu, ponzu soaked mitsuba and kinome at La Bombance.
SAVOUR a seasonal nine-course kaiseki menu at the newly opened La Bombance in Causeway Bay, where the menu changes monthly.
Laundry hangs out to dry outside the “Big Number Brothels” on Sampan Street (Spring Garden Lane, Wan Chai) in 1915.
PONDER the past at one of the traditional cha chaan teng at Spring Garden Lane, once home to high-class brothels catering to sailors and foreign servicemen.