A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun
A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun

From rope bondage to string quartets: arts festival focused on Hong Kong stage, dance and music talent at Tai Kwun centre

  • Dance performance ‘Under Line’ – a ‘physical narrative’ of taboos – is the most titillating programme in Tai Kwun’s six-week arts festival starting April 2
  • Immersive play ‘A Poem in Jail’ was inspired by a poem a women inmate carved into a bed at Victoria Prison, where Tai Kwun is now located

Topic |   Performing arts in Hong Kong
A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun
A promotion for “Under Line”, a dance performance by choreographer Rebecca Wong that forms part of Tai Kwun’s upcoming arts festival titled “Spotlight”. Photo: Tai Kwun
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