Book now for Art Central, Priscilla Chan, Margaret Cho and more
It’s time to get tickets for your first Art Month event, and for Korean American comedienne Cho, veteran Hong Kong singer Chan and a presentation of dances from the courts of ancient China
Margaret Cho - Psycho
It’s hard to imagine the entire continent of Asia has never hosted a Margaret Cho live show. That will change when the Korean-American takes the stage in Singapore and Hong Kong this March. Over the years, the unapologetically outspoken comic has amassed a large following, most notably with the disenfranchised folks for her willingness to speak on sensitive and taboo subjects from racism to police brutality to violence against women to the Asian experience. Essentially with Cho, no topic is off limits. And we all prefer her that way.
In English. March 9, 7.30pm, King George V School, 2 Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin, HK$480-HK$680 ticketflap.com. Inquiries: [email protected]
Dream of the Past: Ancient Chinese Court Dances
Hong Kong Dance Company partners with the Beijing Dance Academy in this re-creation of the most popular and exquisite court dances from China. Through archaeological archives the programme promises an authentic re-creation of the entire ritual, song and dance tradition of ancient court pieces from the third century BCE up to the Qing dynasty.
February 26, February 28, 7.45pm; February 27-28, 3pm, Kwai Tsing Theatre, 12 Hing Ning Road, Kwai Chung, HK$80-HK$300 Urbtix. Inquiries: 3103 1815
In 2015, its inaugural year, the fair attracted more than 30,000 people and generated quite a buzz during Hong Kong Arts Month. This year it’s expected to be even bigger, with a selection of works representing roughly 100 galleries from 20 countries, while maintaining a dedication to the Asian art scene.
March 21, 6pm-9pm (First Night), March 23-26, Central Harbourfront Event Space, Central, HK$230 (2-for-1 deal until March 22, midnight). Inquiries: 2174 0322
For more than three decades, the local music veteran has been one of the most popular Canto-pop singers of the last generation. With more than 30 records to her name, the one-time darling of the media tabloids will dig deep into her massive catalogue of hits for her three shows this spring.
March 4-6, 8.15pm, Hong Kong Coliseum, 9 Cheong Wan Road, Hung Hom, HK$280-HK$680 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2111 5999