The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang
The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Why dinner theatre needs reviving in Hong Kong – show times force us to eat too early or too late

  • The usual start time for performing arts events in Hong Kong is 7.30pm or 8pm – which is precisely when most people in the city have dinner
  • You might not be hungry at 6.30pm, but wait until the show is over and you’re probably hangry. Might performances begin earlier, or later?

The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang
The usual start time for evening concerts or performing art events in Hong Kong is at 7.30pm or 8pm – leaving little time before for people to eat and few options to choose from if eating after a show is over. Photo: Sam Tsang
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