Hong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam

exclusive | Hong Kong arts venues may allow rehearsals by mid-month, but no live performances yet

  • After months of cancelled events, arts groups are eager to resume preparing for new shows
  • Officials say audiences could be back by next month, if Covid-19 situation keeps improving

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora TamHong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong Ballet dancers practise in a studio at the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Nora Tam
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