Must See Performances This Winter

Finally, the most wonderful time of the year is about to arrive and so is the beautiful winter breeze.

But just like any celebration, it won't be complete without a little bit of entertainment. That is why we've prepared a few performances, celebrations of dances and art in the theatre for this season.

Maybe Tomorrow


Local choreographer, Chloe Wong's latest contemporary creation which is inspired by the Myth of Sisyphus.

Exploring the human body in motion as she puts dance, music, and environmental space and prop motifs all together.

Catch Chloe along with six other devising dancers of different backgrounds as they bring along the six “silver rocks” around Hong Kong.

Catch them on these specific dates and locations beginning November 23-June 1, 2019:

Liu Sanjie

The Hong Kong Dance Company is at it again! Here comes another uplifting inspiration in folk dance and music perhaps most women could relate to.

Inspired by a woman’s courage in following her will, pursuing her own romance and happiness as she longs for freedom and true love.

Don't miss this masterful vision of National First Class choreographer, Ding Wei, creating his own version of this Chinese folklore.  

Catch it this November 30-December 2 at the Hong Kong Cultural Grand Theatre.

The Rite of Spring

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Time travelling to ancient times with Zuni Icosahedron: Dick Wong Dance+Theater as we watch an learn about ourselves in this performance.

A full 60-minute performance in Cantonese at the Studio Theater of the  Hong Kong Cultural Centre this December 1 from 8-9pm.

HK (Asia) Dance Festival 2018


A dance festival which includes Ballet, Jazz, and Contemporary Dance presented in solos, duos, and groups who are the winners of the HK (Asia) Solo and Choreography Dance Competition.

To be held at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium Arena in the 2nd of December.

Come Across

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Another collaboration of City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) for this Winter season.

Together with Korea’s “Choreographer of the 2017”, Kim Jae-duk and our very own award-winning dancer-choreographer, Noel Pang as they showcase about culture, gender, and nationality.

Come Across this exciting face-off of two amazing choreographers on December 7-8 at the CCDC Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theater.

The Nutcracker


Yes, your favourite Christmas Ballet is back! Setting you in a perfect mood of not only gift giving, but a dreamy Christmas of Snowflakes, wonderland, candy canes, and of course, the Nutcracker.

Catch the Hong Kong Ballet this December 14-26 at the Grand Theater of the Hong Kong Cultural Center with live music by Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

‘Cheers!’ Series: ‘What the Moon Saw’


2 Faced Dance Company from United Kingdom, is all set to entertain us with a wee performance of dance, circus and children theater inspired by Hans Christian Andersen.

A perfect holiday treat for the whole family. Save the dates on December 14-16 at the Hong Kong City Hall Theater.

Kangaroo Cup Dance Competition 2018


Creating their own dance on classical ballet, demi-character, lyrical/contemporary, modern jazz, and tap with an ensemble, troupe dance division by each participant.

On the 14-16 of December at the Youth Square, Y Theater.

Imagination Boom


On their fourth year of series, where six talented choreographers showcase and stand out with originality out on the experimental stage.

Watch them shine at the Cultural Activities Hall, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Center from December 15-16.

2019 Dancer's Homework


Celebrate the new year with creativity without rules as the CCDC dancers express their choreographic talent in “all kinds of surprising and frightening behaviours”

Don't miss the acclaimed “Dancer's Homework” as it returns this 2019 at the Black Box Theater, Kwai Tsing on January 18-20 2019.

Almost 55


Celebrate dance and the dancer with CCDC this coming 2019 as Taiwanese choreographer, Chou Shu-yi creates a new work drawing almost four decades of Qiao Yang’s life as a dancer--dancing through life.

Come celebrate with CCDC this January 25-27 2019 at the  Shouson Theater Hong Kong Arts Center.