Miss the perfect date night at a fairytale-themed ballet show? Or the impeccable acoustics of a live music show? Or dressing up for a matinée theatre performance? Breathe a sigh of relief as productions come back to Hong Kong, starting from this month. We’ve rounded up 14 tickets not to be missed, ranging from classical and jazz productions to an Orwell adaptation and a Canto-pop concert in a new West Kowloon park.
1. City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong
After its highly successful musical Bug Symphony, which won the Public Choice Award at the 2017 Young Audiences Music Awards, the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong has created a new orchestra-theatre production this year. Titled Wild (The Musical), it tells the story of two animal poachers who run into an orchestra formed by a group of animals in the jungle and attempt to capture the talented members for a lucrative Broadway show. Produced by Leanne Nicholls, the family show features a cast of 40 musicians, singers and dancers in animal costumes, and conveys the message about wildlife conservation.
From June 11 to 12. Auditorium, Sha Tin Town Hall, 1 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin.