The West Kowloon Cultural District is a place to create, produce, learn, perform and celebrate all forms of performing arts.

Freespace Happening (11-12.3.2017)

Freespace Happening wraps up the season with two days filled with everything you love
11-12.3.2017 | Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

Rising Stars of Cantonese Opera

Thank you for supporting Rising Stars of Cantonese Opera. See the stunning photo of the Rising Stars here
3 - 8.2.2017 | Auditorium, Ko Shan Theatre New Wing

Freespace Happening

Led by music, the brand new season of Freespace Happening returns this September with dance, markets, workshops and more

TPAM Talk – From Conversation to Co-production of Simon Says

The co-production of Simon Says by Unlock Dancing Plaza (Hong Kong) and the National Choreographic Center of Le Havre Normandy (France) is part of an on-going collaborative creation project facilitated by the West Kowloon Performing Arts Department that began in 2015
15.02.2017 | BankART Studio NYK 2F 2B Library

WE Dance - Welcomes Everyone to Dance

Every month from September 2016 to February 2017 WE Dance takes place at Freespace Happening, bringing exciting participatory dance experiences. Join us there for an afternoon of dance and movement – and enjoy the fresh smell of grass and the beautiful harbour front skyline at the same time!

Performing Arts Development

In anticipation of building and developing a range of venues dedicated to the performing arts, we have presented an active programme of performances, workshops, public forums, overseas research, and community engagement projects on site and around Hong Kong. Read the collaborative stories about us!

Performing Arts Internship Programme 2017-2018

Deadline for Intake is 7 Apr 2017. Don't miss out

New Works Forum: Choreographer & Composer Lab

To encourage collaboration between choreographers and composers, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) teamed up with Hong Kong Ballet for New Works Forum: Choreographer & Composer Lab that took place from 14 to 18 November

Big Dance Pledge 2016 (Hong Kong)

Browse the multimedia of the Big Dance Pledge 2016 (Hong Kong)

New Works Forum: Multimedia and Dance Dialogue - Su Wen-Chi & Wu Chi-Tsung

The use of multimedia in dance allows artists to push the boundaries of creativity and introduce audiences to a wider artistic vision. To take productive advantage of new developments, it is crucial for dancers, choreographers and media artists to understand the relationship between dance and new media

Freespace Happening (12.2.2017)

Browse the photo album of Freespace Happening (12.2.2017)

New Works Forum: Screendance

New Works Forum: Screendance is an on-going, evolving project that aims to nurture new creations in the art of screendance and provide an opportunity for artistic exchange

Online Video Magazine of International Workshop Festival

Take a look at the new online video magazine featuring videos of the public lectures, artist interviews and event highlights

Rising Stars of Cantonese Opera II

Browse the photo album of “Rising Stars of Cantonese Opera II”
12-17.8.2016 | Ko Shan Theatre New Wing

New Works Forum: Writing Choreographic Process

Watch this video which includes highlights of the five-day workshop and ‘body-in-progress’ showing, and interviews of Emmanuelle Vo-DinhStudio

Street Performance Scheme

Come and apply to perform in the West Kowloon Cultural District


DECADE is an interactive online project featuring 10 selected archive film clips each representing a decade in the life of Hong Kong, revitalised by new music composed by ten musicians. As well as enjoying the films you can also remix the content to make and share your own DECADE at

Xiqu Centre Xiqu Centre

Xiqu Centre

A world-class arts venue dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of xiqu. See the latest updates on the Construction Progress

Freespace DBOX_WKCDA_Freespace_Cultural Boulevard_no_trees (for publicity)


The platform for artists and audience to encounter, exchange ideas and explore the endless possibilities of performing arts without boundaries