In line with the Government's latest announcement on measures to address the current public health emergency, the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (the Authority) announced that all live performances and programmes at the West Kowloon Cultural District (the District), including the Xiqu Centre and Freespace, will be rescheduled or cancelled from tomorrow (2 December 2020) to 15 December 2020.

Ticket holders should retain their tickets, and visit the District’s website www.westkowloon.hk for details of rescheduled performances or refund arrangements, which will be announced in due course. The ticketing hotline services (+852 2200 0022) are available and online ticketing is in service. The ticket office at the Xiqu Centre remains open, please visit the District’s website for service hours and more information.

In order to provide audiences with access to performances during the aforementioned period, some of the programmes, whenever feasible, will be presented digitally via the District’s website. Please visit the individual programme’s web page for more information.

Meanwhile, certain facilities at the Xiqu Centre and Freespace remain open for rehearsals. The Art Park also remains open to the public.

The Authority strongly appeals to visitors to the District to follow the latest preventive regulations announced by the Government. The Authority will comply with the Government’s latest measures, and will continue to review the situation and adjust the venue opening arrangements and programmes accordingly.

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About the West Kowloon Cultural District
The West Kowloon Cultural District is one of the largest and most ambitious cultural projects in the world. Its vision is to create a vibrant new cultural quarter for Hong Kong on forty hectares of reclaimed land located alongside Victoria Harbour. With a varied mix of theatres, performance spaces, and museums, the West Kowloon Cultural District will produce and host world-class exhibitions, performances and cultural events, providing twenty-three hectares of public open space, including a two-kilometre waterfront promenade.