Stage Dedication and Open Days

Before the grand opening of the Xiqu Centre, join us for a range of free performances and events co-presented with the Chinese Artists Association of Hong Kong and featuring some of the city’s most talented Cantonese opera performers

The Reincarnation of Red Plum

For our Grand Opening, and the 60th anniversary of its premiere, we present legendary dramatist Tong Tik-sang’s The Reincarnation of Red Plum. Under the artistic direction of legendary veteran Pak Suet Sin, the production celebrates the living tradition of Cantonese opera, showcasing three generations of talented performers and offering a new perspective on an enduring classic

Cantonese Opera and Tea by the Tea House Rising Stars Troupe

Presented by our Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, this 90-minute narrated performance is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre. To recreate the atmosphere of Hong Kong’s early 20th century tea houses, audiences are also served traditional tea and dim sum during the show

Spring Festival Showcase by the Hong Kong Cantonese Opera Chamber of Commerce

This rich, month-long programme of new and traditional works by emerging and veteran artists offers a mixed programme of comedy, romance, martial arts and intrigue. Perfect festive season entertainment

China Theatre Association Plum Blossom Award Art Troupe

In this programme, twenty-seven award-winning artists and masters of eight different xiqu genres present four exciting performances highlighting the distinct features of the regional forms

Xiqu Centre Guided Tours

Supplemented with multimedia elements, this 60-minute guided tour helps you explore the Xiqu Centre facilities and discover fascinating facts about our new venue, and the culture and stories behind the art of xiqu

Exhibition: Constructing the Xiqu Centre

This exhibition of stunning photographs by photographer Ducky Tse documents the eight-year development process of the Xiqu Centre from initial design drafts to completed venue