Highlights

Tea House Theatre Experience

Presented by our Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, this 90-minute narrated performance is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre
9-31.7.2020|Tea House, Xiqu Centre

Lecture-recital: Everlasting Cantonese Music - East meets West in the 1930s and 1940s

Presented by renowned gaohu master Yu Qiwei – Head of Music at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts – this lecture-recital explores a lively form of Cantonese music that flourished in the early 20th century, and includes performances by the Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble
26.7.2020|Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre

Music in the Atrium

Presented in the Xiqu Centre Atrium, our free performances of Chinese music by a changing line-up of invited professional troupes showcase a range of styles and traditional instruments
27-28.6.2020|Atrium, Xiqu Centre

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
21.6-25.7.2020|Xiqu Centre

Paper Puppet Making Workshop: Lion Dance Head

Join our hands-on handicraft workshop and create your own paper puppet lion dance head and learn more about this unique cultural tradition
18.7.2020|Studio, Xiqu Centre

Musical Theatre Appreciation Series

In this series of three talks, award-winning composer and music director Cynthia Wong Chi-wing offers a short history of musical theatre, discusses iconic and upcoming UK and US productions, and looks at Hong Kong’s blossoming musical theatre scene
29.7-30.9.2020|Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

West Kowloon 101

West Kowloon 101 is a series of 90-minute public talks on arts appreciation, arts and cultural management and Chinese culture. Casual and informative, the talks offer a fundamental level of understanding to aid appreciation and enhance enjoyment of arts and cultural programmes. Register Now

Workshops at the Xiqu Centre

Our hands-on workshops are inspired by different elements of Chinese traditional theatre and regional cultural heritage, and offer interactive experiences for children, families and art lovers of all ages and abilities
Studio and Atrium, Xiqu Centre