Highlights

Gao Bowen performs Blossoms by the Shanghai Pingtan Troupe

This four-part adaptation of an award-winning novel brings to life an intricate tale and showcases the unique charm of the narrative Pingtan tradition. Each part is performed on consecutive evenings, with two complete four-night runs over the programme period
23.5-2.6.2019 | Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre

Standard Chartered Tea House Theatre Experience (From now to 31 March)

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

GuoGuang Opera Company “Dowager Xiao-Zhuang and Dorgon”

Based on Qing dynasty folklore, GuoGuang Opera Company’s royal tragedy explores the depths of the human condition and reflects the new aesthetics of Peking opera in Taiwan

Tea House Theatre Experience (3-21 April)

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

Xiqu Film Screenings

Accompanying our Grand Opening performance The Reincarnation of Red Plum – an acclaimed production by Hong Kong’s legendary stars Yam Kim-fai and Pak Suet-sin – this screening series presents three comic Cantonese opera films showing the magical Yam-Pak chemistry on screen

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

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

The D. H. Chen Foundation – West Kowloon Tea House Student Matinees

Specially devised for Secondary one to four students, The D. H. Chen Foundation – West Kowloon Tea House Student Matinees offer a fun and interactive way to learn about xiqu and Chinese culture