Highlights

Tea House Theatre Experience

Presented by our Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, this narrated performance is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre
27.5-29.8.2021|Tea House, Xiqu Centre

Black Box Chinese Opera Festival 2021

This year’s festival includes of experimental Cantonese opera, Kunqu, Yueju and Gaojia opera productions, showcasing their breakthroughs in artistic and stage innovation and giving audiences a glimpse of the diversity and vitality of Chinese opera
7.10-13.11.2021|Xiqu Centre

GuoGuang Opera Company: The Dream of an Embroidered Robe

Kunqu and traditional Japanese music come together in a ground-breaking new production incorporating dance, shamisen, contemporary and traditional music and puppetry into kunqu
5-6.11.2021|Grand Theatre, Xiqu Centre

Rare Classics: Shanxi Opera Excerpts

A selection of ancient genres rarely seen in Hong Kong showcasing the art of bangzi, an influential xiqu genre from Shanxi known for its lively singing style and use of rhythmic wooden clappers
10-11.12.2021|Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre

Winter Holiday Comedy: The Emperor

An original comic Cantonese opera from Canto Op’s creative duo Wyborn Leung Wai-hong and Keith Lai premieres in a special late-night performance on New Year’s Eve
31.12.2021-1.1.2022|Grand Theatre, Xiqu Centre

Feature Stories

Interviews and articles about Xiqu Centre programmes, commissions and our work to nurture artists and promote the art of Chinese opera