This programme will showcase Welsh saxophonist Joshua Jones performing a delicious hybrid of jazz-classical in Schulhoff’s Hot-Sonate and traveling to the hotspots of 1920’s Berlin’s cabaret culture via Kurt Weill’s Little Threepenny Music.
One hundred Hong Kong citizens, chosen to reflect the demographics of the city, will come together on stage, responding live to a series of questions, revealing their joys, sorrows, hopes, fears, beliefs and attitudes, to create a living portrait of the city: part theatre, part reality, and 100% Hong Kong.
For a much-anticipated Halloween, The Mills invites you dive into Immersive Journey of Junji Ito taken from five major stories by the most notable horror mangakas Junji Ito, and relish in his world of horror and imagination, including life-size figures and impressively detailed story settings.
This year, the festival will host films from nineteen countries across seven cinemas in the city. With the theme ‘Emancipation in variations’, the festival is aiming to unshackle audiences from their lock-down perspectives, and free their long-quarantined imagination into action.
Organised by the Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong, the 11th edition of Festive Korea will present art and cultural programs, including performances and exhibitions featuring Korean artists, K-game, K-food and selected Korean movies, under the theme K-CONNECTED.