10 Events For Your Diary This November

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A Little Pink 2020 Online Streaming

Pink Dot is going virtual this November for its annual pride event, continuing to spread its universal “love unites” message to people all over Hong Kong. Although unable to take place in the way they first intended, the Pink Dot team is bringing you an unforgettable online event in support of diversity, equality and love. Keep your eye out for updates here!

When: Sunday, 1 November, 7:30pm to 9:30pm
How much: Free entry

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Hong Kong Ballet Presents: Don Quixote

In a “thrilling tale of handsome bullfighters and unbridled passion“, Hong Kong Ballet presents Nina Ananiashvili’s Don Quixote. An impressive performance bursting with gravity-defying jetés, fearless lifts and impressive fouetté turns.

When: Friday, 30 October; Saturday, 31 October and Sunday, 1 November with two showings at either 2:30pm or 7:30pm
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Tickets range from $140 to $1,000. Head here for more info and to buy now.

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Medium Size Macramé Wall Hanging Workshop

Spend the day creating your very own macramé art piece to adorn your wall with. In this beginners workshop, you will learn a variety of different knotting techniques and pattern sequences that will help you create a unique wall hanging. Macramé can be both physically and mentally challenging – but trust us, you’ll be very proud of your final product. Book quick as places are limited!

When: Sunday, 15 November, 10am to 4pm
Where: Three Keys Craft Space, 906, Paramount Building, 12 Ka Yip Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
How much: $850 (materials included) – book here

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ImpactHK Donation Day

Having had an overwhelming response to its call for donations, ImpactHK has decided to hold dedicated donation days at its centre in Tai Kok Tsui. In order for the organisation to better receive and distribute items, you’re invited to bring your items along on the day and enjoy coffee, snacks and live music while assisting to place donated items in designated areas. All items will then be passed on to the homeless, those less fortunate and partner charities. On this day, you’re invited to donate:

  • Cell phone and computers (in working condition)
  • Towels
  • Clothing and shoes
  • Bags
  • Homeware (inclusive of bedding)
  • Toiletries
  • Non-perishable food items

When: Saturday, 7 November, 10am to 3pm
Where: G/F, 29 Oak Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry. Simply bring along your items ready for donation. More details here.

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Discovery Bay Holiday Market

Christmas is right around the corner, and whether you’re fired up for the festive season or still disbelieving of where this year has gone, the Discovery Bay Holiday Market is the perfect place to pick up stocking fillers and support small, local Hong Kong businesses. Hosted by Handmade Hong Kong, the craft market is an opportunity for talented artists, crafters, designers and bakers to showcase their talent, and for you to get your hands on one-of-a-kind items to gift loved ones (or keep for yourself!).

When: Sunday, 8 November, 11am to 6pm
Where: Discovery Bay Plaza, Discovery Bay Road, Discovery Bay, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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As part of the 2020 Hong Kong Great November Feast, WE LOVE DINING is partnering with over 200 restaurants to present a gastronomic experience of epic proportions. Proving why our city is regarded as a culinary capital of Asia, the event brings you a special range of fixed price menus, inviting you to savour the richness and diversity of Hong Kong’s dining scene.

Review your experience within the first three weeks of WE LOVE DINING for the chance to be one of 100 to win a dinner voucher for two. The last two weeks of the event will feature menus from the “100 Hottest Picks”, as selected by popular demand.

When: Wednesday, 11 November to Sunday, 29 November
Where: 200+ restaurants across Hong Kong – head here for more info.
How much: Tier 1 ($118/$188); Tier 2 ($148/$288); Tier 3 ($188 and up/$388 and up) – book via the DiningCity App or website.

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Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival

This year’s annual Wine & Dine Festival is taking on a special “online + offline” format this year. Over the span of five weeks, the epicurean event will feature an online wine cellar, alongside irresistible take-out and dine-in offers from over 530 restaurants, live-streamed cookery lessons and wine-tasting masterclasses (34 to be exact!).

When: Wednesday, 11 November to Tuesday, 15 December
Where: Online and various locations across Hong Kong
How much: Head here for pricing information on individual offers and events

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Art and Wellness Workshop

Join art therapist Katie Flowers of Wild at Art for a therapeutic creative session that will guide you in exploring art and wellness through a hands-on evening of art and self-discovery.

When: Thursday, 12 November, 6pm to 8:15pm
Where: Wild at Art Studio, 2-4 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry. Book your spot here.

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Japan Film Festival 2020

This year, the Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong is teaming up with The Japan Foundation and UA CineHub to showcase an exciting lineup of Japanese films. Japan Film Festival 2020 will present a total of seven films, two of which (Hanagatami and Dear Etranger) will be shown in Hong Kong for the first time. Other highlights include Room Laundering, a fantasy comedy inspired by French film Amelié, which explores the human heart and soul, and two animations Typhoon Noruda and Mogu & Perol.

When: 20 November to 22 November
Where: K11 Art House Ua CineHub, Level 4, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: $85 to $100, book here

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99 Bottles Turns Three!

99 Bottles turns three this November and is inviting you to celebrate with them (at a social distance!) as they hand out 999 bottles of FREE beer! There’s no catch – just show up and grab a brew before they run out.

When: Saturday, 28 November, 4pm onwards
Where: 59A, Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry

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