What’s on this weekend…
Another weekend is upon us and there’s plenty in store to kick off November! Whether you’re booking tickets to the craziest immersive theatre project in town, enjoying festival vibes in DB, sipping on rosé, or getting into the festive spirit, we hope you have a good one!
Read more: 10 Events For Your Diary this November
Secret Theatre Project Mayhem HK
Do you appreciate the arts, and love a little thrill every now and then? Take part in this enjoyable, high-energy hit with the much-loved Secret Theatre as it makes its way back to Hong Kong. Starting tonight, Project Mayhem will completely immerse its guests, encouraging them along the way to interact with the characters’ surroundings. Step out of your comfort zone and into a marvellous fantasy as this production takes you to the wildest parts of town, giving you a storytelling experience at a secret warehouse location.
When: Friday, 3 November, at 8:15pm – continues until Sunday, 10 December, with matinee shows at 3pm and evening shows at 8:15pm
Where: Secret location!
How much: $850 per person or $1,600 per person, which includes a three-course dinner by The Butchers Club. Get your tickets here!
The Big Picnic
Kick off festival season this weekend with The Big Picnic. Brimming with new, local talent, market stalls and special performances, along with food from the likes of Pizza Express, Mavericks, Cali-Mex and more, don’t miss out on this multicultural community concert… It’s definitely worth the ferry ride to DB!
When: Saturday, 4 November, 10am to 10pm
Where: Discovery Bay Beach, Discovery Bay, Hong Kong
How much: $100 – purchase your wristband here, with a generous percentage of proceeds going to selected Hong Kong-based charities.
St. John’s Cathedral: Charity Christmas Card & Handicraft Fair
It’s never too early to start holiday shopping, so why not get into the season at this year’s Christmas Card & Handicraft Fair? The best bit? You’ll be spreading love along the way by supporting a charitable cause, as all proceeds go to different Hong Kong charities (who will also have stalls there). Don’t forget to check out The Lion Rock Press for all your Hong Kong-themed presents.
When: Saturday, 4 November, 10am to 5pm
Where: Li Hall, St. John’s Cathedral, 4-8 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free entry!
Read more: Christmas 2017: Holiday Fairs and Christmas Markets in Hong Kong
The Movement Market
In partnership with RUMI X, GuavaPass and The Vibe Tribe, The Movement Market’s last event in the series is this weekend. Full of movement and yoga classes, brought to you by Hong Kong’s finest Yogis and fitness instructors, it will also feature pop-ups from the likes of Yarn in the Works, Honestly Green, NOW no waste and more.
When: Saturday, 4 November, 10:30am to 3:30pm
Where: MANA! Cafe, 8 Tai On Terrace, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: A day ticket and one classis $200. A day ticket and two classes is $350. Get your tickets here!
Rosé Sunset 2017 #2
Calling all rosé lovers! Unwind this Saturday in Repulse Bay at the second instalment of Rosé Sunset. Enjoy the stunning beach view, while sipping on free-flow drinks from 4pm to 6pm. Check out music from live DJs, nosh on delicious bites and make sure to snag some goodies!
When: Saturday, 4 November, 4pm to 10pm
Where: the pulse, 28, Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
How much: $100, which includes entrance and one drink. $220, which includes free-flow rosé, beers and Aperol Spritz from 4pm to 6pm. Get your tickets here!
A Tale of Shattered Innocence with the UN Refugee Agency
Join the United Nations Refugee Agency as it transforms Lee Tung Avenue into a deeply personal experiential space. Put on your headphones and enter a whole different reality as you escape with Nadima, a 13-year-old girl on a harrowing journey through war-torn South Sudan. Listening to this innocent tale made up of brutal experiences will definitely alter your perceptions towards the state of refugees in the world today.
When: Saturday, 4 November and Sunday, 5 November, 10am to 10pm
Where: Central Piazza of Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: Free!
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