What's On in Hong Kong: September 2019

By That's PRD, September 3, 2019

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That’s PRD takes a look at the best of the month in Hong Kong:

Sept 6-7: Seong-Jin Cho

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This month, Hong Kong welcomes Seong-Jin Cho to perform a powerful rendition of Rachmaninov’s piano concerto. As the first prize winner at the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition, Cho has some serious skill that will be on display at Hong Kong Cultural Center’s Concert Hall. 

Fri-Sat, Sept 6-7, 8pm; HKD380-1,280. Hong Kong Cultural Center Concert Hall. Tickets.

Sept 7-8: Olivia Dawn

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Olivia Dawn has been influenced by just about every genre in the book. A skilled DJ, producer and violinist, her music style has the ability to turn most songs into dance floor hits. You won’t want to miss her show at Ophelia this month, as it’ll likely be the best gig in the city on the first weekend of September.

Sat-Sun, Sept 7-8, 9pm-late; free entry. Ophelia.

Sept 12-15: Madagascar the Musical


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Do you love animals? Of course you do, what kind of person doesn’t! This month, Madagascar the Musical is coming to Hong Kong and it’s sure to be a great time. Come see all your favorite characters – Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the hip-hop hippo in a wonderful production of the smash-hit DreamWorks animated motion picture.

Thu-Sun Sept 12-15, various times; HKD395-795. Lyric Theater. Tickets.

Sept 22: Hong Kong International Jazz Festival

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Hold the phone. Hong Kong will have an international jazz festival next month and it’s free. Needless to say, we’re excited about this open-air concert, which will take place at the Hong Kong Park Olympic Square. Renowned musicians from across the world will be performing jazzy tunes, while workshops and photographic exhibitions will also be on hand.

Sun Sept 22, 3-7pm; free entry. Hong Kong Olympic Square.

Various Dates: The Unforgettable Chapter

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A father takes his own life without any notice, leaving his wife and three children in a dire situation. After the middle daughter moves away and sets up her own home, the mother moves in, reuniting the family over a book that’s connected to their late father. Directed by Octavian Chan, this production is expected to wow the audience. (To note, the play will be presented in Cantonese.)

Various Dates, 3pm and 8pm; HKD190/200. HKRep Black Box. Tickets.

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[Cover image via Pixabay 1,2, HKRep, HKTicketing]

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