That's PRD takes a look at the best of the month in Macau:
March 3-26: Three Phantoms
Featuring three former singers who have performed the male lead in English composer Andrew Lloyd Webber’s defining musical, The Phantom of the Opera, Three Phantoms is a sensational musical theater production that presents songs from renowned musicals such as Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Cats and We Will Rock You, among others. Come enjoy “the best gala evening of musical theatre you are ever likely to see.”
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March 10: Scoth Whiskey Tasting
Like whiskey? Come revel in this tasting event at the scenic Banyan Tree with whisky specialists and brand ambassadors from Scotland and Hong Kong. Offering more than 10 types of whiskies aged up to 21 years and two whisky-powered cocktails, it’s bound to be a very (un)forgettable Friday night.
March 10: Magic Show by Mario Lopez
Spanish magician Mario Lopez, winner of the International Close Up Magic Competition in 2013, developed an interest in magic after exploring the realms of music, painting, skating and juggling. Now, you’ll find him in theaters, restaurants, on the streets and even in the jungles of Peru. Come explore the magic and see this mastermind conjure up a bunny or two.
Mar 10, 8pm; MOP160. Small Auditorium, Macao Cultural Centre.
March 24-25: To Each Her Own City
Produced by the Macao Foundation, To Each Her Own City is a dance work created by renowned Hong Kong choreographer Mui Cheuk Yin, Taiwan choreographer Ku Mingshen and Macau elite choreographer Stella Ho. It is comprised of three different works that explore the relationship between individuals and their city, telling stories via poetic body movements.
Mar 24-25, 8pm; MOP120. Small Auditorium, Macao Cultural Centre.
March 30: Feast of Pak Tai
Pak Tai’s birthday is on the third day of the third lunar month, which falls on March 30 this year. In Chinese folk religion, Pak Tai conquered Demon King, who was terrorizing the universe. As a reward, he was given the title ‘Superior Divinity of the Deep Dark Heaven’ and ‘True Soldier of the North.’ A feast for Pak Tai will be ‘offered’ on this day and Cantonese opera will be performed in a bamboo theater outside the temple.
Mar 30, all day. Pak Tai Temple, Taipa Village.
Ongoing: Ad Lib
Since artist Konstantin Bessmertny moved to Macau from Russia 23 years ago, he has witnessed dramatic changes in the city, which have inspired him to employ an absurd visual language to express himself from the perspective of both a foreigner and an insider. The exhibition Ad Lib showcases a collection of his recent work, including paintings, sculptures, videos and installations.
Tue-Sat, 10am-7pm; free entry. Macao Museum of Art.
Click here to see our March events guide for Hong Kong.