I, Wu Song – A One-man Chinese Opera

Chinese opera has often been seen as an art form that tells historical tales, and that of Wu Song’s is one of the classics. Yet in this new production by The Gong Strikes One, Wu is no longer the protagonist, nor does Chinese opera take up the task to tell his story.

Instead, Wu’s story is transformed into a medium for Chinese opera to explore itself as a theatrical form of body movements and musical gestures. All utterances have been removed and Wu now becomes no more than an anonymous man on stage, called “I”.

I, Wu Song – A One-man Chinese Opera
The Gong Strikes One
Date: 8pm, 10-11 June, 2017
Venue: HK Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre
Tickets: $180, $160 from Urbtix

Da Bang

Da Bang HK Tour 2017
Date: 4pm, 16 April, 2017
Venue: Central Harbourfront
Tickets: $3,999, $2,999, $1,499, $1,199, $999, $799, $499

Fifth Harmony @ AsiaWorld Expo – 31 March, 2017


American ‘harmonizers’ Fifth Harmony played their first Hong Kong concert to an enthusiastic crowd at AsiaWorld Expo on the 31 March.

The set list for the gig was:
That’s My Girl, Miss Movin’ On, Sledgehammer, Reflection, This Is How We Roll, Scared of Happy, I Lied, Write On Me, No Way, We Know, Dope, Squeeze, Big Bad Wolf, BO$$, Not That Kind of Girl, All In My Head (Flex), Brave Honest, Beautiful, Gonna Get Better, Worth It, Work From Home.


Cigarettes After Sex

Cigarettes After Sex
Date: 7:30pm, 12 May, 2017
Venue: Kitec, Music [email protected]
Tickets: $490 from Ticketflap

Generation Axe

Generation Axe
Featuring: Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Nuno Bettencourt, and Tosin Abasi
Date: 7:30pm, 12 April, 2017
Venue: Kitec, Star Hall
Tickets: $980, $680 from HKTicketing