Events
Aug 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
7:30 pm
Tea House Theatre Experience is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre. The 90-minute performance, presented by Xiqu Centre’s very own Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, showcases a selection of short excerpts demonstrating a range of vocal and music styles. It also includes narration by an expert moderator to help newcomers gain insight into the history of the art form. To recreate the warm, authentic atmosphere of Hong Kong’s early 20th century tea houses, audiences are served traditional tea and dim sum during the performance – a delicious way to learn about the heritage of Chinese traditional theatre. Programmes run from Wednesday to Sunday every week. Programme Type: Nanyin (Cantonese Narrative Singing) Wind and Percussion Music Cantonese Opera Songs (Selection) Cantonese Opera Excerpt Performance Music Ensemble Performance Date and time: Wednesday to Sunday: 7:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 3:00pm (Except 22 May to 31 May 2019) Venue: Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre Language: Performed and narrated in Cantonese with Chinese and English surtitles Tickets (Price includes performance, tea and dim sum): Standard $368, $318 Half-price $184, $159 (senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and a companion, CSSA recipients, and full-time students aged 6 or above, according to[...]
Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre
Aug 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
7:30 pm
Tea House Theatre Experience is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre. The 90-minute performance, presented by Xiqu Centre’s very own Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, showcases a selection of short excerpts demonstrating a range of vocal and music styles. It also includes narration by an expert moderator to help newcomers gain insight into the history of the art form. To recreate the warm, authentic atmosphere of Hong Kong’s early 20th century tea houses, audiences are served traditional tea and dim sum during the performance – a delicious way to learn about the heritage of Chinese traditional theatre. Programmes run from Wednesday to Sunday every week. Programme Type: Nanyin (Cantonese Narrative Singing) Wind and Percussion Music Cantonese Opera Songs (Selection) Cantonese Opera Excerpt Performance Music Ensemble Performance Date and time: Wednesday to Sunday: 7:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 3:00pm (Except 22 May to 31 May 2019) Venue: Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre Language: Performed and narrated in Cantonese with Chinese and English surtitles Tickets (Price includes performance, tea and dim sum): Standard $368, $318 Half-price $184, $159 (senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and a companion, CSSA recipients, and full-time students aged 6 or above, according to[...]
Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre
Aug 31 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3:30 pm
Visit the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware during the weekend to enjoy a fresh taste of Chinese tea and beautiful pieces of traditional Chinese music! Venue: Galleries 1 & 2, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware Moderator: Mr Tam Po-shek ∣ Mr Wong Wai-ming Ms lu Yan ∣ Ms Wong Ching-yee ∣ Ms Woo Shan-lam ∣ Ms Hung Sze-man 25 seats per session, first-come-first-served Chips will be distributed one hour before the programmes commenced at G/F lobby  
Galleries 1 & 2, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Sep 28 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
3:30 pm
Visit the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware during the weekend to enjoy a fresh taste of Chinese tea and beautiful pieces of traditional Chinese music! Venue: Galleries 1 & 2, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware Moderator: Mr Tam Po-shek ∣ Mr Wong Wai-ming Ms lu Yan ∣ Ms Wong Ching-yee ∣ Ms Woo Shan-lam ∣ Ms Hung Sze-man 25 seats per session, first-come-first-served Chips will be distributed one hour before the programmes commenced at G/F lobby  
Galleries 1 & 2, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Jan 25 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 26 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 27 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 28 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 29 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 30 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 31 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 1 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 2 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 3 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 4 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 5 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 6 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 7 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 8 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 9 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen