In the Show – 3rd April 2012

“Titus Andronicus”Picture

Many of us know William Shakespeare. ‘s most famous plays such as “Romeo and Juliet”, “Macbeth”, “Othello”, and “King Lear”. But not so many know “Titus Andronicus”, which some consider his bloodiest and most violent work. Historically, there.s been controversy about its authorship and quality. Now, Hong Kong audiences have a chance to encounter this tragedy of revenge at the Hong Kong Arts Festival as local theatre director Tang Shu-wing directs it for the third time.

PictureFashion Show “五 DUN 5”

Fashion Farm Foundation is a local non-government organisation that hopes to bring together different parties such as designers, landlords, and publications. It’s aim is to improve and promote Hong Kong branding. Last week the group organized a fashion show in Lai Chi Kok. During the show, called “五 DUN 5” local designers transformed trucks into concept stores to show their designs.




Callum Innes Paintings

At the Edouard Malingue Gallery until 21st April you can see the first Asian solo Exhibition by the renowned Scottish artist Callum Innes.Callum’s considered one of the most important abstract painters of his generation. He creates his works through a complex process of applying and then removing paint. It can take days, weeks, or months, and the final result is often very calm and meditative.

In the Studio – Hong Kong Saxophone Ensemble

In our studio, six members of the Hong Kong Saxophone Ensemble talk to us about their debut concert, and play “Schwarzer Tänzer” (Black Dancer) by Nigel Wood


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