Cruz-Diez’s color palette
A selection of rarely-seen masterpieces by Carlos Cruz-Diez, one of the most impactful and dynamic Latin American artists, will show in the city for a very limited period. This is a chance to see nearly six decades of work by the founder of the Kinetic movement in art. Using both traditional and new, experimental materials, Cruz-Diez challenges the viewers’ experience of vision and perception.
Date: March 20-25
Venue: Puerta Roja, 189 Queen’s Rd West, Sheung Wan
From the page to stage
Dung Kai-cheung’s milestone short fiction, Cecilia, will get a stage life as Rebecca Wong Pik-kei, Ata Wong Chun-tat and Blue Ka-wing take turns at expressing the core idea contained in the story through dance. It’d be interesting to watch what the three young choreographers make Dung’s lyrical, dreamlike urban tale. The show is a part of the 6th Hong Kong Jockey Club Contemporary Dance Series.
Date: March 19
Venue: Studio theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Sample your favorites from an array of fine international cuisine and beverages over the next five weeks at Ocean Park as you enjoy music and other acts at the Ocean Park Chill Out festival. Presented by Prudential Hong Kong Limited, the event will switch themes every 10 days. Bring your friends and fam!
Date: March 17 - April 17
Venue: The Waterfront, Ocean Park, Aberdeen
Ditch the Guinness this St Patrick’s Day and go for a pint of frothy Irish comedy instead. The Punchline Comedy Club presents Totally Wired, Ireland’s self-proclaimed oldest and least successful boy brand. The two comedians, Lan Coppinger and Colm O’Regan, will give you a sampler of Irish humor by combining music and humor.
Date: March 16 - 18
Venue: Tamarind Restaurant and Bar, 2/F Sun Hung Kai Centre, 30 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai