Best of What’s On this Week: 10 May 2019

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 10 May 2019!

10 May 2019

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 10 May 2019. Want more? Check out our comprehensive what’s on guide with full listings for the months ahead here and our family-friendly what’s on guide here.

Things to Do in Hong Kong this Week: 10 May 2019

Gluestick Fest

Phum Viphurit

For the inaugural one-day Gluestick Fest, Gluestick will bring back Thailand’s resident ‘lover boy’ Phum Viphurit for his second-ever performance in Hong Kong. In addition to Phum, the lineup will include Taiwanese indie soul sensation Sunset Rollercoaster, Kero Hero Bonito and budding rap/R&B-stars OZI plus more to be announced soon.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    Rotunda 3, KITEC, Kowloon Bay
Tickets:  From $680, Ticketflap

 

Adventure Playground

The Adventure Playground is designed to be a place where kids get dirty and figure things out on their own. Unstructured, imaginative play at it’s best – the playground encourages kids to play, take risks and explore away from their parents. The sessions are open for kids ages 2-8 years old.

When:     11, 19 May 2019
Where:    HK Forest Adventures, Sha Tin
Tickets:  $600, Facebook Event

 

Jacob Ogawa

Jacob Ogawa

Jacob Ogawa and his band will bring his unique lo-fi bedroom pop to Hong Kong. His music, which straddles the line between ebulliently warm and achingly heartbreaking, will appeal to fans of Boy Pablo, Clairo, Sunset Rollercoaster and Yellow Days.

When:     16 May 2019
Where:    Terrible Baby, Eaton HK
Tickets:  $280, Ticketflap

 

Andy Parsons

andy parsons

The Punchline Comedy Club is bringing Andy Parsons, one of the UK’s funniest comedians to Hong Kong.

When:     16-18 May 2019
Where:    Grappa’s Cellar (16th) and Eaton Club (17-18)
Tickets:  $488, Ticketflap

 

May Discovery Bay Market

Discovery Bay Sunday Market

Handmade Hong Kong proudly pops out a hoopla of craft bazaar several times a year. These craft markets are an opportunity for the most special artists, makers, designers and bakers to show Hong Kong what they’re made of.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    South Plaza, Discovery Bay
For more information:  Facebook Event

 

Retykle Pop-Up

Retykle Popup

The much-anticipated Retykle Pop-up features a curated edit of all your favourite designer kids styles (restocked daily) from shoes and dresses to jackets, accessories and more. There will be both pre-loved and new with tags items for you to choose from for ages newborn to 12 years old – all 50-90% off.

When:     29 April – July 7th (Open Daily)
Where:    109 Repulse Bay Road
For more information:  Facebook Event or Retykle Website

 

War Horse

War Horse

Based on the beloved novel by Michael Morpurgo, the National Theatre of Great Britain’s Tony Award-winning production of War Horse is coming to Hong Kong.

When:     10 May – 2 June 2019
Where:    Lyric Theatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  From $330, HK Ticketing

 

Katya: Help Me I’m Dying

Katya from Rupaul's Drag Race

RuPaul’s Drag Race Miss Congeniality and All Stars Season 2 Finalist, Katya Zamolodchikova is making her debut in Hong Kong with her brand new show, “Help Me I’m Dying.”

When:     10 May 2019
Where:    The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  $588, HK Ticketing

 

Phil Jupitus in Hong Kong

Don’t miss your chance to watch in delight and/or horror as this experienced funnyman drags laughs out of the chaos of his own life. Join in on over an hour of tales, laughs, and diversions.

When:     11 May 2019
Where:    Grappa’s Cellar, Central
Tickets:  From $300, Ticketflap

 

Elmer the Elephant

Elmer the Elephant

Based on the classic children’s book series by David McKee, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Show, is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter. The show features a menagerie of 21 loveable puppets and tells the tale of an elephant that stands out – both with his patchwork coloured skin and sense of humour.

When:     17-19 May 2019
Where:    Drama Theatre, HKAPA, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $195, HK Ticketing

 

Darkness into Light 5km Walk

Darkness into Light 5km Walk

Hundreds of thousands of people around the world will get together to walk from the darkness into the light of morning to help end the global fight against suicide and self-harm. Funds raised will benefit Pieta House, KELY Support Group.

When:     11 May 2019
Where:    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, Sheung Wan
For more information:  Facebook Event

 

OpenStage!

It’s time again for OpenStage! – an unpretentious night of performance where everything and anything goes. Hang out and dance after, bar and good people provided.

When:     11 May 2019
Where:    Trybe HK, Wong Chuk Hang
Tickets:  $155.99, Eventbrite

 

Hong Kong Ladies Open

Hong Kong Ladies Open

Inaguarated in 2015, the Hong Kong Ladies Open is a highlight of the city’s annual golfing calendar. Played over three days on Hong Kong Golf Club’s Old Course, the tournament features 123 players from around the world competing for a $150,000 USD prize purse.

When:     10-12 May 2019
Where:    Hong Kong Golf Club
For more information:  Event Website

 

Mother’s Day Gift Fair

Shopping Hong Kong Mother's Day Event

Forget about browsing dozens of shops without any idea what to buy for your mother, the mother of your children, or yourself. At this special Mother’s Day shopping event, you’ll find inspiration and just the right gift amongst the hundreds of artisanal products on display.

When:     11 May 2019
Where:    Lockhart Room, Hong Kong Football Club
For more information:  Facebook Event

 

South China Tigers Asia Showcase

South Asia Tigers

FWD South China Tigers, the Greater Bay Area’s first professional rugby club will contest the Asia Showcase with the Force and Asia Pacific Dragons based in Singapore.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    Aberdeen Sports Ground
For more information: From $200, Zoonga.com

 

Asian Professional Boxing Championship

Asia Professional Boxing

Asian Professional Boxing Championship aims to bring Asian elite boxers and top-leveled boxing to Hong Kong. This time they have gathered boxers from cross-strait four regions, Japan and the Philippines, headlining Raymond Poon to fight for Hong Kong’s first World Boxing Organization Youth World Title.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $380, Ticketflap

 

Want to find more events around Hong Kong? Check out our complete what’s on guide here.

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