Best of What’s On this Week: 13 July 2018

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 13 July 2018!

11 Jul 2018 — By Catherine Stewart / What's On
things to do in Hong Kong this week, 13 July 2018

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 13 July 2018. Want more? Check out our comprehensive what’s on guide with full listings for the months ahead here.

Things to Do in Hong Kong this Week: 13 July 2018

Hip Hop from Asia Tour

This music tour is the first to promote international hip hop artists across the Asian region and will be making its first stop in Hong Kong. The tour will be headlined by Hong Kong-based group, Xabitat, Quemussolini from Newark, New Jersey and Malaysian DJ and music producer, E.T. The Human.

When:     14 July 2018
Where:    MOM Livehouse, North Point
Tickets:  $100, Ticketflap


IAC 2018: “Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey” by Lightwire Theatre

Moon Mouse

Geeky mouse Marvin ventures to the moon in a self-built rocket to find out if it’s made of cheese. Lightwire Theater, the America’s Got Talent semi-finalist troupe combines electroluminescent technology with puppetry, dance and traditional theatre in this uplifting show.

When:     13-15 July 2018
Where:    Ko Shan Theatre New Wing, Auditorium
Tickets:  From $140, Urbtix

Find more fun & interesting things to do with kids in Hong Kong here!


Yojimbo presents Ryan Crosson, Ashwin Khosa, small&TALL

Ryan and his partners in Visionquest have honed a whole new landscape of lush, organic techno and esoteric leftfield electronica. Expect a night of dance / tech house / disco and more!

When:    13 July 2018
Where:   Yojimbo
Tickets:   from $100, Ticketflap


The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Hong Kong

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow in Hong Kong

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is back with the freshest and funniest from Australia’s largest comedy festival. Featuring a huge cast of Australian and international stars, they’re set to bring you seven unforgettable nights of stand-up, sketch, slapstick and silliness.

When:     9-15 July 2018
Where:    The Fringe Club, Central
Tickets:  $230, Ticketflap


Alive Wellness Free Open House: Self Care and Self Love Summer Fiesta

Tibetan singing bowls

Holistic hub Alive Wellness, focusing on integral health, well-being and self-development, are opening their doors to the community for this free event. Take part in holistic healing sessions in an uplifting group setting, with Tibetan singing bowl and gong groups, energy healing, art therapy and more.

When:     14 July 2018
Where:    Central
Tickets:    Free, Eventbrite


Glitter and Gore Kids Pirate Party and Open Cinema Night

Kids pirate party poster

Captain Gan-Greene, the friendly pirate, is stuck in Sai Kung and his beloved treasure has been stolen by his evil enemy, McGreedy Beard! Kids become mini pirates for the evening to help find the treasure on a wacky adventure with storytelling, games and arts & crafts. They’ll be rewarded with their own little bag of treasure and a night of film with the 90s film ‘Hook’.

When:     14 July 2018
Where:    Sai Kung
Tickets:   $200 per child (party and film), $100 per parent (film only), Pelago


100 Faces of Tai Kwun

Faces of Tai Kwun

Showcasing the stories of 100 people who are related to the Central Police Station compound (CPS compound) in different ways, this exhibition reveals the multifold facets of the compound history in an invigorating storytelling approach.

When:     29 May – 2 September 2018
Where:    Duplex studio, Police Headquarters Block (Block 1), Tai Kwun
Tickets:  Free of Charge, Book Tai Kwun Pass Online for smooth entry


IAC 2018: “Air Play” by Acrobuffos


Linking playful physical comedy and incredible “air sculptures”, Acrobuffos creates a picturesque poem that brilliantly merges art and science with popular theatre and circus-style antics. Best for ages 5 and up.

When:     20 July 2018
Where:    Yuen Long Theatre Auditorium
Tickets:  From $140, Urbtix


HKI Improv Show

Hong Kong Improv is back to tickle your funny bones at Steam Studio and Cafe. Witness the talented team engage in interactive improvised comedy, based on audience suggestions. Fans of ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ will love it.

When:      14 July 2018
Where:     Sheung Wan
Tickets:    $130 in advance, $150 at the door, Ticketflap


Hong Kong Book Fair

Hong Kong book fair

Book lovers come together every summer for this major literary event, showcasing the latest page turners and all that’s new in the book world.

When:     18-24 July  2018
Where:    Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai
For more information: Event Website


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

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