Best of What’s On this Week: 15 July 2018

Our pick of the best events in Hong Kong this week.

14 Jun 2018 — By Melanie Grosjean / The HK HUB / What's On
Best of What's on in Hong Kong for the week of 15 June

Irish Celtic – Spirit of Ireland

Irish Celtic

Direct from a highly successful tour of France and Germany, Irish Celtic features the finest performers from the top Irish dance companies, who show their incredible talent and their infectious love for dance in a thrilling evening of high energy routines and explosive rhythms.

When:     12-17 June 2018
Where:    Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre
Tickets:  From $445, HK Ticketing


Sunday Jam Session w/ NTBM


This weekly Sunday Session at Peel Fresco is hosted by Hong Kong’s premiere jazz ensemble Tjoe w/NTBM (not-to-be-missed), which is a collective of Hong Kong’s most adventurous, free-spirited and virtuosic professional musicians.

When:     17, 24 June 2018
Where:    Peel Fresco Music Lounge
For more information:  Facebook


Free Yoga Class in Central

Join Free Yoga Classes hosted by Andiappan Yoga Community each Sunday. The classes are led by professionally-trained International Yoga Academy yoga instructors who believe in the benefits of yoga and are committed to sharing their experience with others in the community.

When:     Every Sunday through 14 October 2018
Where:    Pier 10, Central
Tickets:  Free event, sign-up Facebook Event


Wellness Month at CE LA VI

CE LA VI Wellness Month

From yoga and interval training to reiki relaxation and learning the art of sleeping well, CE LA VI Hong Kong is bringing a month-long series of different fitness classes and healing experiences.

When:     Throughout June
Where:    CE LA VI, Lan Kwai Fong
Tickets:  $120, Facebook


International Day of Yoga 2018

International Day of Yoga

Asia Society Hong Kong and the Consulate General of India have joined forces to bring us an all-day event with up to 25 different yoga classes offered simultaneously at the same venue.

When:     17 June 2018
Where:    Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Admiralty
For more information:  Facebook Event


Ninja Flow Class

Ninja Flow exercise class in Hong Kong

Experience a high-intensity afternoon training and get a taste of ninja life with Trybe’s quick and fun bodyweight workout. This is for all ages and skill level and requires minimal equipment so you can practice your ninja skills even after class.

When:     20 June 2018
Where:    Campfire Wong Chuk Hang
Tickets:  $50, Eventbrite


Sheung Wan Family Market

Sheung Wan Family Market

This family-friendly market will consist of a delicious brunch at the HIVE Cafe by Locofama as well as a selection of crafting workshops and opportunities to shop in their marketplace with handmade books, soy candles, makeup, porcelain, essential oils and more available.

When:     16 June 2018
Where:    the HIVE Sheung Wan
For more information:  Facebook Event


Tuesday Salsa Party at Levels

This party is for Salsa lovers who enjoy the classic salsa tracks, romantica, Dura, Mambo, beautiful salsa songs and of course some of the most soulful Bachata and Kizomba beats. There will be classes for all levels from absolute beginners to those who’ve been dancing awhile but want to learn something new.

When:     19 June 2018
Where:    Levels, Central
For more information:  Facebook Event


No Waste Pop-Up Summer Edition

The second edition of the No Waste Pop-up will be a celebration of summer. You’ll find all you need to reduce waste during your next holidays with new products, summer kits, and many other surprises.

When:     21 June 2018
Where:    The Hive Co-working space
Tickets:  Free Entry, Facebook Event


Foxy Ladies Night at Ophelia

Every Wednesday in June, Ophelia is partnering with BloomMe for a pamper and party ladies night with free-flow drinks, free mini spa treatments, live performances, International DJ Miles Slator, Goodie bags, free spa cash and a lucky draw.

When:     Every Wednesday through 20 September 2018
Where:    Ophelia, Wan Chai
Tickets:  Free Event, Facebook Event


Your Words Become Mine

Sarah Morris Your words become mine

American artist, Sarah Morris is presenting her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. The exhibit will include two new series of paintings that depict the skyline of Abu Dhabi and a feature film that delves into visuals of the city as well as aspects of its history and culture.

When:     Now – 7 July 2018
Where:    White Cube, Central
For more information:  Gallery Website


Doreen Chan Solo Exhibition: How to Close a Window

DC Blinds

The very last exhibit at Charbon art space before they close their doors will present the latest multimedia works by talented local artist, Dorreen Chan. Entitled How to Close a Window, the solo exhibition attempts to retrieve the fond memories of the artist’s late father through fragments of the past daily life as well as initiate one’s thinking of traces and reinterpretation.

When:     13-27 June (opening reception on 13 June)
Where:    Charbon art space, Wong Chuk Hang
Tickets:  Free admission, For more information


Mavericks International Surfing Day HK 2018

International Surfing Day is an international celebration of the love of surfing. To mark the day, Mavericks HK will be hosting a day of activities, awareness, music, food, art and movies as surf lovers from across the city gather together and share the love of surf and the oceans.

When:     16 June 2018
Where:    Life Base, Pui O Beach, Lantau
For more information:  Facebook Event


Hong Kong Sinfonietta – Good Music for Kids

Join conductor Teresa Cheung and Hong Kong Sinfonietta on a musical journey in a concert specifically tailored for children aged 3-6. The programme will include dance music by Bizet, Copland and Offenback, as well as light classics by Leroy Anderson.

When:     16-18 June 2018
Where:    Hong Kong City Hall Theatre
Tickets:  From $260, Urbtix


Storytelling Workshops

Hong Kong Central Library is hosting a series of English-language storytelling workshops around the theme “What Will I Be When I Grow Up?” There are two sessions, for ages 2-4 and 5-7 to attend with one of their parents.

When:     17, 24 June 2018
Where:    Hong Kong Central Library, Children’s Activity Room
For more information:  HK Public Library Website


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