Best of What’s On This Week: 27 April 2018

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

26 Apr 2018 — By Melanie Grosjean / What's On
What's On this week in Hong Kong

Cirque Du Soleil Kooza Show

Cirque Du Soleil, Kooza

Cirque Du Soleil is returning to Hong Kong after a 12 year hiatus and will present their show Kooza. The show pays homage to their roots by combining thrilling heart-stopping acrobatic performance with the art of clowning.


When:     19 April – 3 June 2018
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets:  Sales from 5 February 2018, For more information

RETYKLE’s Central Pop-up

Retykle Pop Up Central

Customers can shop brand new and good-as-new pre-loved designer baby and children’s clothes, shoes and accessories in a premium in-store shopping experience at RETYKLE’s first centrally located pop-up.

When:     26 April – 10 May 2018
Where:    33 Wellington Road, Central
For more information:  Facebook Event

Click here for the chance to win a $2,500HKD RETYKLE shopping spree!

 

Peppa Pig Live!

Peppa Pig Live

Peppa Pig is returning to Hong Kong as a LIFE-sized mascot in this brand new live musical show that’s more fun than a muddy puddle! This charming Live Show is filled with new songs, games, surprises, jumps in muddy puddles and snorts of laughter.


When:     28-29 April 2018
Where:    KITEC, Star Hall
Tickets:  From $280, HK Ticketing

 

Mo Sound-Bites: Eelke Kleijn

Eelke Kleijn

The second ‘Mo Sound-Bites’ electronic music event of the year, will feature electronic composer/DJ Eelke Kleijn. His music stretches across movie trailer scores, deep live shows and production.

When:     27 April 2018
Where:    MO Bar, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Tickets:  $300, Ticketflap

 

Underground Anniversary Party: Electronica 3

The Underground is raising the voltage for the second of their 14th anniversary month parties. They’ll present a line-up dedicated to electronic innovation in Hong Kong and will give away several great gifts.

When:     28 April 2018
Where:    The Hub, Wan Chai
Tickets:  $140, Event website

 

2018 Bun Carnival

Bun festival mountains

The 2018 Bun Carnival is set to include a variety of interesting activities such as training and selection for the Bun Scrambling competition, the actual competition and the Climbing Carnival where the public can enjoy the fun of bun tower climbing. THere will also be stall games, handicraft making, variety show, climbing demonstrations and colouring and drawing competitions.


When:     29 April – 23 May 2018
Where:    Pak Tai Temple Playground
For more information:  Event website

 

The St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre – Swan Lake

Swan Lake

The critically acclaimed St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre is presenting Tchaikovsky’s immortal love story and quite possibly the world’s most famous ballet,  Swan Lake.

When:     2-6 May 2018
Where:    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Lyric Theatre
Tickets:  $445, HK Ticketing

 

Le French May Arts Festival

Established in 1993, Le French May is one of the largest cultural events in Asia. With more than 120 programmes presented across two months, it has become an iconic part of Hong Kong’s cultural scene. The festival will showcase a diverse range of art forms from heritage and contemporary arts, paintings and design, to classical music and hip hop dance, cinema and circus.

When:     Now through 3 September 2018
Where:    Various venues across Hong Kong
For more information:  Event Website

 

Find a bigger selection of fantastic events around Hong Kong in our What’s On Guide here.

What's on in Hong Kong


 


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