Best of What’s On this Week: 6 July 2018

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 6 July 2018!

5 Jul 2018 — By Catherine Stewart / What's On
what's on this week 6 July 2018

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 6 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: 6 July 2018

Happy Wednesday Fiesta

happy group of friends at Happy Valley racecourse

Celebrate the end of a fantastic horse racing season with the Happy Wednesday Fiesta. Party into the night with music from resident band Carnivale, and enjoy exciting activities, games, food and drinks! HK HUB followers can register for free admission and a $50 food & drink coupon here!

When:      11 July 2018
Where:     Happy Valley Racecourse
For more information: Event Website

 

IAC 2018: Hansel and Gretel by Scottish Ballet

Hansel and Gretel

Two young stars follow a beautiful fairy to a gingerbread-clad house where the pair soon discover things are not as sweet as they seem. Scottish Ballet is set to transform the Brothers Grimm story to the world of classical ballet in a highly-inventive dance treat for the whole family.

When:     6-8 July 2018
Where:    Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
Tickets:  From $160, Urbtix

 

Serrini

Serrini

Hong Kong’s very own songster Serrini will descend on the city for a liberating night of music sharing after her exciting tour across 8 cities in mainland China.

When:     7 July 2018
Where:    KITEC MusicZone @ E-Max
Tickets:  $320, Ticketflap

 

Celebrate Bernstein on Broadway!

Leonard Bernstein

Marking the centenary of one of America’s greatest musical icons, HK Phil will close their season with a dazzling, colourful and glitzy parade of Leonard Bernstein’s greatest Broadway musical hits, including New York, New York, Glitter and be Gay, Maria and more.

When:     6-7 July 2018
Where:    Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Tickets:  From $180, available on Urbtix

 

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

 

AntiGravity® for Kids

kid doing anti-gravity yoga

This summer program at the Yoga Room is designed for kids 7 to 15 years of age, and no previous

AntiGravity® experience is required. Kids will explore postures in the AntiGravity® hammock, and learn mindfulness and self-regulation strategies to help them develop both mentally and physically. It’s a great way for them to experience going upside down and letting go!

When:     9 July – 13 August 2018
Where:   Sheung Wan
Tickets:  $1080 for whole program of 6 classes, $220 per drop in class, Event Website

Find more fantastic things to do with kids in our family-friendly what’s on guide here!

 

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

 

Charity Yoga – ImpactHK

Loretta Teo Meow Yoga

Loretta Leo from Meow Yoga & Wellness is hosting a series of charity yoga classes that are suitable for all ages and levels. All proceeds will go to ImpactHK which is a charity dedicated to transforming the homeless and giving them a second chance.

When:    8 July and 5 August, 2018
Where:    Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, Sheung Wan
Tickets:  Pay as you wish, Facebook

 

ARCH: En Route @ Summerfest

This is an all-day holistic wellness festival where you will connect through meditation, fitness activities, human interaction, arts and workshops designed to help participants embrace their inner being and let go of concerns.

When:     14 July 2018
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets:  Free, Event Website  

 

La Cabane Beach Club at Treasure Island

Treasure Island Group and La Cabane a Vin are hosting the first La Cabane Beach Club pop-up at Pui O Beach. The three-day event promises to have all your favourite natural wines, along with cheese slates, burgers, snacks and DJs spinning on the beach.

When:      6 – 8 July 2018
Where:     Pui O Beach, Lantau
For more information: Facebook

 

Taste Tuesdays: A Taste of Summer at HAKU

food at Haku

The team behind Taste Hong Kong has joined culinary forces with some of the world’s best chefs, restaurants and mixologists for Taste Tuesdays. Leading the launch in Hong Kong is Chef Agustin Balbi of HAKU with an innovative Japanese tasting menu, along with sake and specially curated cocktails.

When:      10 July 2018
Where:     Ocean Terminal, Habour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tickets:    $942 (includes two curated cocktails), Event Website

 

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

 

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

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