All proceeds of the event go to supporting underprivileged children right here in Hong Kong via the ChickenSoup Foundation. The team at CentreStage Studios HK are planning to run a series of drama based fun days out this summer for these children, many of whom live in poverty in small subdivided flats and will benefit hugely from this opportunity. Show your support for this great cause by buying tickets (or a table) and having a great evening out.

When: Saturday 25 June 2016, 6.15pm – 10pm

Where: Repulse Bay Club, Verandah Marquee

Ticket includes: Buffet dinner and four hours of free-flow delicious wines, beer and soft drinks, entertainment, guest speakers and an auction with an array of exciting high fashion, household, artworks and many more!

Single ticket cost: $1,500

Table cost: $16,000 per table of 12 (saving of $2,000 vs single priced tickets)

To Book



Phone: 5689 2272 or 5236 7960

This promises to be a really fun and worthwhile event. Book a ticket or table and tell your friends!


About ChickenSoup Foundation

ChickenSoup Foundation serves over 1,100 children aged between 3 and 18 years. Many of the children that ChickenSoup Foundation supports live in poverty, sharing small subdivided flats (caged homes) and many of the children are diligently reviewed by social service workers and school administrators. ChickenSoup Foundation strives to provide children with strength & hope by providing regular support in education, health and inspiration to heal their body, mind and soul to build a sustainable future.

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