Highlights

Intergenerational Xiqu Journey

The two half-day experience invites seniors aged 60 or above and their younger generations to participate in a series of Cantonese opera activities together, exchanging views, culture, and memories between two generations
15.5-19.6.2021|Xiqu Centre

CrewKids

Join us in an interactive workshop designed for children and learn the technical basics of the theatre, including lighting, sound effects and set and props, and support a technical rehearsal as a member of a real crew team
5-13.6.2021|Freespace

M+ Rover 2020–21

The travelling creative studio has featured Wong Tin Yan’s commissioned work Yes but Why? on its tours to local primary school and community spaces, bringing teachers, students and public a series of learning activities and online educational resources

M+ Guides Volunteer Programme

If you are passionate about learning, sharing, and connecting with the public, it is time to join us as an M+ docent! You will have the opportunity to lead interactive tours that bring our exhibitions and ideas to life

Arts Impact Fellowship 2021

The scheme supports pioneering initiatives that inspire change, community engagement and audience building. Proposals that show innovative potential for social impact and positive change for Hong Kong’s performing arts ecology may be selected for further co-development

Public and Learning Programmes

Get inspired through our workshops, talks and lectures

Performing Arts Internship Programme

If you are passionate about arts and culture, and looking for an internship experience, join the West Kowloon Performing Arts Internship Programme this year to learn about and explore one of the most important cultural projects in Hong Kong

Dear 2021 – Onnie Chan

In anticipation of the new year, Xiqu Centre and Freespace invited some of our long-time partners to share their artistry and their hopes for 2021. We are releasing one new video each day for eleven days, starting on New Year’s Eve

Blog - Performing Arts Development

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