Hong Kong: Performing arts carnivals set

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Sha Tin and Tuen Mun town halls' 35th anniversary, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department will present 25 · 35 Performing Arts Carnivals from May to December.

The carnivals will be presented at Tuen Mun Town Hall, Sha Tin Town Hall, Tsuen Wan Town Hall, Yuen Long Theatre and Kwai Tsing Theatre.

The first carnival will be held at Tuen Mun Town Hall from 2pm to 5pm on May 29. Various artists and performing groups will offer a wide range of free performing arts programmes.

Performances include original music, songs and choreography with the theme of Dance with Hope presented by DancingAndy and Artists; an a cappella performance with rearranged enchanting pieces and folk songs by Yat Po Singers; a cinematic music experience with live effects and soul music showcased by Endor by Drip Music, which brings the audience to the high streets and lanes of Hong Kong.

They also include a musical by the Actors' Family, which runs through their classic musical original songs, showcasing the quintessence of Hong Kong culture; a music performance of Jazzical by Music Lab featuring rearranged classical music pieces with inspiration from jazz; and contemporary ballet and Uyghur dances by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts School of Dance.

Other carnival performances and activities include a Cantonese operatic musical, music and dance performances, children's literary theatre and exhibitions.

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