Sai Kung Bulldogs’ second summer football trial workshop, the Royal Ballet of Cambodia’s performances and Shrewsbury’s Open House are in full swing this week. Read on to find out more exciting events!
UNTIL AUG 23
Home Kong Exhibition in YellowKorner
As part of the city’s ongoing celebration of Establishment Day, YellowKorner is showcasing Hong Kong’s vibrant street life in a photographic tour of both its most famous and most underappreciated spaces. The exhibition presents urban street photography of Hong Kong by internationally acclaimed artists such as Laurent Dequick and Jorg Dickmann, as well as local talent Andy Yeung.
Free, 58 Hollywood Road and PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central.
AUG 23, 26
A non-contact sport where two teams compete to score a puck in a swimming pool.
Players are equipped with fins, snorkel masks, and mini hockey sticks in this dynamic game. The Hong Kong Underwater Hockey Association has meets twice a week in the Island School swimming pool.
Shrewsbury International School Open House
Founded in 1552, the Shrewsbury School originated from the UK is set to open a new international school near LOHAS Park in August 2018. Applications are open for kids between the ages of 3 and 11.
After a series of full house open house sessions this year, the school will be organising four more sessions this month. If you’d like to know more about the school’s philosophy and curriculum, be sure to register in advance.
The schedule is as followed:
- Thursday, 24 August – 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
General overview covering all year groups
‘Les Étoiles du Ballet’ by the Royal Ballet of Cambodia
Performing for the first time in Hong Kong and attended by Her Royal Highness Princess Norodom Buppha Devi and His Royal Highness Prince Sisowath Tesso, the royal performances will feature 14 elite dancers selected from the hundreds of hopefuls who apply each year. The royal ballet is an official UNESCO Intangible Heritage with more than 1000 years of history and association with the Khmer people of Cambodia.
8pm, Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, $200-300, urbtix.hk.
Mix It Up summer workshop
Undertake a creative adventure in these reading and art sessions inspired by Hervé Tullet’s interactive children’s books. Each child leaves with a paint kit worth $100. $280 per kid and parent. Every Sunday 3-5pm.
Unit S513, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central. Register at putyourself.in. Call 21552282 for more details.
Free Summer Football Trial Workshop
UNTIL Aug 28
IFC mall is collaborating with Japanese art collective teamLab to present an interactive digital installation that promises to offer visitors one-of-a-kind spectacle. Watch your drawings instantly come to life from 2D sketches to movable 3D digital installations in this groundbreaking artistic project.
Suitable for all ages and sessions need to be reserved at the Sketch Town ticket counter, ifc.com.hk/sketchtown.