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Titus Andronicus 2.0

This is probably the goriest of Shakespeare’s works. The play was taken on tour to six cities in Europe and Asia. Director Tang Shu-wing takes an audacious and ground-breaking approach in presenting the revenge classic of the Roman General Titus by storytelling in physical theatre with live music and body language. (This programme contains contents which some audience members may find disturbing and is suitable for ages 12 or above.) Continue Reading

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Voice Looping Workshop by Melissa Oliveira

Attention singers! Want to get a taste of voice looping during a live performance just like Ed Sheeran does? Want to learn about a refreshing approach to live looping while maintaining the spirit of jazz? An Australian-Portuguese jazz singer, Melissa Oliveira, who has conducted workshops, masterclasses and toured throughout Europe, is going to explore with them the different ways in using a loop station which has proven to be quite successful with singers. Continue Reading

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Mika China Tour 2016

Of course MIKA is back. The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter’s been itching to return, and MIKA’s second China tour will feature double the glee, double the glitter, and double the singalongs. He and his full entourage will leave a technicolour pop trail through a long-awaited Shenzhen date (Feb 23) and two shows in Shanghai (Feb 25 and 26). Continue Reading

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The Hacker (France) @ DADA BEIJING

The Hacker (France)

Around the turn of the millennium, a mysterious French producer going by the name The Hacker (named after a Jeff Mills song) put out new music blending classic electro sounds with Detroit techno, 80s New Wave, and early rave music – a curious mix of dark sounds and tongue-in-cheek humor. He teamed up with singer Miss Kitten, got signed by DJ Hell’s label, and their sound of “electro-clash” went global and influenced club, indie,  and cutting-edge pop music for the decade. The Hacker is back, and we’re excited to host his first ever, and only, China appearance. Continue Reading