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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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HKU Malaysian Cultural Night 2016

What is the first thing you think of when you hear of Malaysia? The Petronas Twin Towers? Mount Kinabalu? Durians? This year, they will show you a side of Malaysia that is found slightly off the beaten track – the “Kampung” side. Kampung, meaning village, in the Malay language is a traditional kind of homestead. Before the skyscrapers and brick walls came along, Kampungs were about the only form of housing back about 500 years ago. Think paddy fields, wooden houses and children running barefoot in the mud! Continue Reading