The TK16 series, which tells the stories of the 16 historic buildings located in the Central Police Station compound, begins with the Barrack Block, the site’s oldest police building. Step through the door adorned with a “TK 16” sign on 1/F to experience this heritage building from various perspectives. Walking along the old staircase, you can explore the spaces where policemen once relaxed after work.
Portraying the banal daily lives of new urban residents that left behind traditional living arrangements for the comfort of the city, Cao Fei’s “Haze and Fog” is a new take on zombie movies set in modern China.
Get ready to be dazzled by Gandini Juggling's beautiful new show Sigma. Performed by a virtuosic cast led by the award-winning choreographer Seeta Patel, Sigma is a sensational mix of shadowy plays, fun use of mirrors, breathtaking patterns and magical juggling. This family-friendly show’s exquisite choreography, seductive percussion-driven score and cool backdrop of multimedia projections is guaranteed to stimulate your imagination.
Tai Kwun boasts many hidden talents. This Christmas, six artists, design masters and maestros will host a series of Christmas workshops. Over two holiday weekends, you can sign up to make your own bowtie, ceramic decorations, or handpress greeting cards under the guidance of these talents. Besides learning the craft at hand, you’ll also get to meet the tutors and their artform—up close and personal in an artistic Christmas!
Join “Salute to Kwan Kung” Guided Tours to discover this legendary historical figure and explore his fascinating relationship with Tai Kwun, the disciplinary forces and Hong Kong people.
Poking fun at the concept of Freudian lack, Naomi Uman’s “Removed” uses nail polish remover and household bleach to physically erase the female body from old porn footage. Similar fantasy bodies also appear in Donoso’s “Casa Roshell”, which follows male crossdressers roaming free inside the haven created by Roshell and Lilana.
Complete a thrill-packed family fun day with one of Australia’s hottest and most original circus troupe. In this award-winning and rollicking show, 6 young acrobats go beyond their physical limits with supreme acrobatic ability and skills. Featuring sheer physical virtuosity and fun-filled interactions enjoyed by children and adults alike, A Simple Space is where talent and creativity shine through in a celebration of strength, playfulness, friendship and boisterous fun.
Inspired by the materials, textures and shapes of the Central Police Station compound, the Tai Kwun Store collection presents an array of everyday basics which are made of carefully chosen materials and which reference the colours of the site’s architectural features.