Tai Kwun itself is set to shine in September with the unveiling of a whole new open-air experience every evening starting from the Mid-Autumn Festival. InnerGlow converts the Parade Ground into a 3D wonderland of animated projections as our grand old Barrack Block takes on human form-a world-weary dowager whose drowsy slumber and unreliable memories evoke nostalgia, pride, drama, excitement and rebirth in a series of reminiscences which dreamily blur fact and fiction. InnerGlow is the whimsical dessert of a 3-course evening in Tai Kwun which starts with a relaxed happy hour of jazz or world music (Chilled Steps) followed by full immersion into the vivid imagination of Pipilotti Rist (Behind Your Eyelid) and concluding after sundown in the Parade Ground, ideally with a drink and a snack. In November, Tai Kwun traces the stories of invisible women in Gender & Space giving voice to the silent generations of women in the private and public spaces of old Hong Kong. The comfort, solace and healing power of music is the theme of the Prison Yard Festival when the historic granite walls resonate with Music from within.