Jockey Club Hand in Hand Capable Theatre Inclusive Experience Programme – Inclusive Experience @ Tai Kwun

Jockey Club Hand in Hand Capable Theatre Inclusive Experience Programme – Inclusive Experience @ Tai Kwun

Date & Time

16 - 22 Jan, 2022 Refer to programme details


F Hall


Free of charge


Presented by

Funded by
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

Event Venue Partner
Tai Kwun

Programme Cancellation Notice

The programme “Jockey Club Hand in Hand Capable Theatre Inclusive Experience Programme – Inclusive Experience @ Tai Kwun” to be held on 16 to 22 Jan 2022 have been cancelled until further notice. Please contact organiser for enquiries. Thank you for your understanding.

This interactive journey constructs specific scenes where the general public can learn and understand the needs of people with different disabilities through alternative experiences. The journey is divided into three parts. First, participants will “feel” the world using visually-impaired people’s point of view. Then they will try to use legs to listen to music and use hands to speak. Finally, they will complete an assigned task under certain body constraints. Different knowledge of disabilities are infiltrated throughout the journey. At the same time, by putting themselves in disabled people’s shoes, the journey arouses participants’ reflection on the idea of inclusion and as a result learn to respect and appreciate people with different abilities.

Date and Time

16 – 22.01.2022│11:15am, 12:15pm, 2:15pm, 3:45pm, 4:45pm, 6:45pm, 7:45pm & 8:45pm
17 – 22.01.2022│10:15am
19 – 22.01.2022│1:15pm & 5:45pm

Creative and Production Team

Artistic Concept: Renson Chan, Jo Ngai
Space Design: Cheung Lik Hang
Sound Design: Fung Chin Lung
Production Manager: Joyi Tsang
Deputy Producer: Kevin Cheung
Graphic Design: Bertam


  • The event is conducted in Cantonese and approximately 50 mins for each session.
  • Suitable for aged 10 and above.
  • For better experience, each session can accommodate maximum of 2 wheelchair users.
  • No latecomer will be admitted.
  • The event consists of dark and confined spaces, participants are advised to consider his / her own physical condition before enrolling
  • All participants must follow the latest health and safety regulations.
  • The event is subject to change without prior notice. The Presenter reserves the right to make the final decision regarding the arrangements.
  • In light of the latest health and safety regulations, the event is subject to change. Please stay tuned for the latest updates on The Nonsensemakers website.
  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council fully supports freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this project do not represent the stand of the Council.
  • All the content of works are independently produced by the organiser/ creative team, and do not reflect the views or opinions of the Project nor the Funder.

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The Nonsensemakers - Hand in Hand Capable Theatre

In 2013, The Nonsensemakers received the grant from the Labour and Welfare Bureau’s Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) HKSAR Government. The troupe sets up a subsidiary named “Hand in Hand Capable Theatre” (HIH), a pioneer which aims to foster mutual understanding among people with different abilities (including visual impairment, hearing difficulty, physically handicap, ex-mentally illness and able-bodied people) through theatre arts. The HIH is the first inclusive theatre in Hong Kong that combines different abilities. The troupe believes theatre training and performance can bring both able-bodied and disabled people together, and also promote social inclusion, while enhancing public understanding of different people’s talents. The HIH receives a three-year funding from Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust starting from 2016 to continue the project.