Public health and safety first
The 1st of December marks the beginning of a new programme season in Tai Kwun. From enthralling performances and inspiring exhibitions to family events and intimate shows, Tai Kwun is committed to offer the best heritage and arts experiences despite ongoing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Under new Government regulations, all programmes are suspended from 2 December 2020 until 20 January 2021 to protect the health and safety of our visitors. Please refer to Tai Kwun’s website notifications for the latest programming arrangements.
While programmes are suspended on site, Tai Kwun remains open online. You may click here to view our online content, from the artist video of Jess Lau Ching-Wa in the Tai Kwun Contemporary Artists’ Studio programme, videos of “Discover Tai Kwun" to upcoming performances from "Bring Circus Home", “On Stage Online” and more. We look forward to welcoming you back very soon.
As Tai Kwun spruces up for the festive season, we are delighted to unveil our 2020 winter programme (December 2020 to February 2021). This December, Tai Kwun will transport visitors to a joyful wonderland. Tai Kwun Circus Plays will return with another series of dazzling experiences that will immerse adults and children alike in the magical world of contemporary circus. Besides, solo exhibitions Wet feet __ dry feet: borders and games by renowned artist Francis Alÿs’ and SNEEZE curated by Mika Rottenberg continue, our winter programme also features Way of the Sword: Warrior Traditions in China and Italy, a thrilling mix-media heritage exhibition exploring the rich warrior and sword traditions of China and Italy.
Don’t miss out our third edition of “BOOKED: Hong Kong Art Book Fair” and signature regular programmes such as Tai Kwun Conversations, Afternoon Series, Saturday Music at Laundry Steps, Sunday Movie Steps and Family Day at Tai Kwun Contemporary for a fruitful heritage and arts experiences.