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Stars' garb

Iconic movie costumes go on show

The Stars, the Silver Screen & the Period Wardrobe exhibition is showcasing 18 movie costumes at the Film Archive until August 13.

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Opera festival to open in June

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will present the 8th Chinese Opera Festival from June 13 to August 13.

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Music training scheme invites recruits

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department Music Office is recruiting intermediate and advanced year-one trainees for its 2017-18 Instrumental Music Training Scheme.

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Library talks set

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will hold a series of talks in this year's Meet-the-Authors programme at public libraries from April to November.

 

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Military concert to be staged

Military bands from the Mainland and overseas will stage a concert in July. 

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Symphonic concerts to be staged

The Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra will stage two concerts in May.

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Kids' science gallery to open

The Science Museum’s new Children’s Gallery will open on April 7.

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Piano quartet to perform

A quartet featuring pianist Warren Lee, violinist Jing Wang, violist Andrew Ling and cellist Richard Bamping will perform in May.

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Elderly drama to be staged

Chung Ying Theatre will stage a drama in April chronicling the lives of the elderly in Sha Tin.

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Cantonese drama to be staged

Veteran Cantonese opera stars will collaborate with young actors to perform a full-length drama in May.

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Dance showcasing cultural heritage set

The Ningbo Song Dance Theatre will perform a dance drama in June.

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Toy expo opens

The Legend of Hong Kong Toys exhibition has opened at the Museum of History.

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HK SciFest 2017 opens

The annual science education programme HK SciFest has opened.

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Tech brings heritage to life

Built in the Qing dynasty by the Tang clan of Ping Shan, the Tang Ancestral Hall in Yuen Long is among the antique structures featured in the “Reminiscences: Life in Hong Kong's Built Heritage” exhibition, presented by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department. Experts from the Antiquities & Monuments Office talk about how advanced technology is used to bring heritage to life. 

 

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