Editor's picks

Venus in Fur

We speak to the cast and director of the critically acclaimed play

A Clockwork Orange

The all-male cast of A Clockwork Orange hits the stage

Review: Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina is an emotional tour de force

Dream of the Red Chamber

The Chinese literary classic is being dramatically adapted for the stage

Review: The Flying Dutchman

Everyone deserves a bit of Wagner

Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Australia's popular cabaret festival comes to town

Review: Starlight Express

The show strikes all the right chords in its dazzling campy glory

Starlight Express

Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical rolls into town

Review: Forever Crazy

Le Crazy Horse is a rollicking good show

The Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare's Globe's The Taming of the Shrew hits Hong Kong

Review: Swan Lake

HK Ballet's Swan Lake charms crowds

The Professor

James Bien speaks to scriptwriter Candace Chong and director Chan Cheuk Wai about their play The Professor

Avenue Q

Everyone’s favourite hellraising puppets are here!

Le Crazy Horse

Paris' favourite cabaret act takes to the stage this autumn

Romeo and Juliet by Geneva Ballet

Anna Cummins talks Shakespeare and love with choreographer Joëlle Bouvier

The Buying Game

Noel Pong rethinks shopping with an impressionistic piece.

Dirty Dancing

We talk to the cast and crew of the most uplifting musical to arrive this summer.

Le French May Arts Festival

We pick out 10 highlights of the festival's 21st edition.

Green Snake

The National Theatre of China reworks the White Snake legend with its Scottish counterpart.

Einstein on the Beach

Robert Wilson and Philip Glass unleash their monumental masterpiece.


Circle of Eleven presents an off-the-wall one-man show.

One Man, Two Guvnors

National Theatre goes for your funnybone.

Myth of Fox

Judgment day for man’s misdemeanours… at the Venetian.

Hong Kong Arts Festival 2013: Theatre

We pick out five international productions you shouldn’t miss.

Field of Dreams

When football meets musical.

Hong Kong People’s Fringe Festival

Our arts community's first step in replicating the Edinburgh Fringe

The Missing Case of a Doomsday Travell

On&On Theatre Workshop rehearses a doomsday scenario.

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap

The murder mystery celebrates its diamond anniversary with a Hong Kong run.

Eighteen Springs

Zuni Icosahedron goes experimental with a new adaptation of Eileen Chang’s heartbreaking tale.

Strip Teaser 2012

What exactly do fashion and contemporary dance have to do with each other?

Nine Songs

Lin Hwai-min talks to us as Cloud Gate goes on tour for a revival of one of its most iconic works.