Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Hong Kong is where Chinese and Western cultures merge on a cosmopolitan stage, with many heritage and creative venues playing host to a myriad of exhibitions and performances.

Hong Kong Cultural Centre
It is the prime venue for a variety of cultural activities including world-class concerts, operas, dance, drama, theatre and musical productions.
Broadway Cinematheque
Broadway Cinematheque is one of the most popular venues for film fans and it hosts a series of film festivals.
The West Kowloon Cultural District
The West Kowloon Cultural District is an upcoming arts and cultural hub located at a dramatic harbour-front site in the heart of Hong Kong.
Yau Ma Tei Theatre
Yau Ma Tei Theatre is a graded historical building designated for promoting Chinese opera activities, in particular Cantonese opera.
Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)
It was once a factory building and it provides an array of art forms and witness the development of contemporary art.
Hong Kong City Hall
Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong’s first purpose-built cultural complex served as a prime performance venue for various cultural and arts activities.
The Fringe Club
The Fringe Club was the Old Dairy Farm Depot. Today it hosts the annual Fringe Festival, and runs visual arts exhibitions and a theatre.
The Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre
The Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre provides well-equipped studios for artists practising in the field of sculpture, printmaking and ceramics. The centre includes space for exhibitions.
InnoCentre
InnoCentre was former Industry Technology Centre and is converted to attract the best local and international design names into one location.