《物體不明》: 日常不平常

十一月二日,下午一時正,在熙來攘往的大堂內,人來人往間,一場演出正悄然發生。一段對話,沙啞的人聲,宣告《物體不明》演出正式開始。耳內聽到演員的對話,卻看不見演員的真身。尋尋覓覓,人群奇妙地散開,原來,兩名演員就在遠處的玻璃窗旁邊。誰知他們是否一直站在那,等待觀眾的發現?Click story headline to read more ☝

Human Body Parts: Pushing the boundaries of polite performances

By Ambrose Li Outbursts of laughter and screams from children and adults alike have been haunting the sleek office lobbies at Taikoo Place over the Halloween weekend, thanks to six giant puppets of disembodied human body parts. This isn’t a Halloween trick-or-treat but immersive theatre. Human Body Parts (HBP) by Melbourne-based Snuff Puppets was brought … Continue reading Human Body Parts: Pushing the boundaries of polite performances

The Gatling Gun Revival: Why low expectation is the best expectation for indie musicians in Hong Kong

    By Ada Fong and Ronny Cheung On a sunny Saturday afternoon, many families are picnicking at Taikoo Park and enjoying the beautiful autumn weather. Barefoot children happily dance around in circles on the grass to the strong indie rock rhythms of Hong Kong band The Gatling Gun Revival (GGR). This seems an atypical … Continue reading The Gatling Gun Revival: Why low expectation is the best expectation for indie musicians in Hong Kong

Seasoned journalists and critics join ‘CJC x Freespace at Taikoo Place’

Performing arts critic Jass Leung and lifestyle editor Esther Ng will be mentoring eight CJC reporters during CJC's brand new Autumn Programme CJC x Freespace at Taikoo Place.  Performing arts critic Felix Chan, SCMP's senior editor Yonden Lhatoo and Gillian Yau, producer at RTHK also come on board as guest mentors. In collaboration with Swire … Continue reading Seasoned journalists and critics join ‘CJC x Freespace at Taikoo Place’