28 - 29.7.2017 (Fri - Sat) 7:45pm
30.7.2017 (Sun) 3:00pm
Yuen Long Theatre Auditorium
$240 $180 $120 $80

4 - 5 August 2017 (Fri - Sat) 7:45pm

Limited Tickets!
6 August 2017 (Sun) 3:00pm
Limited Tickets!

Additional Performance 5 August 2017 (Sat) 3:00pm BOOK NOW!
Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium
$280 $220 $160 $100

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Pre-performance Family Workshops
Online Application: bit.ly/lungfungworkshop
Enquiries: 3103 1810 
Fee: $50 for each child (FREE for parents)
*Standard ticket holder of "Dim Sum Adventures @ Lung Fung Teahouse 2.0" - FREE to join!
Workshops suitable for ages 3-12. Limited space, first-come-first-served.

【Dim Sum Summer Steps Dance Workshop
Exciting excerpts from “Dim Sum Adventures @ Lung Fung Teahouse 2.0” will be taught by professional tutor of the Hong Kong Dance Company, enjoy the summer with funny dim sum steps!

29.7.2017 (Sat) 2:30pm -3:30pm
30.7.2007 (Sun) 11:00am – 12:00pm
Foyer, Yuen Long Theatre




Learning Yum Cha Culture + Dim Sum Accessory Handmade Workshop
Explore the stories behind the Cantonese yum cha culture and bring a handmade dim sum accessory home!
Partners: Yum Cha Together & Tung Chung Healthy and Happy Association
23.7.2017 (Sun) 2:30pm – 4:00pm  
CANCEL - due to Typhoon Signal No. 8 is hoisted
29.7.2017 (Sat) 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Foyer, Yuen Long Theatre


Steaming hot buns, freshly brewed tea.
We’ve got a table at Lung Fung for you!


The Hong Kong Dance Company Children’s and Youth Troupes along with professional dancers will take over the delicious world of Cantonese dim sum, bringing their dance talent to a heartwarming tale full of laugh-out-loud moments.

Featuring dancing teacups, saucers and dim sums, this story explores the city’s yum cha culture, which has tied generations of Hongkongers together. Grandma, an excellent dim sum chef who built her own teahouse, Lung Fung, which is always full to the brim. But still, popularity can’t fight rocketing rent.

On its final day, Grandma’s greatest wish is to sip tea and enjoy dim sum at Lung Fung with her granddaughter. Alas, the little girl is caught between tutorials and exams, leaving Grandma disappointed.

Two pieces of dim sum feel sorry for
Grandma, and take her granddaughter back to the high time of teahouse culture. Filled with reminiscence and great excitement, the young girl even gets to meet her Grandma in her youth!


Concept/Artistic Coordinator/Choreographer
Xie Yin

Artistic Coordinators
Cai Fei,
Ke Zhiyong, Carmen Yau

Choreographers
Cai Fei,
Ke Zhiyong, He Chaoya, Zhan Qian, He Yongning, Tsai Yuen-on, Chan Kin-chiu, Lee Hoi-tung, Kong Lai-ming, Zhang Yan, Hu Xiaoou

Instructors
Carmen Yau, Li Xiaomeng, Kwong Lai-ping, Libby Liu, Wong Kuk-li, Wong Cheng-meng, Iris Sun, Tang Xin, Tung Ka-wing, Leung Hiu-lam

Guest Performer
Helen Tam

Playwright/Lyricist
Wong Haoran

Theatre Instructor
Mandy Yiu

Music Director & Composer/Lyricist
Ben Cheung

Set Designer
Angelica Fung

Costume Designer
Bacchus Lee

(By kind permission of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts)

Lighting Designer
Alice Kwong

Digital Image Designer
Jason Wong 

International Arts Carnival 2017 programme



Creative Partner



 


Pre-performance Activities

Dim Sum Steamer Party Look Design Competition

Result Announcement

Time
Winners will be notified individually by 23 June

Detail