Date and Venue
8-10.3.2019 (Fri-Sun) 3:00pm
9.3.2019 (Sat) 7:45pm
Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium

15-16.3.2019 (Fri-Sat) 3:00pm
Youth Sqaure Y Theatre

Tickets

HK$20

“Tsiek 
tsiek 
and
 again 
tsiek 
tsiek, Mulan 
weaves
 facing
 the 
door. You
 don’t 
hear 
the
 shuttle’s 
sound, you 
only 
hear 
Daughter’s 
sighs……”Mulan is a legendary figure, who was originally described in a classic Chinese poem known as The Ballad of Mulan. She was a peasant girl who disguised as a man to join the army in place of her aged father. Over time, the story of Mulan rose in popularity as a folktale and widely taught in schools. Hong Kong Dance Company adapted this well-known folktale into dance. Providing student with new learning experience towards Chinese literature and virtue through Chinese dance, our professional dancers are ready to lead all of you to the world of Mulan!

Conducted in Cantonese

Programme duration is about 1 hour and 15 minutes without intermission

*Performance on 17 March is CANCELLED due to technical reasons

Arrangements for affected audiences are as follows:

1. Changing to other performances [15 March 3pm (Fri) OR 16 March (Sat) 3pm]: 
Please keep the intact tickets and contact HKDC on or before 8 March 2019

2. Refund: 
Please return the intact tickets and refund application form to HKDC on or before 10 April 2019. 
- Download refund application form:
 
http://www.hkdance.com/materials/Download/Refund%20form_v1r1.pdf 

Telephone No.: 3103 1806 | E-mail: hkdance@hkdance.com

Late applications will not be accepted. Thank you for your kind attention and we apologize for any inconvenience caused. 


8-10.3.2019 (Fri-Sun) 3:00pm
9.3.2019 (Sat) 7:45pm
Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium

15-16.3.2019 (Fri-Sat) 3:00pm
Youth Sqaure Y Theatre

Tickets

HK$20

 

“Tsiek 
tsiek 
and
 again 
tsiek 
tsiek, Mulan 
weaves
 facing
 the 
door. You
 don’t 
hear 
the
 shuttle’s 
sound, you 
only 
hear 
Daughter’s 
sighs……”Mulan is a legendary figure, who was originally described in a classic Chinese poem known as The Ballad of Mulan. She was a peasant girl who disguised as a man to join the army in place of her aged father. Over time, the story of Mulan rose in popularity as a folktale and widely taught in schools. Hong Kong Dance Company adapted this well-known folktale into dance. Providing student with new learning experience towards Chinese literature and virtue through Chinese dance, our professional dancers are ready to lead all of you to the world of Mulan!

Conducted in Cantonese

Programme duration is about 1 hour and 15 minutes without intermission

*Performance on 17 March is CANCELLED due to technical reasons

Arrangements for affected audiences are as follows:

1. Changing to other performances [15 March 3pm (Fri) OR 16 March (Sat) 3pm]: 
Please keep the intact tickets and contact HKDC on or before 8 March 2019

2. Refund: 
Please return the intact tickets and refund application form to HKDC on or before 10 April 2019. 
- Download refund application form:
 http://www.hkdance.com/materials/Download/Refund%20form_v1r1.pdf 

Telephone No.: 3103 1806 | E-mail: hkdance@hkdance.com

Late applications will not be accepted. Thank you for your kind attention and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.