From food fairs to art exhibitions, there's no shortage of events to fill your diary with this weekend.
1. Delve into drama
The Beauty Queen of Leenane
The final weekend of the Hong Kong Arts Festival presents one of Ireland's best contemporary theatre productions, The Beauty Queen of Leenane. Both hilarious and grim, the play follows the lives of a bickering mother and daughter. It won four Tony Awards in 1998 and showcases an award-winning cast.
March 15-19. 2.30pm;7.30pm. Lyric Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Wan Chai. hk.artsfestival.org
2. Grab a bite to eat
Taste of Hong Kong
After a successful first run, the second edition of Taste of Hong Kong returns to Central Harbourfront this weekend. Showcasing the best of Hong Kong's vibrant F&B scene, the food fair will host chefs and tastings from some of the best restaurants in town, including Amber, Duddell's and Zuma.
March 16-20. Central Harbourfront, Central, Hong Kong. hongkong.tastefestivals.com
3. Dance the night away
MO Sound-Bites: Autograf
MO Bar launches its new series of dance music nights in collaboration with music promoter Jason Swamy to bring the hottest dance artists and DJs to Hong Kong. Kicking off the series is Chicago-based band Autograf, whose tropical house music has included remixes of Stevie Wonder and Lorde.
March 17. 9pm. Landmark Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark, Central, Hong Kong.
4. Celebrate an architectural icon
Zaha Hadid: There Should Be No End to Experimentation
Presented by Swire Properties in collaboration with London's Serpentine Galleries and Zaha Hadid Design, this exhibition showcases a collection of the late Hadid's early, unseen paintings. The award-winning architect was honoured with a DBE in 2012 for her innovative buildings, which include the Innovation Tower at Hong Kong Polytechnic University,.
March 17-April 6. ArtisTree, Taikoo Place, Hong Kong. arts.swireproperties.com
5. Kick off art week with an art show
Asia Contemporary Art Show
The 10th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show arrives this weekend with over 3,000 original artworks, limited edition pieces, photograph collections and sculpture. Featuring both new and established artists, this year's presentation also includes two new sections: China Perspectives and Artist Projects.
March 18-20. Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong. ticketflap.com
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