5 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In June 2021
The temperature is rising in the city and the heat is borderline unbearable, but we’ve found tons of great events happening in Hong Kong that might just lure you out of the house to make the most of your free time.
Editor’s note: Social distancing rules are currently in force for various businesses and venues in Hong Kong, please make sure you follow the latest government guidelines and be responsible when participating in public events. All the events mentioned in the article are still happening on the date of original publication, please refer to the event organisers’ official websites and social media platforms for the latest information.
1/5 Adoption day at The Murray Hotel
When: June 5
Where: The Arches, 1/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong
What: Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation is hosting a dog adoption event at The Murray this weekend. Visitors will be able to meet adorable pups that are looking for a forever home and discover a range of new goods for sale, along with other vendors selling luxurious pet supplies. If you’re planning to bring your furry friend to the market, be sure to also book an afternoon tea at the hotel for a memorable experience. The tea is priced at HK$380 per person and dog duo.
Find out more about event here
2/5 Dim sum cinema at Madame Fu
When: Every Sunday at 6pm
Where: Madame Fu
What: Fancy a stylish movie experience complete with delicious food and drinks? Gather your friends and head to Madame Fu for a fun-filled evening. Every Sunday, the restaurant will be hosting a movie screening with a variety of dim sum, snacks, tapas and popcorn offered upon request.
Contact the restaurant by phone or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to check the movie list and make your reservations here
Find out more at facebook.com/MadameFuGrandCafe
3/5 BaseHall Presents: Enter The Drag On
When: June 12
What: Following the huge success of its Drag Bingo night in March, multi-concept food hall BaseHall shakes up Hong Kong’s dining scene once again with the launch of Drag Brunch Series. Giving a tongue-in-cheek nod to Bruce Lee’s iconic feature film “Enter The Dragon”, the inaugural brunch event will be hosted by Hong Kong’s top drag queens including Madame Mincemeat and XXXotica, with more similar brunch events happening in August October and December.
Guests can expect a fun afternoon of games, kiki-ing and lip-syncing galore, accompanied by a brunch experience featuring Basehall’s top-notch food and drink offerings.
Purchase tickets at eventbrite.hk
4/5 Hong Kong Ballet: Romeo & Juliet
Date: June 18-20
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Grand Theatre
What: Hong Kong Ballet presents a modern take on Shakespeare’s classic tragic tale, Romeo & Juliet. Featuring unique sets infused with 1960s Hong Kong street life elements and gorgeous costumes, accompanied by Septime Webre’s original choreography, the performance is guaranteed to impress.
Purchase tickets at urbtix.hk
See also: Hong Kong Ballet's Artistic Director Septime Webre On Reimagining Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
5/5 HK Phil: BBC Planet Earth II Live in Concert
When: June 18-19
Where: Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Concert Hall
What: Music and movie lovers, this one’s for you. Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will be hosting a concert dedicated to BBC’s Planet Earth II series, where audiences can admire striking animal photography while enjoying beautiful music by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea and Jasha Klebe.
Purchase tickets at ticketflap.com
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