Isango Ensemble + Young Vic: A Man of Good Hope

24 February 2018, Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts. I am finding it quite difficult to find the right words to reflect on this vibrant (though slightly too long) piece of theatre. The harsh realities and issues raised juxtaposed with the celebratory South African style in which it was presented meant that I left … More Isango Ensemble + Young Vic: A Man of Good Hope


10 February 2018, IFC Cinema, Hong Kong, screening of Young Vic’s 2016 production of Yerma Young Vic continues to create some of the most ingenious and ambitions sets.  This time, the whole production of Yerma happened within a glass box. Physically, it allowed the encircled audience to peer into the private lives of the protagonists … More Yerma


31 January 2017, Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts It always intrigues me how some shows speak to some and not to others. Like Cats. I have actually at multiple moments in my life thought why is Cats such an appeal? For this show to be doing it’s nth world tour, surely most people around … More Cats

Lula del Ray

27 October 2017, ArtisTree, Hong Kong This show was a product of an incredibly impressive amount of coordination. An array of video footage, two overhead projectors, three person live band, four puppeteers who also contributed their own shadows, and what must’ve been hundreds of set and puppet pieces. This show is created by Manual Cinema, … More Lula del Ray

Burning Man

It’s been a few weeks since my first Burning Man experience, and (to the dismay of some of my friends) I still can’t stop talking and thinking about it 😀 It’s an impossible task to explain what it was like, and how the experience has changed the way I think. But I do want to … More Burning Man