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


23 July and 2 August 2014, IFC Cinema, Hong Kong of National Theatre’s 2011 production of Frankenstein Visceral. An incredible spectacle. I suppose you wouldn’t expect any less from Danny Boyle (director of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony, Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours and Trainspotting). Although familiar with the characters of Frankenstein and the Creature, … More Frankenstein


16 July 2014, Pacific Place Cinema, Hong Kong of Donmar’s 2013-14 production of Coriolanus I’ve been looking for some good theatre to watch and so was excited when I found out that NTLive was airing in Hong Kong! Before this, I had actually never seen NTLive as I guess I’ve never really needed to go … More Coriolanus

An Orchestral Celebration of the Films of Leslie Cheung

19 March 2013, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall Leslie Cheung… what an icon. I remember adoring him when I was very young (and even getting to eat dinner with him as my mum is friends with his sister!). This concert was a musical tribute to him, where the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra performed music … More An Orchestral Celebration of the Films of Leslie Cheung

Pictures Reframed: Leif Ove Andsnes and Robin Rhode

4 December 2009, Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, London I love how there’s an increasing trend in producing cross-artform performances. I love it when different worlds come together. It’s a great ways-in for new audiences, getting us to engage in artforms we might not usually engage in and also stretching our imaginations, asking us to … More Pictures Reframed: Leif Ove Andsnes and Robin Rhode