Keeping Up to date with Contemporary Art!

Keeping Up to date with Contemporary Art!

Visiting Damien Hirst’s exhibition ‘Visual Candy vs Natural History’ at Gagosian Gallery made me wonder about the connections we find between contemporary art and science. Hirst is known for his installations, sculptures, paintings and drawings that explore these connections. This exhibition showed Hirst’s pickled animals, and decapitated heads that were surrounded by vibrant, coloured oil paintings. It was inspiring, thought provoking and interesting. What projects have you done that connect art and science?

Tell us about what exhibitions you have seen recently!

Hermione Macmillan,
Programme designer/
facilitator of Sketchbook Studies &
Painting at CMW

Peter Pan tickets on sale now!!!

Peter Pan tickets on sale now!!!

Peter Pan tickets are on sale now at all Urbtix outlets and online at: For credit card telephone bookings please call 2111-5999. You can also grab tickets through the Urbtix mobile ticketing app, My URBTIX on Android, iPhone, and iPad.

Grab your tickets early for the show you want! You don’t want to miss to miss it! See you February 10 -11, 2018 at 7:30pm or catch the matinee on February 11, 2018 at 2:00pm.

Daryl Walker,
Head of Performing
Art/Director of CMW Centre Stage
Production 2018

NEW: Music Workshops at Colour My World!

NEW: Music Workshops at Colour My World!

‘Tis the season for song and making merry!

We are pleased to announce that Music performance, Lyric composition and Sound Recording workshops will be coming to Colour My World this December and January as part of our Christmas and New Year’s Holiday camps.

Led by professional sound master and engineer (Tonmeister) Roy Cheung, participants ages 6 years and up can learn how to sing in both solo and group contexts, set lyrics to music and much more. At the end of each workshop, your mini-maestro will be able to make a professional sound recording of their performance, which you can download and share with family and friends!

Workshop dates run on: 20-22 Dec, 27-29 Dec and 3-5 Jan, from 10.00 am – 11.15 am (10 years +) and from 11.30am – 12.45pm (6-9 years).

For more details on individual music workshops,
please click and open our online guide below!

Oz!: Reimagined COMING SOON!

Oz!: Reimagined COMING SOON!

Oz! Reimagined is less than a month away and we are gearing up for our best production yet! Everyone knows the story of Oz, but this time it’s a little different…

Re-imagined by the creative spirit of Director Daryl Walker, this children’s classic tale is being taken on with a new, modern twist. Set in many familiar locations around Hong Kong, this production is sure to catch the imagination of its young performers and audiences alike, with clever use of costumery, back-drops and props that give Walker’s vision a distinctly local flavour.

This year’s distinctive show-poster (above) was also designed by show co-director James Gold, who drew inspiration from both local and fantastical elements to create a stunning visual representation of the show’s unique modern twist and steam-punk inspired dilapidation.

This showstopper is full of catchy musical numbers and spell-binding acting performances by our very young performers, with some of the best vocal performances ever to have been part of our productions. We are especially looking forward to some of the rip-rousing solos by the cowardly lion, tin-man, Dorothy and others – we promise you won’t be disappointed!

Oz! Reimagined is the latest offering in our long line of annual full-length theatrical productions under our ‘Centre-stage’ Youth Theatre programme for young performers aged 6 – 16 years. For more information on Colour My World Youth Theatre Programmes, visit: /annual-centre-stage-production/

Oz!: Reimagined hits the stage in Y-Theatre, Chai Wan on 19 & 20 February 2017. Tickets go on sale Feb 2nd 2017 on – don’t forget to book yours early to avoid disappointment!

Act-Out! A Whole New World with Aladdin

ACT-OUT! Welcome to the Casbah – where mystery and magic are all around! Directed by James Gold, this week’s Art and Drama summer camp was inspired by the colourful world of Aladdin, where kids learned some new skills in movement, gesture and characterization, all while making their very own magic carpets and lamps to take home!

But it’s not over yet…we have 8 more weeks of fun and frolics to go! And this week’s show is one of our favourites…Harry Potter!

Don’t miss out, sign-ups are always welcome!

Call us: 2580.5028 or email: for more details.