Experience international performances in one awesome location
Hong Kong is building quite a name for itself as a cultural hub and attracts a crop of international theatre and music shows. This January sees the Udderbelly Festival arrive and set up at the Central Harbourfront. The location itself is quite the jaw dropper, with prime open views of the harbour and the festival mascot – a giant upside-down purple cow, Violet, who actually doubles as a performance venue.
Founded at the Edinburgh Fringe, Scotland’s famous theatre festival, Udderbelly brings a whole range of family and adult entertainment into town. From Britain’s stand-up comedians to stage adaptations of popular kids’ stories, there’s plenty parading the stages throughout January. Check out http://www.udderbelly.asia/ to see exactly what’s on when.
My staff will be only too happy to help you buy tickets. Give them a shout (or a heckle if you are in the mood) and they’ll arrange your seats.