Performing Arts Fun Day 2024 @ Tuen Mun Town Hall

Performing Arts Fun Day @ Tuen Mun Town Hall

Unlock Artistic Brilliance.  Feel its Captivating Allure!

The Performing Arts Fun Day 2024 presents a gala of dazzling top-notch performing arts programmes with music, dance, theatre, contemporary circus and more by talented local young artists.  Join us and immerse yourself on Sunday, 19 May 2024!

19.5.2024 (Sun)

Core Programme
Free Admission

2pm – 5:15pm
Suitable for ages 3 and above



Home Coming 2.0
Welcome to our home, where we will present a diverse a cappella arrangement of different styles of both original and arranged works, demonstrating the versatility and energy of a cappella music.  Let’s enjoy a unique experience of sheer human voices!

Soprano : Wong Hei-man, Wu Kar-yiu Stephanie
Mezzo-Soprano : Vivian Ng
Alto : Ng Lok-man
Tenor : Au Tak-ho
Baritone : Wong Man-ching Andrew
Bass : Ng Long-sum Samuel
Vocal Percussionist : Siu Wing-ue

About the group



La P en V Innovative Dance Platform

Serendipity, an abstract, predetermined tie in any relationship like those “predestined to be friends or to love” in Chinese culture, nurtures the encounter, be it in experiences or human relationships.  The choreographer’s wish is for “serendipity with dance” to manifest itself as a timeless relationship, like an everlasting flow of love in dance.

Déjà Vu
A voice flashed by in my dream, a feeling of déjà vu, is it real or just fantasy?  Have you heard of it?

Naked Soul
Withering leaves scattered all over, and snowflakes swirling in the sky like hovering over the naked soul – what a heart-purifying experience…

Artistic Director/Choreographer : Chong Chan-po
Producer/Assistant Choreographer : Tam Yuk-fong Vivian
Lighting Designer : Chan Pui-yee Claudia
Composer/Sound Designer : Cheung Siu-hung Ben
Stage Manager : Yau Shek-kin
Deputy Stage Manager : Tang Wing-ki Vickie
Videographer : Tsoi Wang-yu Dennis

: Hui Hiu-ying, Chan Yuk-hang Hannah,
  Cheung Hiu-sang, Lau Cheuk-yi,
  Lam Pui-sze, Man Lim-chi,
  Lui Cheuk-ying Jocasta, Lee Lok-yee Ally, 
  Kar Yuen-lam and 12 company dancers

About the group



Class 7A Drama Group

The Gallants
Time to explore the world of classical literature and learn how to become a hero!

The word xia (hero) often conjures up the global superheroes of today.  But did you know that such courageous xiake (knights) have long existed in Chinese literature as well?  How do you become such a knight?  By helping the needy and fighting for justice?  By mastering martial arts and not submitting to aggression?  In fact, it is gallant conduct such as bravery and being righteous that matters most to a knight.

Artistic Director/Playwright : Leung Shing-him (yatyau)
Director : Sit Hoi-fai
Set/Costume Designer : Yuen Yuk-ying Shybil
Composer/Sound Designer : Lai Chi-yung
Lighting Designer : Chan Pui-yee Claudia
Performers : Ben So, Chan Wing-shuen,
    Tam Tsz-ling, Yuen On-ting

About the group


Kung Fu Contemporary Dance and Circus

TS Crew

No Dragon No Lion
Embark on a journey of discovery and transformation of the idea of a unique brotherhood in humanity as part of the Asian culture.  A unique performance showcasing the essence of the traditional form of performing arts and blended with martial arts, tricking, parkour, capoeira, dance and live beatboxing.  This made in Hong Kong kung fu contemporary dance and circus, No Dragon No Lion, received the Asian Arts Award for Best Show from Asian Art Fund Scotland at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022.

Artistic Director/Choreographer : Cho Tak-po
Choreographer : Ng Chung-wai
Producer : Lo Kwan-leong Andy
Rehearsal Master : To Chi-sing
Devising Performers : To Chi-sing, Lau Kai-ho,
    Lui Hak-man, Tsoi Ka-king
Performers : Wong Sin-ki, Chan Wang-lok,
    Wong Chi-chung, Tang Chi-hang
Lighting Designer/Stage Manager : Lai Wing-shan
Project Coordinator/Deputy Stage Manager : Lam Chi-wai Fefe

About the group

Kung Fu Contemporary Dance and Circus

Admission ticket is not required for Auditorium programmes.  Limited seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
The duration of each performance at Auditorium is around 45 minutes.  (For reference only.  The length of each live performance may vary.)


*Fringe Activities
Free admission with tickets

Cultural Activities Hall
2:15pm – 4:30pm
Quota: 260
Suitable for ages 3 and above

2:15pm – 2:35pm

POP Theatre

With LOVE Pop TheatreVenue Partner
The programme begins with movements and music to exhibit the diversity of performing arts.  Then, original children's drama Monsters will be introduced in the form of storytelling, followed by a performance of its excerpt, which shows how love connects people.

Director : Chan Wing-chuen
Performers : Cheung Chi-kit, Qin Yu, Tang Kiu

About the group


2:40pm – 3:40pm

Zenneth KOK

In Your Sight, In Your Mind
Digital magic incorporates videos, animations, screens and other digital equipment into the performance of tricks, opening the door to a whole new world of creative ways of presentation beyond the confines of traditional magic.  Mentalist magic relies on the magician’s knowledge of mind reading, telepathy, precognition, mathematics and more to accurately predict audience behaviours and invite viewers to think actively and make choices.  Fusing these two distinctive styles of magic performance rarely seen in Hong Kong, In Your Sight, In Your Mind offers an out-of-this-world journey into magic and allow the audience to enjoy the marvel of magic both visually and mentally.

About the artist

Zenneth KOK

3:45pm – 4:05pm

Glory Chinese Opera Institute

Excerpt from Cantonese Opera  Glory Chinese Opera InstituteVenue Partner

Chastising the Princess
As General Guo Ziyi's 80th birthday approaches, family members are making their way to the birthday celebration to pay their respects, except for Princess Sheng Ping, wife of the general’s third son Guo Ai.  Proud of her royal status, the Princess refuses to attend the celebration.  In a fit of anger, Guo Ai returns to the palace and slaps his wife, who then complains to the emperor in tears.  Instead of meting out a punishment, the emperor offers gentle words of consolation.  At last, the couple is reconciled through the emperor and the queen's mediation.

Performers : Yuen Wai-kit, Szeto Hoi-yee

About the group

Breaking the Red Lantern

4:10pm – 4:30pm

Spring-Time Experimental Theatre

Excerpt from Musical Teresa Spring-Time Experimental TheatreVenue Partner
Underneath the tender and fragile appearance of Teresa TENG, there was a bold and rebellious heart that yearned for passion.  In quest of freedom, justice and truth throughout her life, she survived a world of turmoil, only to meet her death in the arms of her lover in a disapproved May-December romance.

Performers : Perry Chiu, Lee Yun-ki

About the group



Exhibition Gallery
2:45pm – 3:30pm, 4:30pm – 5:15pm
Suitable for ages 6 and above

2:45pm – 3:30pm

Spring-Time Experimental Theatre

Theatre workshop for family Spring-Time Experimental TheatreVenue Partner
Suitable for child ages 6 -12
Quota: 20 pairs of parent-child (total 40)

Audience will be seated on floor and is requested to take off their shoes. Please dress casually and wear socks.

Through mini theatre games, impromptu scenario exercises and parent-child interactive sessions, children can develop their imaginations while learning drama performing skills.  The instructor will also share tips and methods with parents so that they can easily coach their children in everyday life to improve their expressiveness.

Instructor: Connie Wong

About the group

Theatre workshop for family instructor

4:30pm – 5:15pm

Glory Chinese Opera Institute

Cantonese Opera workshop  Pop TheatreVenue Partner
Quota: 40

By interacting with the audience, this workshop introduces the basic elements of singing, body movement, speech and martial arts in Cantonese opera, thereby enhancing the audience's understanding and appreciation of the art form.

Instructors : Yuen Wai-kit, Szeto Hoi-yee

About the group

Cantonese Opera workshop

*Arrangements for Fringe Activities (Cultural Activities Hall and Exhibition Gallery)

1. One person per ticket.  Admission by ticket with free seating.  Limited places available on a first-come-first-served basis.

2. Tickets will be distributed at the Enquiry Counter of Tuen Mun Town Hall from 12 noon on the event day of the activities.

3. Each person is allowed up to two tickets each time.

4. Tickets will become invalid if the ticket holders fail to show up within 5 minutes after the designated session has begun, and their places will be allocated to other persons waiting at the venue.

5. The duration of each performance or workshop is for reference only.  The length of each live performance or workshop may vary.

6. In the event of any dispute regarding ticket distribution and seating arrangements, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s decision shall be final and conclusive.

Presenter reserves the right to change the programme and artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.  The content of programme does not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.