From rope bondage to string quartets: arts festival focused on Hong Kong stage, dance and music talent at Tai Kwun centre

//From rope bondage to string quartets: arts festival focused on Hong Kong stage, dance and music talent at Tai Kwun centre

From rope bondage to string quartets: arts festival focused on Hong Kong stage, dance and music talent at Tai Kwun centre

The Tai Kwun arts and heritage centre in Hong Kong’s Central district is making the most of the resumption of live performances in the city by launching a six-week arts festival on site. Called “Spotlight”, its focus is very much on local stage, dance and music talents given that overseas performers still cannot come to the city easily.Dance performance Under Line, by choreographer Rebecca Wong Pik-kei, is the most titillating by far. Wong continues to explore the power relations of desire, sex…

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