Free admission by ticket
“Chirping” (for ages 4 or above)
Playwright: Chiang Hiu Mei
Synopsis: Cricket fighting was popular in the palace during the Xuande period of the Ming Dynasty. Little Kuk became a cricket because of an accident, but due to a blessing in disguise, he met new friends, and got a new name – Kuk Kuk. In order to resolve the crisis, Kuk Kuk first learned fighting from a teacher, and then competed with many rare insects in the court. Can Kuk Kuk defeat the powerful enemies in the end? Can the levied crickets return to nature? As for Kuk Kuk, can he change his fate? Can he be transformed back into human and reunite with his parents?
“The Tree and the Seeds” (for ages 4 or above)
Playwright: Lam Kwan Yiu
Synopsis: On this planet, there is an enormous “Big Tree”, which is larger than a mountain and higher than the clouds. One day, the phoenix living on the “Big Tree” suddenly breathed fire and burned the tree. Alysa, whose father is an adventurer, and her partners Michael and Gordon decided to climb up the tree to investigate what is happening.
“The Talking Rubby”(for ages 4 or above)
Playwright: Keung Lai Ming
Synopsis: One day, Peter discovered that Ruby the wildcat can talk. Ruby begs Peter to follow it into the forest to unveil the witch’s conspiracy. Therefore, they embarked on an adventure.
Audience are welcome to comment in the post-performance symposium.
Enquiry: 3956 3459
Pop Theatre website: www.poptheatre.hk
Approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes
In case of special circumstances, the organizer reserves the right to alter the program and performers
In case of special circumstances, Pop Theatre reserves the right of final decision