For 85 years, The Hong Kong Singers take great pride in bringing together people from different backgrounds and foster an enthusiastic, respected and hard working corps of individuals who enrich , entertain and educate our community through excellent theatrical arts.
A Grand Night For Singing is a romantic and family friendly show which explores the various stages of love. It begins with the dawning of romance—young infatuation and the awakenings of real love: From courtship and young love, the journey continues into commitment—or backing away from it. When the men advise the ladies 'Don't Marry Me,' the ladies respond with 'Many a New Day' and 'I'm Gonna Wash that Man Right Outa My Hair.' Act I proceeds through the advent of true love.
The arc of the revue continues into mature love and relationships. "The feelings expressed in these classic songs are so simple, so real, but they also convey the responsibilities and challenges of enduring love, as well as the pain. The review will leave the audience with a hopeful feeling about the nature of love itself." Sign up for an audition time now! https://goo.gl/KOnWb7
INTRODUCTION FROM THE CHAIRMAN
Firstly, a very warm welcome to The Hong Kong Singers official website. Those of you who are members or regularly attend our productions will know that Hong Kong Singers is the longest established community theatre company in Hong Kong with a rich history of musical and dancing shows featuring the brilliant talents that Hong Kong performers have to offer. We also perform annual Christmas Carol concerts in various locations, which are always well supported and truly festive. From Gilbert and Sullivan classics to modern West End and Broadway hits, we have strived over many years to give our public the best in musical entertainment and dance. Please read the historical notes compiled by Robert Nield, a former Chairman of HKS, which make for interesting reading.
Theatre is always evolving, and each year we face new challenges and decisions as to which shows to produce, how to budget and publicise, how to stage the production whether it be at our ‘home base’ of City Hall or at the Arts Centre, Hong Kong Repertory’s Black Box Theatre or the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, all tremendous local venues where we have staged our shows.
This website has been designed with you in mind, whether you are browsing with a slight interest in the local arts scene, or want to know what we are producing next. Click on membership in order to see the benefits of membership, and contact us if you would like to join, or if you have any questions or suggestions.