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Black Comedy Di-Dar

29 Aug (Thu) - 08 Sep (Sun)

29 Aug 2024 (Thu) - 01 Sep 2024 (Sun) | 20:00
31 Aug 2024 (Sat) - 01 Sep 2024 (Sun) | 15:00
03 Sep 2024 (Tue) - 07 Sep 2024 (Sat) | 20:00
07 Sep 2024 (Sat) - 08 Sep 2024 (Sun) | 15:00

Your beautiful rhapsody is most needed to colour the mundane of every day

A soon-closing secondary school in Hong Kong is on the verge of financial collapse. The desperate school principal thus decides to promote Chinese culture and make Chinese music a highlight in a bid to attract ample funding.
With the unsatisfactory response from students, the principal and the discipline head have no other ways but allow students with a major demerit to swap for with a minor demerit, and those with a minor demerit to swap for a warning if they join the Chinese orchestra. Sure enough, many students are attracted to register...

And it doesn’t end there. Rumour has it that the school is haunted, and the school janitors and female students swear they see spirits in the school.
To prevent fear from spreading, the school principal had no choice but to invite a musician-master to hold an exorcism ceremony in the school. During the ceremony, and when the musicians play the dida as loud as a trumpet, it ignites the performing soul deep in everyone's heart...

Playwright:Joey Leung, Melody Yuen
Director:Joey Leung, Edmond Tong
Actors:Joey Leung, Eric Kot, Edmond Tong, Luna Shaw, Grace Wu, Kaki Sham, Sica Ho, Larry To, KaKit Tang, Feuillade Leung

[In Cantonese]

The programme contains coarse language.

The presenter reserves the right to change the programme, artists and seating arrangements should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.

The presenter reserves the right to refuse admission by any late comers to the event. The presenter also reserves the right to determine the time at which and the manner in which late comers are to be admitted.

Presented by:Windmill Grass Theatre

Academy Lyric Theatre
Price Info:
$680 - $270 (ull-time students, Senior Citizens Aged 60 or Above, People with Disabilities and CSSA Recipient)
In Cantonese
Windmill Grass Theatre