Hong Kong Performing Arts Venue
Hong Kong Arts Centre at 2 Harbour Rd, Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Arts Centre’s Cinema is professionally equipped for film shows. It is also suitable for seminars, recitals, ceremonies and press conferences.
Theatre Details: It has Seating Capacity of 119, with 2 extra
wheelchair spaces. Main Stage with black tone carpet,
performing area maximum 9M (W) x3.3M (D) surrounded by
black drapes as film screen masking, 12m W x 4.3m H
Lighting Rank Strand MX desk, 20 Channels, 2Kw dimmers x
20. Sound Support Dolby A/SR and 5.1 surround sound
system. Yamaha QL-1, 16 channels I/O with effect processor
Film Screening, Support for 35mm and 16mm film screening, digital and 3D projection,
Video and computer projection and other Facilities Subtitling, Hearing and Visual
Impairment system can be provided
Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, @ The Hong Kong Polytechnic University House, 17 Science Museum Rd, Hong Kong
The Chiang Chen Studio Theater (CCST), with a limit of 247 seats, is a comfortable venue for holding different cultural activitie and exhibitions, for example, dramatization, presentations, moves, theatrical presentations, film appears and additionally gatherings, addresses, courses and functions.
Situated inside the grounds of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the Studio Theater adjoins the Hong Kong Cross Harbor Tunnel and MTR Hung Hom Station, with Tsimshatsui business territory in its region and is effectively open by different method for open transport.
Seating capacity: 247 seats. Fundamental stage: 9m wide (proscenium opening) x 8.5m profound x 5.5m high. Sound framework with 24 channels info blender for stereo sound. Video projector for video and electronic picture projection. 72 channels and 150 recollections programmable stage lighting framework, with enhancement control. 6m x 6m full size screen for film appears, video projection and automated picture projection. CCTV for live recording. Others incorporate high affectability remote mouthpieces, VHS/Beta/VCD/DVD/CD/LD/tape cassette decks, laser pointer, child amazing piano and stage hanging bars for props and sceneries/flags.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University Jockey Club Auditorium
It is strategically placed inside the grounds of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, adjoining a system of open transportation with Hong Kong Cross Harbor Tunnel, MTR Hung Hom Station and a wide choice of eateries and lodgings in its nearness.
The Auditorium is specially designed as a multi-purpose venue for the hosting of conferences, seminars, ceremonies, corporate meetings, as well as the increasing number of cultural activities and performances, operas, chamber music, dramas, dances, film shows, variety shows, mini concerts and etc.
Seating Capacity: 1,025 fixed seats expandable to 1,084; 702 on the main floor, 323 on the balcony, 6 for wheelchair user spaces and 53 temporary seats Spacious stage size of approximately 330 sq.m.
Ko Shan Theatre, @ 77 Ko Shan Rd, Hung Hom, Hong Kong
The Ko Shan Theater was initially opened in 1983 and composed as a 3,000-seat semi-outside theater. On account of the semi-open outline, the previous venue experienced nasty climate and commotion issues. After a change venture endorsed in 1994, the revamped Ko Shan Theater was re-opened in October 1996.
The previous amphitheater was obliterated and reconstructed with a ventilated hall piece lodging practice offices, council room, presentation offices and URBTIX film industry. The redesign went for giving better offices to an extensive variety of open and private exercises, which can intermix for the advantage of the group.
It can occupy 596 seats with 12m width x 12m depth stage area and 13m width x 7.5m heights proscenium area. It contains Fly tower orchestra pit, 12 dressing rooms, professional lighting and sound systems, multi-media projector, LED surtitle display & VIP Lounge.
Yuen Long Theatre, at 9 Yuen Long Tai Yuk Rd, Yuen Long, Hong Kong
Yuen Long Theater opened in May 2000. This present day performing expressions venue has turned into middle for human expressions in the Northwest area of the New Territories.
The Theater is arranged at Yuen Long Tai Yuk Road in the region of Yuen Long Park, Yuen Long Stadium and the Public Swimming Pool. The bamboo yard is a center inside the anteroom, which makes a feeling of quietness and serenity.
The Theater houses a 923-seat hall, a 180m2 move studio, a 192m2 practice room, a 117m2 address room, a 136m2 capacity room and a 120m2 presentation corner, giving a decent assortment of offices to address the issues of venue clients for an extensive variety of social and stimulation exercises.
The assembly hall, which is the principle highlight of the Theater, is introduced with the cutting edge stage frameworks and gear and can be utilized for a wide range of social exhibitions.
The fundamental Performance venue seats 923. Outfitted with fabulous sound, lighting frameworks and numerous other propelled showy offices, which incorporate 24 remote-controlled mechanized curtains, a flying framework which involves more than a hundred of mechanized and manual cross stage lifts, a movable forestage, 2-in-1 convertible ensemble shell with a film projection screen. The Theater is reasonable for an assortment of projects, from show, operatic execution, dramatization, move, film show to service and course.
Grand Hall, Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre @ Pok Fu Lam, the University of Hong Kong
The Lee Shau Kee Lecture Center, a point of convergence of the Centennial Campus, is a blessing from Dr. Lee Shau Kee. The Grand Hall at the Lecture Center was finished in September 2012. The Hall, with its surprising engineering plan and amazing acoustics, tries to be a basic "store of learning" for scholarly and social exercises, serving the district and past. Planned by Wong and Ouyang (HK) Ltd., the Hall has been worked as a current and multi-useful box-in-box structure, equipped for supporting a wide assortment of expert and global occasions, for example, shows, functions, scholastic meetings and addresses.
Yau MA Tei Theatre at 6 Waterloo Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
It started working in 1930, Yau Ma Tei Theater is the main surviving pre-World War II theater in Kowloon District. Its trademark highlights incorporate the two columns at the front passage, the Chinese pitched rooftop, the Art Deco façade and Dutch peak dividers, the steel trusses and timber purlins for rooftop support, and the first proscenium and inside dividers of the stage. Yau Ma Tei Theater stopped operation in July 1998. It was concurred as a Grade 2 memorable working by the Antiquities Advisory Board around the same time.
Sheung Wan Civic Centre, Theatre (5F) at 345 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
It contains 480 seats with 10m x 10m stage area. The Raking seating with modernized stage lighting. Multi-channel sound support framework and backstage bolster offices. Suitable for staging dramas, concerts, dances, operas, seminars, school and community functions
Tai Po Civic Centre, 12 on Pong Rd, Hong Kong
Tai Po Civic Center was authoritatively opened in September 1985. At the focal point of the Tai Po District, the Tai Po Civic Center is a conspicuous purple-roofed structure encompassed by a green enclosure.
Dimensions: 10m (depth) x 13.5m (width), 6.8m (height). It facilities contains Acoustic shells, ensemble and choir risers, stupendous and upright piano, slide projector, overhead projector, multi-media projector, timpani, PA framework, stage lighting, and so forth. It houses Cantonese musical shows, dramatizations, film appears, theatrical presentations, presentations, instrumental and choral shows, group social affairs and stately events.