Mid
Jan
~
Late
Feb
 2020

KidsFest Hong Kong 2021

HK$195.00 – HK$435.00

KidsFest makes its exciting return to the stage this month, with a great line-up of family theatre to enjoy.

This is your chance to take your kids to see their favourite storybook characters come to life, in nine world-class productions.

The 2020 schedule includes well known tales, as well as exciting new shows never performed in Hong Kong.

Photo by KidsFest

For the smallest audience members (ages 3+), there are five shows designed specially for them:

  • Tabby McTat
  • The Gruffalo
  • The Gruffalo’s Child
  • Stick Man
  • Little Men and Little Miss
  • Photo by KidsFest used under CC

    For slightly older kids, there are four shows they are bound to enjoy:

  • The Snail and the Whale
  • Peter Pan: Underneath a Magical Moon
  • Dinosaur Zoo
  • Dr Bunhead’s Blast Off
  • Photo by KidsFest

    All shows take place at the Drama Theatre of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in Wan Chai.

    Tickets are available through HK Ticketing, and prices range from HK$195.00 to HK$435.00.

    You can also enjoy the special 4-for-3 Offer: Buy 3 and get 1 free on select show times.

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