The Hong Kong Ballet is once again putting on its fabulous annual production of The Nutcracker this Christmas.
With elaborate sets and costumes, plus Tchaikovsky’s well-known score performed live by Hong Kong Sinfonietta, this is a magical evening at the ballet.
The preview is set for December 19, with opening night on December 20. Last year all 16 shows of this beloved Christmas classic were completely sold out, so get your tickets early.
The Nutcracker will be held at the Grand Theatre of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui, so you will want to dress to impress.
This year, there are a number of special promotional offers and giveaways to take advantage of:
Luxury skincare company FANCL is teaming up with Hong Kong Ballet to offer a ‘special privilege’ gift of ‘The Nutcracker Doll – Christmas Edition’. Simply keep your original ticket stub and present it at one of nine FANCL shops around Hong Kong to receive the commemorative doll (more details available online).
If your ticket is HK$680.00 or more, you can attend an Exclusive Champagne Appreciation Session, hosted by Perrier-Jouët Champagne. Space is limited and registration is required, so you will need your original ticket stub.
All theatre goers also get a 15% discount at all bars and restaurants at the glamourous Intercontinental Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, either before or after the performance. So even if you’ve bought the cheapest ticket available, this is a great opportunity to enjoy a cocktail at some of the finest bars in Tsim Sha Tsui, with incredible views of Victoria Harbour.
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