Special Announcement

 China Everbright Ltd. Proudly Presents Romeo + Juliet
Schedule Update

Due to scheduling issues, the evening performance of China Everbright Ltd. Proudly Presents Romeo + Juliet on 20 September 2020 (Sunday), originally scheduled at 6:30pm, will be postponed to 7:30pm on the same date. If this new time doesn’t suit you, please contact us to change your ticket to a different production or another performance of the same production. If you would like to donate or exchange your tickets or get a refund, please contact us at marketing@hkballet.com or at +852 2105 9724 (Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm) by 6pm, 24 July 2020 (Fri). If we don’t hear from you by the deadline, we will assume that you will be able to attend the 7:30pm performance. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

China Everbright Ltd. Proudly Presents Romeo + Juliet
now premiering September 18-20

In view of the current COVID-19 situation, Hong Kong Ballet's upcoming world premiere production of China Everbright Ltd. Proudly Presents Romeo + Juliet, originally scheduled for 5-7 June 2020, will now be postponed to 18-20 September 2020. Patrons can exchange their existing tickets for the new China Everbright Ltd. Proudly Presents Romeo + Juliet dates or for Van Cleef & Arpels Proudly Presents Balanchine's Jewels (30 October - 1 November 2020), donate their tickets or apply for a refund. Please click here to complete this form and return it to us by 26 June 2020 (Fri) at 6pm.  If you have any enquiries, please contact us at marketing@hkballet.com or at (852) 2105 9724 (Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm). Thank you.

Title Sponsor


Epic and tragic. 

A love story set in Hong Kong in 1960s

Warring triad families. Passion and tragedy. The famous balcony scene. Shakespeare’s timeless tale of star-crossed lovers has captivated audiences for generations and is given a fresh and thought-provoking retelling in Septime Webre’s new Romeo + Juliet. Set in 1960s Hong Kong, this epic love story captivates with emotionally searing dancing, family drama, sumptuous cheongsams and iconic scenes from the tragic tale. With Webre’s original choreography accompanied by Prokofiev’s dramatic score, this brilliantly imagined adaptation is especially relevant for contemporary audiences as it fuses dance and drama against a backdrop of complicated politics and social upheaval.

18-20.9.2020 (Fri-Sun) 7:30pm
19-20.9.2020 (Sat-Sun) 2:30pm
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
$1,000 (limited VIP tickets), $680, $480, $280, $140
Ages 6 and above
House Rules
Creative Team

Choreography: Septime Webre
Music: Sergei Prokofiev 
Costume Design: Mandy Tam
Set Design: Ricky Chan
Lighting Design: Billy Chan
Dramaturge: Yan Pat To
Martial Arts Consultant: Hing Chao
Live Accompaniment: Hong Kong Sinfonietta
Conductor: Yip Wing-sie

Sponsors and Partners

Special Privilege

For $1,000 VIP Ticket-holders 

Present your ticket stub to Hong Kong Ballet’s reception counter (Level 2 Foyer, Hong Kong Cultural Centre) before the end of intermission to receive a coupon for a free drink. Each ticket stub is valid for one free drink only.

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