Hong Kong Repertory Theatre


Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

Artistic Director: POON Wai-sum

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre (HKRep) established in 1977 and incorporated in 2001, is the longest standing and largest professional theatre company in the city. Financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the HKRep operates under the guidance of its Governing Council, and employs a team of over 80 full-time professionals including the artistic director, assistant artistic directors, actors, drama educators, technical and stage management staff as well as administrators.

Since its establishment 46 years ago, it has presented more than 400 productions, many of which have become classics of the local theatre canon. HKRep produces and develops a high quality, innovative and diverse repertoire, encompassing Chinese, international, classic, and contemporary theatre, as well as original new works by local artists. It aims to develop the audiences’ interest and appreciation of theatre and to enrich the city’s cultural life, through its leadership position as the city’s flagship theatre company.

HKRep is deeply committed to the development of theatre education. We consider it a crucial part of audience development, targeting the next generation as well as the general public, to cultivate an appreciation of the arts and culture. To this end, we have been actively involved in the presentation of high-quality theatre education projects. In order to give back to society through theatre, we organize annually over 1,600 performances, community outreach and educational events, benefitting more than 160,000 audience members.


Upcoming Programmes

China CITIC Bank International brings you Liu Rushi, my Dear (10.9.2023 - 24.9.2023)
Moscow Express (5.11.2023 - 19.11.2023)

Programme Enquiries: 3103 5900. 

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The presenter reserves the right to substitute artist and change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary. The contents of the programmes do not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.