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Ko Shan Theatre Information
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Ko Shan Theatre Information

Ko Shan Theatre is a dedicated venue for Cantonese opera that managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). The Theatre is situated in Ko Shan Road Park, Hung Hom, and first opened in 1983.

After several reconstruction and expansions, there are currently two buildings. The major facility of old wing is the Theatre with 1,031 seats, used for large-scale traditional opera performances. Committee Room and two Rehearsal Rooms located at the 1/F, mainly hired by local organisation, for holding varying singing workshops. New Wing Auditorium provides 596 seats, which is suitable for medium-scale performances, experimental productions and performances by budding troupes. Other new wing facilities include Exhibition Gallery, Rehearsal Rooms, Singing Practice Rooms and Function Room.

OLD WING
1/F : Committee Room
  Rehearsal Rooms
G/F : Theatre

NEW WING
4/F : Singing Practice Room (1),(2)&(3)
  Function Room
2/F : Rehearsal Room (1),(2)&(3)
1/F : Exhibition Gallery
G/F : Auditorium

The programme of Ko Shan Theatre usually start at 2pm-2:30pm or 7pm-7:30pm. We offer comprehensive fruit basket and flower basket series for Ko Than Theatre. Other than providing professional delivery service, we can also arrange inquiry for the information of the programme. The general delivery time is 1-3 hours before the start of promgramme.

Opening hours:
9am to 11pm daily.


Address: 77 Ko Shan Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon

Ko Shan Theatre Telephone: 2740 9222

Flower/Fruit/Orchid Ordering Telephone: 2736 6670

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Ko Shan Theatre Map

Ko Shan Theatre Map
Ko Shan Theatre How to reach by MTR

Take minibus 27M at EXIT B2 of Mong Kok MTR Station

Ko Shan Theatre Directions by Bus and Mini-bus
KMB 5
Fu Shan <> Star Ferry
via: San Po Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
KMB 11
Diamond Hill Station <> Kowloon Station
via: San Po Kong, Jordan
KMB 14
Yau Tong <> China Ferry Terminal
via: Kwun Tong, Jordan
KMB 26
Shun Tin Est. <> Tsim Sha Tsui East
via: Choi Hung, Jordan
KMB 93K
Po Lam <> Mong Kok East Station
via: Kwun Tong, Jordan
KMB/NWFB 101
Kwun Tong (Yue Man Square) <> Kennedy Town
via: Wan Chai, Central
KMB/CTB 107
Kowloon Bay <> Wah Kwai Est.
via: Causeway Bay, Aberdeen
KMB 108
Kai Yip <> Braemar Hill
via: Kai Tak, Causeway Bay
KMB/NWFB 111
Ping Shek Est. <> Central (Macau Ferry)
via: Wan Chai, Central
KMB/NWFB 116
Tsz Wan Shan (Central) <> Quarry Bay
via: Causeway Bay, North Point
mini-bus 27M
Lok Man Sun Chuen <> Mong Kok Station
via: Ho Man Tin
mini-bus 105
Tseung Kwan O <> Ko Shan Theatre

More about Ko Shan Theatre

The Ko Shan Theatre was first opened in 1983, which is the most important venue for Cantonese opera in Hong Kong. Because of the semi-open design, the former venue suffered from inclement weather and noise problems, an improvement project started in 1995, to provide better facilities and environment. The former amphitheatre was demolished and rebuilt with an air-conditioned foyer block housing rehearsal facilities, committee room, exhibition facilities and URBTIX box office.

To support the development of Cantonese opera in Hong Kong, Cantonese Opera Advisory Committee was established by the Home Affairs Bureau in 2004. A series of measures were introduced, including a special advance booking service and the construction of an annex building for the Ko Shan Theatre. The construction of the Annex Building was started in 2010, and expected to be completed in June 2013.

The 5-storey Annex Building has an auditorium with 590 seats, also include rehearsal rooms, singing practice rooms, a multi-purpose function room, an exhibition hall, a photographic studio, a resource centre, a tea house, a souvenir shop, a basement car park and a roof garden, etc. It is expected that the new auditorium will further enhance the Ko Shan Theatre’s functions as a dedicated venue for Cantonese opera for both established and budding Cantonese opera artists/troupes for performances, training, rehearsals and research.

Besides, large Lantern Carnivals are held when Spring Lantern Festivals and Mid-autumn festival.

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