Love & Diversity

埋嚟玩 Site-specific Performance
Love & Diversity
Speed-dating music theatre
Programme Album
Date and Time
9/7 (Mon) 20:00-22:00
10/7 (Tue) 20:00-22:00
Venue
Kafnu Hong Kong (2/F, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Hung Hom, Kowloon)
TICKETING / ADMISSION
$180 /ticket with a glass of non-alcoholic drink
  • Limited participants per session
  • By presenting ticket of Love & Diversity will be able to enjoy 10% off on a la carte food and beverage at Assaggio(6/F Hong Kong Arts Centre)
  • The offer of Assaggio has to be redeemed within 14 days after the show. The offer is applicable for whole day, Mon to Sun., and not applicable to bottled alcohol
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Programme Overview
Created by German composer Manos Tsangaris , “Love & Diversity” is a music theatre performance that attempts to translate the concept of speed dating into music. A lifestyle co-working spot is turned into a theatre space to bring you seven performances with seven musical instruments, each of very different personalities. It is an intimate experience for the audience to find their love of their life - in the form of a musical instrument. To get started, simply let us know your interest and expectations. Grab a cuppa, relax, and get ready to meet your prospective lovers. You’ll be in a room moving from one station to another to see them face to face, exploring each other’s personality and interests and deciding whether you’ve found the right one in seconds. Nervous yet excited, you wait for the perfect encounter, but at the same time can’t help but to wonder if your desire will ever be satisfied…
Composer and Director:
Manos Tsangaris
Born in 1956. Composer, drummer and installation artist, one of the most important representatives of experimental music theatre. His compositions are internationally acclaimed and have been performed at several renowned festivals and theatres. Tsangaris has been artist-in-residence at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) for the 2012-13 academic year. Since 2016 he is co-artistic director with Daniel Ott of the Munich Biennale - Festival of New Music Theater. Since the 1970s, he has repeatedly taken performance conditions to be an essential theme of his compositional work, expressed in different artistic formats.