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Les Misérables – Not the Mu­si­cal

No, it’s not the West End mu­si­cal—it’s the the­atri­cal adap­tion of Vic­tor Hugo’s clas­sic novel. Per­formed by the young ac­tors of the Ab­so­lutely Fab­u­lous The­atre Con­nec­tion, the show is set dur­ing tur­bu­lent 1800s France with a focus on the themes of con­science, mercy and jus­tice. Mar 6, 13, 2:30pm. Sai Wan Ho Civic Cen­tre, 111

Shau Kei Wan Rd., Sai

Wan Ho, $150-220 from urbtix.hk.

Kennedy

Set in late 20th-cen­tury Barcelona, award-win­ning Span­ish poet José Manuel Sevilla’s play is a tale of loss and re­demp­tion for the main char­ac­ter Kennedy, who tries to track down his sis­ter af­ter be­ing re­leased from pri­son. Mar 17-19, 8pm. The McAu­lay Studio,

Arts Cen­tre, 2 Har­bour Rd., Wan Chai, $180200 from urbtix.hk.

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