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Stand Up HK

The de­but com­edy show from Stand-Up HK, Hong Kong’s new­est bilin­gual com­edy plat­form, fea­tures standup per­for­mances from eight Hong Kong co­me­di­ans. It’s hosted by Stand-Up HK’s founder Eman Lam: Lam has spent the last four years per­form­ing her sets in Can­tonese and English and tour­ing around the States. Catch the English show at 7:30pm and yuk it up all over again in Can­tonese at 9pm. Jun 18, 7:30pm. Cul­ture Club Gallery, G/F, 15 El­gin St., Cen­tral, $160 at the door or by email­ing lame­m­a­

Jimmy Carr in Hong Kong

One of the biggest com­edy names to come out of the UK, Jimmy Carr makes his Hong Kong de­but in Au­gust. The host of TV panel show “8 Out of 10 Cats” and fre­quent guest on “QI,” he’s legendary for his brash, cheeky hu­mor. Guar­an­teed in the show: of­fen­sive one-lin­ers, rude anec­dotes, and way too many jokes about his knob (but that’s why you’re go­ing, isn’t it?). Aug 24-25, 8pm. King Ge­orge V School, 2 Tin Kwong Rd., Ho Man Tin. $488-888 from hk­tick­et­ HMJIMMY0816. In this aus­pi­cious Year of the Mon­key, two dif­fer­ent groups of per­form­ers rep­re­sent­ing the unique south­ern and north­ern styles of Chi­nese opera are com­ing to Hong Kong to per­form the sto­ries of the legendary Mon­key King. From late June and late July, Chi­nese opera afi­ciona­dos and those who are just cu­ri­ous can come check out the finest mar­tial artists and vir­tu­osic per­form­ers from the Shao Opera Art Re­search in­sti­tute of Zhe­jiang and Youth Troupe of the Pek­ing Opera Theatre of Bei­jing, as they bring some of the most beloved tales of the Mon­key King to the big stage.

Jun 24-Jul 31, var­i­ous times. Ko Shan Theatre

New Wing, Ko Shan Theatre, 77 Ko Shan Rd., Hung Hom; Sha Tin Town Hall, 1 Yuen Wo Rd.,

Sha Tin; Tuen Mun Town Hall Au­di­to­rium, 3 Tuen Hi Rd., Tuen Mun. $120-380 from

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