There’s an arty flavour to the cul­tural cal­en­dar this month with Art Basel en­cour­ag­ing a num­ber of ex­hi­bi­tion open­ings in the city’s gal­leries 14 20

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Mar­garet Cho

The un­apolo­get­i­cally out­spo­ken Korean-amer­i­can comic takes to the stage at King Ge­orge V School on the Hong Kong leg of her Psy­cho tour. tick­et­

hkarts­fes­ti­ The iconic sculp­tures of post-war Bri­tish artist Lynn Chad­wick will be placed on Hongkong Land prop­er­ties in Cen­tral un­til April 15. For our fea­ture on pub­lic art in Hong Kong, turn to page 232. mc­nart­pro­ The Sleep­ing Beauty The renowned Mikhailovsky Bal­let of St Peters­burg presents this trea­sured tale of a beau­ti­ful princess, a wicked fairy and a hand­some prince. At the Cul­tural Cen­tre un­til March 19. hkarts­fes­ti­ This 2,000-me­tre race is one of the most pres­ti­gious on Hong Kong’s rac­ing cal­en­dar and is also one of the old­est, dat­ing back to 1873. Jock­eys will bat­tle it out for prize money to­talling HK$18 mil­lion. At Sha Tin Race­course.

Opus Dancer-ac­ro­bats per­form to the mu­sic of Dmitri Shostakovich played by the award-win­ning De­bussy String Quar­tet. At the Cul­tural Cen­tre un­til March 13.

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