Nov

4 A chal­leng­ing ob­sta­cle race makes its de­but on a cal­en­dar re­plete with mu­si­cal and the­atri­cal treats

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Lady of the Camel­lias

the sound of music Fun-lov­ing gov­erness Maria en­trances the wid­owed Cap­tain Von Trapp and his chil­dren in a mu­si­cal riot of nan­nies, nuns and Nazis pre­sented by the Hong Kong Cho­ral So­ci­ety. At the Cul­tural Cen­tre. urbtix.hk

five sax A toe-tap­ping sax­o­phone jour­ney from Vi­en­nese clas­sics and Brazil’s smoul­der­ingly se­duc­tive bossa nova to Hol­ly­wood’s best-loved hits. At Yuen Long Theatre. urbtix.hk

The Hong Kong Bal­let pre­sents its adap­ta­tion of Alexan­dre Du­mas’ novel, the tragic French tale of for­bid­den love that in­spired the Verdi opera La Travi­ata and the 2001 block­buster Moulin Rouge. At the Cul­tural Cen­tre un­til Novem­ber 12. urbtix.hk

spar­tan race

A 5km ob­sta­cle course rid­dled with mud, barbed wire, rope and fire chal­lenges ath­letes of all lev­els. At Kam Tin Coun­try Club. spar­tan­race.hk

four hands and two pi­ano recital urbtix.hk

mu­si­cus fest Finnish vi­o­lin phe­nom­e­non Pekka Ku­u­sisto is just one of a va­ri­ety of in­ter­na­tional artists who will fea­ture with lo­cal tal­ent in five en­tic­ing pro­grammes over five days. At City Hall un­til Novem­ber 27.

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