We have three main points of focus through which we strive to affect change: Production, educational programmes and vocational and professional training. These three  areas are the key foundations of any healthy creative industry.


From new writing projects to the classic texts re-imagined, producing exciting and impactful theatre is what we do.


Through our work with schools internationally and at home we provide future generations with access to the highest quality of performing arts education.


Training and development are essential for any industry. We provide specialist training experiences for all levels of learner.

Connections - An Exciting New Production Platform to Promote Interdisciplinary work

We are thrilled to be announcing the launch of Connections.
Connections is an interdisciplinary platform for artists from different areas of theatre and performance, to share their work with new audiences.
The last two years have fragmented the world in which we live and changed it. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the performing arts, where creative work has been forced away from live audiences and into the multi-screen ‘Zoomiverse’.
Connections seeks to help piece those fragments back together, on a road to recovery, reconnecting artists with live audiences.
Our first Connections is already underway as we will be bringing to the stage in July the work of five exciting Hong Kong contemporary choreographers.
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New Workshop Series for Actors and Non - Actors

Friday 11th June 19:00 - 20:30

Joanie Chow Suet Yu returns for number 3 in our series of Movement workshops for Actors and Non – Actors . This workshop explores the importance of inter-disciplinary approaches to the developing actor, focusing on the theatre performer’s exploration of physicality through contemporary dance and physical theatre techniques.
The workshop is designed for all people interested in creating theatre through physical movement and exploring their creative imagination further.
This is a fun and inspiring series of workshops for personal and professional development. No experience is required, just bring a sense of play and some comfortable clothes to move in.
About the Instructor
Joanie Chow Suet Yu
Graduated from BFA (Hons) in Dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Contemporary Dance, Joanie is a versatile performer. She is trained in voice and clarinet and began her performing career as a Musical Theatre actress. Once she had discovered her passion for dance, she decided to return to full-time training, learning Contemporary Dance techniques. Joanie has attended numerous Dance Festivals around the world, including the Beijing Dance Festival and East Point West Interdisciplinary Festival of Embodiment, and has been the recipient of several scholarships.
她曾學習聲樂及單簧管的訓練,並開始了她的音樂劇演員表演生涯。成為音樂劇演員後發現了自己對舞蹈的熱情,她決定報讀香港演藝學院,學習當代舞蹈技巧。 周氏曾參加世界各地眾多的舞蹈節,包括北京舞蹈節和合一空間,國際編舞節,並獲得了多項獎學金。

DSHK is Hong Kong Theatre Company’s creative theatre training experience, designed to equip people with the technical skills needed to take their passion for theatre and performance to a new level.

Online and Face to Face After school and ECA Drama and Theatre Programmes for Schools 2021/22

Looking ahead to the new academic year, we are increasing our community of partnership schools.

If you are a school looking for the very best in drama and performing arts provision and want to enhance your ECA or co-curricular activities programme, then contact us today.

Run by our specialist practitioners, our programmes will build confidence, ignite the imaginations and leave a lasting impression for all involved.

In addition to fun games and activities, acting, physical theatre, script work, music and performance, learners can obtain an international qualification with The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

We have a wide range of options that can be tailor made to each school’s requirements. With both online and face to face options, we make provision easy and accessible for everyone and can support and find solutions to the challenges faced in a changing educational landscape.

Contact us at or call or Whatsapp +852 97067821 to find out how your school can benefit from what we do and how to join our growing community of partnership schools.



Contact Us

Central Office: Hong Kong Theatre Company Ltd, 1104 Crawford House, 70 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong. Kennedy Town Office: The Hive Studios, 8/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfields, Kennedy Town.

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