Hong Kong Ballet presents

A Child-Friendly Production for all the Family!

Ballet Classics for Children:
The Sleeping Beauty

[Hong Kong – 16th December 2015] Step into the New Year with Hong Kong Ballet’s Ballet Classics for Children: The Sleeping Beauty! Following the huge success and sold-out performances of the first two instalments of Ballet Classics for Children, Hong Kong Ballet now presents its Third Edition of this popular, fun-filled series.

The great dancers of Hong Kong Ballet will deliver a perfect educational and light-hearted entertainment for your entire family. Masterminded once again by renowned local choreographer Yuri Ng, this one-hour abridged version of the full length classic of the same name will enchant your little ones through a tailor-made, innovative blend of storytelling, dance and interaction. With lively narration by Rick Lau, it will be the best first introduction to a live ballet performance for children as young as 5 years. There will be seven performances staged at the Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre from 29th – 31st January 2016. Tickets NOW available at URBTIX.

Based on the fairytale by Charles Perrault, The Sleeping Beauty is about a true love that spans a hundred years, following your dreams and triumphing against adversity, with the help of some good fairies. Tchai-ricksy (Narrator Rick Lau) will take you on this captivating journey and share with you his creative process including the music composition for this ballet. Come along for the ride and let your imagination run free!

Artistic Curator: Yuri Ng
Narrator/Script Writer: Rick Lau
Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Artistic Curator: Yuri Ng
  • Artistic Curator of Ballet Classics For Children in 2012, 2013 and 2014
  • Choreographer of Hong Kong Ballet’s The Frog Prince – A Ballet Chinois
  • Winner of distinguished Achievement Award at the 2012 Hong Dance Awards
  • Artist Associate of Hong Kong Sinfonietta
  • Co-Artistic Director of a cappella theatre company YAT PO SINGERS

Narrator/Script Writer: Rick Lau
  • Wrote and narrated for Ballet Classics For Children: Cinderella in 2013, and Ballet Classics For Children: Swan Lake in 2012 and 2014

Performance Details
Narration in Cantonese (4 performances)

29.1.2016. (Fri) 7:30pm
30.1.2016. (Sat) 2:30pm & 5:00pm
31.1.2016. (Sun) 5:00pm

Narration in English (3 performances)
30.1.2016. (Sat) 7:30pm
31.1.2016. (Sun) 12:00nn & 2:30pm

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Best for ages 5 and above
Tickets available at URBTIX now

Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661
Credit Card Booking: 2111 5999
Internet Booking:
Programme Enquiries: 2105 9724

The presenter reserves the right to alter the programme and artists

50% offFull-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities (Limited tickets for students and senior citizens available on a first-come, first-served basis. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts.)
15% offFriends of The Hong Kong Ballet
10% off
(First two tickets)
Members of Chung Ying Theatre’s Energy Fun Club Plus, Zuni’s Friends, CCDC Dance Generation Premium members, HK Phil Club Bravo members, Friends of HKCO, Friends of HKDC Prestige Members and Fringe Members.
Group Booking10% off for every purchase of 10-19 tickets at regular price,
15% off for 20-40 tickets

Patrons can enjoy only one of the above discounts for each purchase.

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Photo 1: Dancers: Liu Yu-yao and Wei Wei | Photographer: Cheung Chi Wai
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Photo 2: Dancers: Liu Yu-yao and Wei Wei | Photographer: Cheung Chi Wai
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Photo 3: Dancers: Liu Miao-miao (White Cat), Jonathan Spigner (Puss In Boots) | Photographer: Cheung Chi Wai
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Photo 4: Dancers (From Left): Wei Wei, Liu Yu-yao, Ricky Hu | Photographer: Cheung Chi Wai
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Photo 5: Ex Hong Kong Ballet Dancer Charles Andersen (till 2014) and Hong Kong Ballet Dancers | Photographer: Conrad Dy-Liacco

About Hong Kong Ballet

An eclectic mix of talent, a balance of classical and contemporary works, and a unique repertoire are the trademarks of Hong Kong Ballet, Asia’s premier ballet company. Internationally recognised and acclaimed for its creativity, talent and artistry, the Company, led by Artistic Director Madeleine Onne, is committed to providing captivating experiences that delight and inspire audiences from all walks of life, both at home and abroad.

For further information, please contact:
Nick Chan

Director of Marketing
T: 2105 9716
M: 9728 1777