Things To Do

Things to do in Hong Kong this week: 25th Nov- 1st Dec

This week officially marks the festive season! Get ready for Christmas shopping, stockings-fillers, mince pie eating and champagne drinking. It’s our favourite time of year! To end November, Hong Kong is hosting none other than the biggest and best music festival around: Clockenflap. Also, there’s no forgetting that it is Thanksgiving on Thursday! We’ve got our recommendations, as well as what else is going on around town, here!

 

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26th November

The Rum Shave for Movember

It’s time to shave those moustaches, men (it couldn’t of come quicker for us ladies)! Asia’s most extensive rum bar is hosting a very special Movember night, from 7pm to 11pm, gents can “shave for a shot” with Cuts and Glory’s top notch barbers whilst donating to the Movember cause and listening to the supporting set played by Cliché Records. This year’s concept offers 3 types of shaves and each goes with a type of rum, carefully picked to go with the character of the shave! The shave is $200 and 20% is given to the Movember charity. Donate online here and pre-book your spot by calling Honi Honi at +852 2353 0885.

Honi Honi 3/F Somptueux Central, 52 Wellington Road, Central

 

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26th November

Thanksgiving

The day of thanks is here (well, if you are American), lucky for you, we have written a whole separate article on where to celebrate Thanksgiving in Hong Kong! Happy turkey eating!

 

 

 

27th-29th November

Clockenflap

The highly anticipated music and arts festival is all set to be the biggest and best edition yet. Taking place at the West Kowloon Cultural District from Friday, November 27th to Sunday, November 29th. Headliners include The Libertines, Damien Rice, Crowd Lu, Ride, Flying Lotus, Clean Bandit, Earth, Wind & Fire Experience ft. Al McKay, Mr Scruff . Tickets start from $810 (Friday) up to $1620 (all weekend). We spoke exclusively to Justin Sweeting, one of the co-founders of the festival. See what he has to say.

West Kowloon Cultural District  Friday 5-11pm Sat, Sun 12-11pm

 

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28th November onwards

National Theatre Live: Of Mice and Men

The hit Broadway production Of Mice and Men, filmed on stage in New York by National Theatre Live, comes to Hong Kong cinemas this weekend. With many a prize under their belts and now with James Franco on the scene, it is expected to redefine Box Office records!

AMC Pacific Place, Level 1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway Road