Hospital Records in Shanghai

Phreaktion, Sweatshop

Hospital Records is an independent record label based in South London. Primarily releasing drum and bass, the label has grown in recent years to become one of the most well known labels within UK dance music. In January 2019, they will bring their worldwide events brand Hospitality to Shanghai, with two artists Danny Byrd and Logistics.

Dance on Screen Festival

Beijing ATW Culture Media Co., Ltd.

The 1st Dance on Screen Festival will bring six beloved British dance productions to cinemas in Guangzhou and Shenzhen from 10 January 2019, featuring Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Winter's Tale from the Royal Ballet, Giselle from the English National Ballet and Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella.

2019 New Year Concert

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Shenzhen Concert Hall

After a hugely successful debut tour of China over New Year 2012/13, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra brings the spirit of Edinburgh's Hogmanay New Year celebrations back to Asia over New Year 2018/19.

Times Museum Community Art Festival

Guangdong Times Museum

The Huangbian community of Baiyun disctrict has been planning “Design Capital for Guangzhou” and this year sees the Times Museum Community Art Festival discuss how policy brings changes and opportunities to the museum, the community and residencies. Partners will come together to explore topics of architecture, public space, art and culture. Abigail Conway & Lucy Hayhoe are invited to bring their work 'Home Sweet Home' to the the festival this year.

BBC National Orchestra of Wales

British Council, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Changsha Concert Hall, Qintai Concert Hall, Shenzhen Concert Hall

BBC National Orchestra of Wales will tour China in December 2018, giving a series of concerts with Principal Guest Conductor Xian Zhang. Supported by British Council China, the tour forms part of the Inspiring Women in the Arts campaign recently launched in China.

Cheers!’ Series: What the Moon Saw by 2Faced Dance Company

Leisure and Cultural Services Department, HKSAR

What The Moon Saw presents a dance and circus performance for little ones and their families, which is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen and artfully re-imagined by 2Faced Dance Company. Alone in the world and scared of the dark, Jack opened his bedroom curtains to find a familiar friendly face, the Moon. The Moon taught Jack to be brave with his treasured experience and brought Jack travel around the world.

Another Way of Telling

British Council, Shanghai Center of Photography, Three Shadows Gallery, OCAT Xi’an

“Another Way of Telling” showcases almost 100 works from the rich, dynamic careers of Anna Fox and Karen Knorr, two leading documentary photographers in the UK. Here, acerbic wit is brought to sharp social commentary on subjects that are seen through two highly individual perspectives that wrap in a warm dose of humor from the photographers’ penetrating insight into the issues of our times.

Hello, My Name is Paul Smith

Design Museum, CR Tower Art Centre Museum

Hello My Name is Paul Smith takes visitors on a journey through the world of fashion designer Paul Smith; a world of creation, inspiration, collaboration, wit and beauty. Looking at the impressive scale of its global operation today, the exhibition draws on Paul Smith’s personal archive, from the company’s beginnings in Nottingham to its international prominence today. Made up of over 1500 objects, this landmark exhibition reflects on the personality, curiosity and energy of Paul Smith.


TNT Theatre Britain

A dark thriller as well as a profound study of the nature and allure of evil, "Macbeth" was TNT Theatre's first Shakespeare production and the troupe has presented the play in 31 countries and 267 cities worldwide since its premier performance in 2000.

Franz Ferdinand Shanghai Show

Modern Sky

Franz Ferdinand will land in Shanghai on Thursday 6 December to offer their first ever hectic live show in mainland China. They will also be presenting their new studio album, Always Ascending, which was released on Feb 9th, 2018. The album’s ten songs are a triumphant recasting of one of our favorite groups, bursting with fresh ideas and vigorous sonic experimentation.

Business of Design Week (BODW)

Hong Kong Design Centre

The 17th edition of BODW will take place from 3 to 8 December 2018. Taking the 2018 theme of ‘Think ∙ Collaborate ∙ Create’, an array of design masters from the UK including Ron Arad, Tony Chambers, Sebastian Conran, Paul Priestman and other international innovators from across a multitude of disciplines will dive into the topics on the strategic use of design for cities, the economy, culture and the living.

Caravan at ACT Festival

British Council, Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre

Caravan is the international strand of Farnham Maltings' work, designed to better connect artists and companies based in England with partners from around the world. 2018 will be Caravan's second collaboration with ACT festival and Shanghai Centre for Dramatic Arts to co-present female artists' work: Exposure (Jo Bannon), The English Channel (Liz Aggiss), History History History (Deborah Perarson). The festival is also part of British Council's Inspiring Women in the Arts campaign.

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