The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (HKAPA) houses a half dozen relatively small stages, concert hall and auditoriums used for theatre, symphony and other performing arts throughout the year. Quite often traveling companies from London, USA, Australia, etc... will visit Hong Kong and perform here at the HKAPA.
Recently we watched the London based production - Agatha Christie's 'The Mousetrap' at the Lyric Theatre in HKAPA. This is a small but modernized theatre house with generally good accustics and three levels of seating. We prefer the second level, feeling seats at the front rows offer best vantage points for watching performances. However, first and third floor seating are ok as well, most seats offer good view of the stage.
Overall, its always nice seeing performances at the Lyric Theatre at HKAPA in Wan Chai and there are plenty of restaurants and bars nearby for a stop before or after the performances. While not a priority for most visitors coming to Hong Kong, it might be worth seeing what performances are being held during your intended dates in the city.
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