Insulting Zhou Yu Thrice (Rescheduled Performance)
Liu Bei borrowed the Jing Province from Eastern Wu, but the King of Eastern Wu, Sun Quan, soon regrets and asks him to return at once. Liu Bei claims he will return it after conquering Xichuan, which he never really plans to.
Zhou Yu, the supreme general of Eastern Wu, is furious at Liu Bei’s act, hence plans to siege Jing Province. He sends troops to Jing Province and claims that those are the troops he sent to help Liu Bei conquer Xichuan. Just before he thinks he will succeed, he is surrounded by Liu Bei’s army and gets kicked out hard. Filled with regret and fury, he dies soon after that.
Special announcement (01/12/2020):
Due to the pandemic disease, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced that all performance venues will only open for livestream and recorded performances/activities without live audiences and rehearsals by professional groups, the performance of the "Insulting Chow Yu Thrice" originally scheduled at 7:30PM on December 11 and 12, 2020 will be cancelled. The details on the programme change will be announced soon.
Sorry for any inconveniences caused.
Special announcement (06/02/2021):
As the performances were cancelled due to the closure of performance venues, the performance scheuled on 11 December 2020 will be re-scheduled to 1 March 2021 at the Yau Ma Tei Theatre. The performance scheduled on 12 December 2020, cannot arrange re-sheduled performance and refund will be arranged.
Patrons who keep the original intact tickets can use them for the rescheduled performance on the assigned dates.
Please refer to the below link for programme rescheduling and refund arrangement ：Programme rescheduling and refund arrangement
Special announcement (28/02/2021):
Please refer to below cast change of Insulting Zhou Yu Thrice.
Cast of character Zhao Yun, will be changed from Zhan Haofeng to Ng Lap-hei.
Cast of character Wei Yan, will be changed from Dick Yeung to Ng Kwok-wa.
Other characters remain unchange.
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