Princess Changping (cancelled)
- ScreenwriterTong Tik-sang
It is an age of chaos in the dusk of the Ming dynasty with all the rebels and invaders. Knowing the fall of the empire is inevitable, the Sung Zing Emperor slays his wives and daughters for the sake of their dignity. Princess Cheung-ping toughs through it, and hides herself in a nunnery, hoping to live in seclusion thereafter. But the royal son-in-law, Chow Sai-hin happens to find her in the nunnery. Sai-hin convinces Cheung-ping to fake surrender to the Qing court in exchange for the release of her brother and a proper burial for her father. After all is set and done, the two of them get married under a camphor tree and drink poison wine to sacrifice for their country.
Special announcement (10/12/2020):
From today (10/12/2020) onward, various Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD)cultural facilities will be closed., the performance of the "Princess Changping" originally scheduled at 7:30PM on December 18 and 19, 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 scheduled on 18 & 19 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