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21/11/2019, 21-23/11/2019

Miller Performing Arts - 1984 (School Performance)

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell

In the dystopian society of the future, even thoughts are controlled by the Establishment. But one man, tasked with rewriting history every day for his job, embarks on a forbidden friendship as an act of quiet rebellion.

This November, dive into the world by Big Brother's gaze as we retell George Orwell's timeless story in an unforgettable production that combines physical theatre, movement and video imagery.

* Adapted & directed by Lindsey McAlister *

* Original score by Violaine Corradi *


*School bookings now open. Pls fill the booking form and send to 

*Public tickets will be on sale in September 2019. 

Performing Arts


ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites - If Not Me Who

“We are the last generation with a real opportunity to save the world”  – Laurence Overmire (poet, environmentalist)

If Not Me, Who? is an urgent piece of eco-theatre that looks at the effects of climate disruption and how we can be motivated to change our way of life. Audiences will be taken on an emotional roller coaster ride that explores veganism, fast fashion, first world problems and the catastrophic environmental changes we are already experiencing.

Written and directed by HKYAF’s founder Lindsey McAlister, and featuring original music by Violaine Corradi – best known for her work with Cirque du Soleil – this new conceptual musical is performed by a cast of professional Hong Kong-based artists including David Allen, Eimear “Mimi” Burns, Isabelle Corradi, Leigh Gibbs, Jun Mabaquiao and King Wong.

Performances currently on sale (via the Taikoo Social app)
- Friday, 14 June (12:30pm)
- Saturday, 15 June (9pm)
- Monday, 17 June (12:30pm)
- Wednesday, 19 June (12:30pm)
- Friday, 21 June (12:30pm)
- Friday, 21 June (7pm)
- Saturday, 22 June (2:30pm)

Part of ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites. Theatre Bites offers five irresistible and bite-sized British plays presented in collaboration with Lindsey McAlister, founder of Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (HKYAF), and Tony Awards-winning producer Brian Zeilinger. Tuck into everything from highly entertaining tales of spies and gangsters, to the most hotly debated global and social issues of our time: environmental, gender and diversity. Presented alongside the thought-provoking live performances, Theatre Bites will give you the chance to see what happens behind the scenes through open rehearsals and talks for selected shows.

Other ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites Programmes

Year 2019

Performing Arts


Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2019: Recruiting Performance Groups

Does your performance group have skills you’d like to show the world? If you dance, play music, do acrobatics, perform magic, do martial arts or have other performance talents… we’d love to have you join us!

Performing Arts


ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites – Tobacco Road

Through explosive physical style, Tobacco Road tells the story of five resourceful young men and women attempting to carve out a place in the murky underworld of 1920's London.

Performing Arts


ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites – No Kids

No Kids is the latest energetic, hilarious, moving and thought-provoking play from the multi-award-winning Bristol-based company, Ad Infinitum.



ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites Physical Theatre Workshops

Physical theatre workshops with two of UK’s hottest young theatre companies Spies Like Us and Incognito Theatre Company!

Performing Arts


Miller Performing Arts: Pull Back the Curtain 2019 Plus Scriptwriting Initiative Seeking Adult Participants

We are now offering a new edition of our very successful student scriptwriting initiative Pull Back the Curtain – this time with workshops specially devised for participants aged over 25! Join us, and let us help you put pen to paper and bring your scriptwriting ideas to life.

Past Events

Year 2019



ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites Physical Theatre Workshops

Physical theatre workshops with two of UK’s hottest young theatre companies Spies Like Us and Incognito Theatre Company!

Performing Arts


ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites – Sitting

Written by the Olivier nominee and BAFTA Award-winning, star of Channel 4’s The IT Crowd, Katherine Parkinson.

Performing Arts


ArtisTree Selects: Theatre Bites – Our Man in Havana

An award-winning comedy by Spies Like Us, packed with suspense, suspicion and silliness using only five actors and a vacuum cleaner in their trademark explosive physical style.

Performing Arts


Child Development Centre: Daddy Daughter Ball 2019

HKYAF is delighted to be part of the Child Development Centre’s 10th annual Daddy Daughter Ball. Led by professional choreographer Giselle Liu, our talented young HKYAF dancers present In the Eyes of Blossom.

Performing Arts


Miller Performing Arts: 2019 – 2020 Seeking HKYAF Youth Assistant Choreographers

Join our Youth Assistant Choreographer programme and work alongside professional dance artists who share their experience and guide you to develop your choreographic skills and dance techniques.

Performing Arts


Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2019: Auditions for Youth Dancers

Join us as a youth dancer at Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2019 this November as the city gathers to celebrate the arts!

Performing Arts


Miller Performing Arts: 1984 – Seeking Youth Performers

We are now seeking young and enthusiastic actors, physical theatre performers and dancers from the ages of 11 to 25 to take part in our annual flagship theatrical production 1984.

Performing Arts


Le French May Arts Festival: Contemporary Hip Hop Workshop With Fouad Boussouf and Massala Dance Company

Join us for a dance journey to the streets of Morocco and learn a new style of dance that blends traditional and modern influences, mixing North African dance, new circus and contemporary hip hop.

Performing Arts


The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2019 Theatrical Performance: Take a Stand

Take a Stand is an original dance, song and physical theatre work that explores some of the most powerful portrayals of bullying in literature.

Mixed Artforms


The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2019: Exhibition

Let’s beat the bullies – Stand up for yourself and each other!



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