A night of culture can vary wildly in Lan Kwai Fong. You might find you’re at a poetry jam with a pisco sour, or taking in some live music. Here’s where to get a culture fix, while sipping your favourite mix.

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Hong Kong Stories x The Culture Club
8pm, Friday, September 29 – put it in your diary. The Hong Kong Stories Live Show is a monthly event that sees the city’s best storytellers discuss their amazing experiences. This time the theme is Games People Play. Book here. Like Hong Kong Stories say: It’s better than comedy. It’s better then drama. It's real life.
 
Hong Kong Stories
www.facebook.com/hongkongstoriespage
 
The Culture Club
15 Lower Elgin Street, Central; +852 2127 7936
www.facebook.com/cultureclubgallery

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Honi Honi x Uncensored Cabaret
Looking for something to do on a Sunday? Uncensored is it. Held at Honi Honi, this weekly open variety night features talent from across the spectrum, from music to dance and anything in between. Registration opens at 6.30pm, the show begins at 7.30pm and attendees get 20 percent off their bill. Not topic is taboo here – it’s all about creativity and an inclusive environment.
 
Uncensored Cabaret
www.facebook.com/UncensoredCabaretHK
 
Honi Honi
3/F, Somptueux Central, 52 Wellington Street, Central; +852 2353 0885

www.honihonibar.com

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Peel Street Poetry x Social Room
Each Wednesday night, the Social Room opens up the mic and welcomes new talent to the stage. Organised by Peel Street Poetry, the night has become a fixture. Peel Street Poetry have been running these nights for more than 10 years. There are two-for-one drinks before 9pm.
 
Peel Street Poetry
www.facebook.com/peelstreetpoetry
 
Social Room
3/F, Won Hing Building, 74-78 Stanley Street, Central; +852 2915 0373
www.facebook.com/socialroomhk

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Poetry Out Loud on a Wednesday
On the first Wednesday of the month, sees an open mic night, meaning anyone can attend and jump up on the stage. This month’s will be held at Collette’s in The Fringe. A bilingual reading (Cantonese and English), the focus is on human rights as part of the International Literature Festival Berlin (ILB). Check Facebook for the details.
 
Poetry Out Loud
www.facebook.com/PoetryOutLoudHK
 
The Fringe
2 Lower Albert Road, Central; +852 2521 7251
www.hkfringeclub.com

www.hkfringeclub.com
Philosophy Café x The Fringe
The Fringe branch of the Hong Kong Philosophy Cafe was established 17 years ago, with the aim of promoting regular chats about serious, mainstream philosophical topics. The discussions are chaired and led by a member of the thriving group, before you get the chance to pose a question.
 
Hong Kong Philosophy Café
www.facebook.com/HKPhilosophyCafe
 
The Fringe
2 Lower Albert Road, Central; +852 2521 7251
www.hkfringeclub.com

 
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