Perhaps not the most obvious choice. But why not? We are all heading there eventually anyway. Though by then, whether we can actually enjoy a picnic remains the greatest mystery, so why not enjoy it now?
At once romantic, filmic, visceral, and nostalgic, this first-ever Macau original concert-theatre received a five stars review from British Theatre Guide during its run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, citing it as a “must experience” show. Rated no. 84 among almost 4,000 productions of the festival, this instrumental cabaret featuring piano, violin and cello has met with critical and popular acclaims wherever it plays – from its first incarnation at the LMA during the 2013 Macau Arts Festival, through Edinburgh Fringe and onto its tours in Mainland China, Taiwan and Portugal. This new 2016 version at the Macau Cultural Centre with new staging and additional music promises to offer to the audience another “euphoric assault on the senses”.
Session also on December 3 at 6 pm.
Source: The Folga Gaang Project