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Arts Festival tickets are now on sale

This year’s iteration of the Macao Arts Festival features a compelling line up of music, dance, opera, theatre and more.

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Tickets for the 34th Macao Arts Festival are now on sale, according to the Cultural Affairs Bureau. The festival will be held from 3 May to 7 June, featuring 19 programmes from theatre and opera to dance, music and visual arts.

Among the highlights are a choreographic interpretation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic The Jungle Book, produced by legendary British dancer and choreographer Akram Khan, and a contemporary version of Sleeping Beauty by Marcos Morau and the Lyon Opera Ballet from France. 

Italian director Alessandro Serra meanwhile recreates Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, and the Circa performing ensemble from Australia presents the exuberant Duck Pond.

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Tickets for all programmes can be bought through Macau Ticketing Network outlets. An early bird discount of 30 percent, subject to certain criteria, is available from 23 to 31 March. A 50 percent discount will be offered to holders of senior citizen, disability or student cards who purchase tickets for two different performances.

Air Macau customers can enjoy a 20 percent discount on ticket purchases by presenting their boarding passes within 7 days of their arrival in Macao.

For more information about the programmes, ticket purchases and other discounts, visit the festival website.

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