Since its opening in May 2008, the Leo Lee Arts Centre has hosted myriad events and performances in many areas of this stunning venue. From catered receptions, student performances, and conferences in the entrance foyer and balcony area, to music and dramatic performances, meetings, training workshops, school assemblies and awards events onstage, this arts centre is truly living up to its vision of being a vital support to the CDNIS family and beyond.

With the theatre’s state-of-the-art audio & visual system, cinema-size screen and projection system and uniquely designed stage area, the Leo Lee Arts Centre has already hosted presentations from world-class universities, performances by world-renowned choirs, authors and music educators, environmental organizations, and more.

Members of the Hong Kong community at large are also discovering this unique and dynamic venue. Local arts organizations are recognizing the opportunities for performance events, film screenings and recording sessions in the fully equipped theatre and visual arts exhibits throughout the foyer and public areas of the Arts Centre. The theatre has hosted local businesses for their large staff meetings.

Highlights of the upcoming year include:

Host, Hong Kong Literary Festival, “Meet the Author” sessions, October 2012. Renowned authors of note include John Boyne (The Boy in The Striped Pajamas), Luka Lesson, Australian Slam Poet Champion, Wendy Lw-Yone (The Road to Wanting) and Gregg Olsen (betrayal, envy).
TNT Theatre Europe presents Gullivers Travels October 2012
Young Americans Drama Festival for Gr6 students, November 2012
The Last Flight of Petr Ginz, film screening, Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival, November 2012
Romeo & Juliet, US Drama Production, November, December 2012
Fusion Academy presents Opposites Attract, December 2012
Princeton University Nassoons Acapella Group, January, 2013
Host, SEASAC Arts Festival, February 2013
Host, APAC Orchestra Festival, March 2013
Host, Hong Kong Young Readers Festival, March 2013
Earth Day, Waking the Green Tiger screening and Panel Discussion, April 2013

Our Signature Patron of the Arts
Dr. The Honorable Leo T.H. Lee