Young Theatre Makers 2020

Young Theatre Makers is a bilingual learning scheme that uses playscripts as a framework for discussion and critical thinking. Intended for secondary school students, Young Theatre Makers focuses on the process of analysing and understanding a play and creating a work-in-progress staging in the theatre. Theatre mirrors life. Specially written by playwrights from Hong Kong, the countries of “One Belt One Road”, the UK and Sweden, the themes of these eight plays resonate with the students, bringing up interesting debate and dialogue about themselves and the world around them. By combining performance and discussion, we hope to uncover just how much the arts can help students understand life.

Bilingual Performance & Discussion
Excerpts of plays for young people performed by students from four secondary schools in theatre:


Playwright: Milena Bogavac (Serbia)

Translators: Edward Buffalo Bromberg & Ma Ka Ying Jolian

What can be split? What can be shared? One cannot divide his / her love. Love is unsplittable. This is a play about families, and what happens when divorce tears them apart.

Participating School:

TWGHs Lui Yun Choy Memorial College (English performance)


Playwrights: Dr Vicki Ooi (Hong Kong, China) & Thomas Lawson (The UK)

Translator: Chan Tsz Ching Rachel

A robot-building scientist must choose between losing his son forever and trying something that has never been done before. What happens when we take artificial intelligence to its extreme?

Participating Schools:

Hong Kong Sea School (Cantonese performance)

Youth College (International) – Tsing Yi Site (English performance)

The River of Youth

Playwright: Hasan Erkek (Turkey)

Translators: Jonathan Maurice Ross & Lo Siu Hang Lorenz

Willard, a retired teacher, is blamed for ruining the life of a former student who is now a depressed drunkard. Willard is forced to look back at the man he once was and to understand the consequences of his actions. Can he ever put things right?

Participating School:

Youth College (International) – DILWL Site (English performance)

20/12/2020 (Sun) 2:30pm

Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre Theatre


Tickets available at URBTIX from 1 June 2020

Approximately 3 hrs.

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*50% discount for full-time students, people with disabilities and the minder, senior citizens aged 60 or above and CSSA recipients.
5% discount for every purchase of 10 or more full-price tickets.
All the above discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or offer.

The presenter reserves the right to cancel any programme or substitute artists should unavoidable circumstances occur.

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