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Fringe Club

Posted on 29th Dec 2016 under Arts & Culture

Fringe Club

 

Located at the corner of Lower Albert Street and Ice House Street, a two-storey brick-and stucco building is surrounded by skyscrapers in the Central Business District. This historical structure was built in 1982 and is the home of Fringe Club and Foreign Correspondents' Club now.

 

The launch of Fringe Club is linked together with the Fringe Festival back in 1983. The Club has converted the disused building to an open platform for arts since then. The Fringe Club presents festivals, original theatre, dance and site specific pieces to promote Hong Kong Art.

 

Over years, the Fringe Club offers spaces from for artists and art lovers to meet and exchange their ideas about contemporary art and culture. Here visitors may connect the pleasure of enjoying the arts with their daily life. On the rooftop of the historical building, you may have food and beverage and discuss about artworks.

 

Address: 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong Island

Tel: 2521 7251

Website: www.hkfringeclub.com

Opening Hours: Mon to Sat 10:00 - 22:00 (except public holidays)