11 ‑ 12 Oct 2019 (everyday) 8 ‑ 10pm (2 hours)
12 ‑ 13 Oct 2019 (everyday) 11am ‑ 12:15pm (1 hour 15 minutes)
12 ‑ 13 Oct 2019 (everyday) 3 ‑ 5pm (2 hours)
13 Oct 2019 (Sun) 7:30 ‑ 9:30pm (2 hours)
1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Full Version: $550/ $440/ $385|By Face Academy: $350/ $280/ $245
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Update 14/6/2019:
<<Show Postponement and Ticket Transfer Procedures>>
Due to the enforced closure of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Face Productions has today announced that all perfomances of TITANIC THE MUSICAL from 14-16 June 2019 will be postponed to 11-13 October 2019.
Face Productions sincerely regrets the postponement, and hopes to see all audience members in October instead.
Ticket holders can present the original tickets in June performance for admission to October performance; or apply a full refund.

Transfer of ticket dates and performances
Original Performance – Rescheduled Performance:
Friday, 14 June 2019, 8pm – Friday, 11 October 2019, 8pm
Saturday, 15 June 2019, 11am – Saturday, 12 October 2019, 11am
Saturday, 15 June 2019, 3pm – Saturday, 12 October 2019, 3pm
Saturday, 15 June 2019, 8pm – Saturday, 12 October 2019, 8pm
Sunday, 16 June 2019, 11am – Sunday, 13 October 2019, 11am
Sunday, 16 June 2019, 3pm – Sunday, 13 October 2019, 3pm
Sunday, 16 June 2019, 7.30pm – Sunday, 13 October 2019, 7.30pm

Refund Arrangement
Refund details to be announced via HK Ticketing website in later stage, please CLICK THIS LINK https://bit.ly/2XJvhd7 for details.

For enquiries, please call HK Ticketing’s Customer Service Hotline on (852) 31 288 288.

Best regards,
HK Ticketing on behalf of Face Productions

Titanic is a multiple Tony Award-winning musical based on the famous sailing and sinking of “The Ship of Dreams”. Presented by award-winning performing arts training company Face Productions, Titanic the Musical encompasses a large cast in telling the tale and portraying the interlacing stories of many of the ill-fated passengers.

A wide cross-section of human life is embraced, from boiler room workers to first-class attendants and the captain himself, and a range of passengers from the poorest, who scraped together their life savings to purchase third-class tickets to America, to some of gthe wealthiest men and women of the Edwardian age, including John Jacob Astor and Benjamin Guggenheim.
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