# Cross-talk, Stand-up Comedy

Battle of humour between dim sum and chopsticks

A cross-generational battle is taking place at Tai Long Fong Tea House! Staged in an old-style Chinese tea house, A Gentlemen's Fight with Puns and Tea combines various forms of verbal performance art, including Chinese cross-talk, witty dialogues and stand-up comedy, to satisfy the entertainment appetite of any audience.

Without any sound or lighting effects, this performance is solely based on the comedians’ words and actions – expect an exciting battle of humour that continues the laughter from Seven's Up four years ago.

Duration: Approximately 1 hour
Performed in Cantonese
Suitable for ages 6 and up (may contain coarse language)

Producer: Chan Si Kei
Performers: Cheng Man Cheng, Fong Sek Un, Un Kuok Weng, Ho Kuok Man and Bacalhau (Leng Weng Hou, Leong Chi Long, Ho Weng Kin and Pui Sin Tat)

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A Gentlemen's Fight with Puns and Tea

Content provider: Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC)

Last modified: 2020-12-16 17:21

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