Po Hing Theatre
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The Po Hing Theatre was situated in the Yaumati district on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong. It was built on the site of the previous Po Hing Theatre. “Po Hing”, meaning “celebrations all over the world”, is the Cantonese prounciation of its Chinese name.
The theatre opened to business in December 1928, and Cantonese operas were always performed before and after World War II. Selected films were shown when there was no programmes of stage performances.
In 1936 and 1937, it also served as a venue for boxing matches.
The theatre reopened at an unknown date after the war.
On 27th July, 1955, it closed its doors and its last programme was a Cantonese vaudeville show.
The Astor Theatre was built on the site of the theatre.
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