Entertainment in Hong Kong

There is a comprehensive entertainment listings magazine. It's free, appears on Friday and can be picking up at restaurants, bars, shops and hotels throughout the territory. Also worth checking out is the freebie bc magazine, a biweekly guide to Hong Kong's entertainment and party scene.
Bookings for most cultural events can also be made by telephoning Urbtix (Tel: 2937 9009). You can also book tickets for many films and concerts and a great varity of cultural events through Cityline (Tel: 2317 6666).
Live music:
Wanch:(Tel: 2861 1621; 54 Jaffe road) this small venue has five music (mostly rock and folk) seven nights a week from 9 pm (10 pm on Friday and saturday), with the occasional solo guitarist thrown in.
Ned Kelly's Last Stand: (Tel: 2736 0562; 111A Ashley Road,) This Aussie pub features Ned Kelly's big Band  playing jazz from 9:30 till 1 am. Food (egg, meat and pies) is available and there's never a cover charge.
Bahama Mama's Carbbeam Bar (Tel: 2368 2121; 4-5 Kuntsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui) Bahama Mama's, with palm trees and surfboards to create an ‘island's feel, has DJs at the weekend and folks bopping on the shrimp-sized dance floor. '
Club 97 (Tel: 2186 1897; ground fl, Cosmos Bldg, 9-11 Lan Kwai Fong) This schmooze lounge bar has a selectively enforced ‘members only' policy to turn away the badly dressed-so make an effort. Happy hour on Friday is a gay event.
Drop (Tel: 2534 8856; basement, on Lok Mansion, 39-43 Hollywood Road) Deluxe lounge action, excellent tunes and potent cocktails keep Drop strong on the scene. The entrance is on Cochrane St.
Gay & Lesbian Venuds:
Along the gay and lesbian clubs and bars listed below, a few straight and mixed clubs, such as Club 97, have gay happy hours or evenings.
Curve (Tel: 2523 0998; ground & lower ground floors, 2 Arbuthnot Rd) Glitay, innovative club with award-winning modern décor.
Propaganda (Tel: 2868 1316; lower ground fl, 1 Hollywood Rd) Propaganda is still Hong Kong's premier gay dance club. The weekend cover charge gets you into Works on Friday. Enter from Ezra's Lane, which runs between Pottinger and Cochrane Sts.
Works (Tel: 2868 6102; first fl, 30-32 Wyndham St) Propaganda's sister club, Works is where most people start an evening on the town.