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Three Novels: The Third Lie

Event Category: Performing Arts

Accessibility Services

Audio Description (Cantonese), Theatrical Interpretation, Accessible Captions (Chinese)


Audio Describer: Yumi Keung

Theatrical Interpreters: Rebecca Ho, Ling Yeung


Please call 2777 1771 to reserve the audio description device in advance. Thank you!


Promotional image of 'Three Novels: The Third Lie'


Programme Description

This production is a trilogy, adapted from a novel by contemporary Hungarian writer Ágota Kristóf.  In this world so full of lies, how can you be safe!


The Notebook ended with the twin boys living in two cities. One of them walked over their father’s dead body cross the border and entered another country.  The other stayed with their grandmother. Lucas, who stayed behind and lived alone, tried hard to help the underprivileged and the unfortunate around him: he took in a woman and her illegitimate child, brought food to the priest’s house, listened to the owner of the stationery shop about his long-harboured dream of becoming a writer, and attempted to comfort a woman whose husband had been sentenced to death… In a land of war, these stories are direct reflections of the human soul.


In the last part of the trilogy, twin brothers Lucas and Claus are reunited after 50 years of separation. Despite the long years of waiting, the distance between them did not diminish with time. Through narrations from both sides, the truth regarding their childhood is gradually revealed. What happened to them during all these years of separation? All is revealed in Part Three of the trilogy.



Programme Details

Accessible Performance

Date: 20 March 2016 (Sun)

Time: 3pm

Venue: Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall (72 Tai Ho Road, Tsuen Wan)

Remarks: This performance contains adult and smoking scenes. Suitable for aged 12 and above.


Other performances

Date: 18-19 March 2016

Time: 8pm




Price: $200 / $160 / $120



  • 50% discount available for People with Disabilities and the Support Person, Full-time Students, Senior Citizens aged 60 or above (subject to availability).
  • Other discount details: Please refer to the website of URBTIX


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Programme Enquiry

The Nonsensemakers

Phone: 9612 7547

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