Park Circus to bring British-Chinese classic Ping Pong back to cinemas during Lunar New Year.

To celebrate Lunar New Year (10 February), Po-Chih Leong‘s groundbreaking Ping Pong is now available to book in DCP for the first time ever and will return to cinemas across the UK and Ireland from 9 February 2024 – supported by brand new artwork by Shipei Wang.

The first feature film by a Chinese British director, this madcap 80s mystery set in the heart of London’s busy Chinatown was a landmark on its release – but has since been largely overlookedKatie Smith-Wong Illuminates the film’s legacy in newly-commissioned programme notes, available soon.

Starring a brilliant Lucy Sheen as a young law student executing the rather tricky will of a wealthy restauranteur found dead in a Soho phone box, there has never been a better time to bring this triumphant examination of Chinese diaspora in Britain back to the big screen.

Ping Pong is back at the Prince Charles CinemaShowroom Sheffield, Lewes Depot, King Street Cinema, HOME Manchester, and more!

Find screenings here.

A cross-cultural fiction set in London’s Chinatown. When Sam Wong, a wealthy resident of London’s Chinatown is found dead in a phone box young Chinese lawyer Elaine Choi is called on to execute the terms of his will. But the task is far from being straightforward, and the beneficiaries get more than they bargained for.

Book a screening now.