Bruno Wang is a philanthropist, patron of culture and businessman. A dedicated practitioner of energy healing and mindfulness, Bruno Wang established the Pureland Foundation to support social, spiritual and emotional wellness. The Foundation also aims to enrich lives through art and music.
The Foundation hosts regular events through the Pure Land Series at China Exchange, inviting inspirational speakers and like-minded people to share their insights and vision of a world grounded in compassion, empowerment, creativity and spirituality.
Bruno Wang believes in the transformative power of the performing arts to raise awareness, inspire change and promote social inclusion. He is the founder of Bruno Wang Productions, which is known for its inspiring, imaginative and critically-acclaimed theatrical and dance productions around the world.
Bruno Wang Productions has co-produced and supported many renowned productions including An American in Paris, Dreamgirls, Show Boat, The Glass Menagerie, Travesties, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Visit, People, Places and Things, School of Rock – The Musical, Mrs Henderson Presents, Scottsboro Boys, Groundhog Day, Billy Elliot, Private Lives and A Streetcar Named Desire.
The UK productions were honoured to receive 32 nominations in the Olivier Awards for 2017.