What's On

PUBLISHED : Friday, 09 April, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 09 April, 2004, 12:00am


More than 20 colourful Easter eggs by illustrators and creative directors from Europe, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong are on display at Harbour City until Monday.

The artists include the creator of McMug, Alice Mak Ka-bik, award-wining art director Yee Chung-man, pop singer Leo Koo Gui-gei and disabled visual artist Liu Tong-mui. Their Easter eggs will be up for auction, and a limited edition album will be on sale for $20. Proceeds will go to The Community Chest of Hong Kong.

An Easter party will be held on Sunday from 3pm to 5pm, with Easter hip-hop bunnies, a contest and other family entertainment. Admission is free. For more information, call 2118 8601.


The lovely characters from Sesame Street will bring cheer to Tuen Mun Town Plaza on Sunday and Monday from 3pm to 4pm.

On Sunday, Canto-pop stars Yumiko Cheng Hei-yi and Deep Ng Ho-hong will play games with visitors, while Elmo from Sesame Street will perform a funky 'Chicken Dance'. On Monday, popular magician Harry Wong will host a Kids Magic Class. The party also provides the opportunity for visitors to take photos with the Sesame Street stars. For details, call 2566 4916.


The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HKPO) wraps up its Instrument in Focus series with the stars of string instruments - violin and cello. The concert, conducted by Pietari Inkinen, is at 8pm today and tomorrow at the City Hall Concert Hall. HKPO's concertmaster Dennis Kim and principal cellist Richard Bamping will play Brahms' Double Concerto.

Tickets at $180, $140, $100 and $60 (half-price for students) are available through Urbtix on 2734 9009.