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PUBLISHED : Thursday, 26 May, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Thursday, 26 May, 2005, 12:00am


Veteran comedian Jim Chim Shui-man will restage his popular solo performance Man of La Tiger after his sold-out performances earlier this year.

Written by playwright Poon Wai-sum, the show portrays a middle-class man's grievances through gags and spoofs.

Chim will impersonate politicians and celebrities.

Presented by Theatre Ensemble, Man of La Tiger will be performed in Cantonese from today until June 5 at 8pm, with weekend matinees at 3pm, at the Hong Kong Arts Centre's Shouson Theatre.

Tickets cost $250, $200 and $150, with half-price concessions for students, and are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009.


Mime Touch Theatre group will stage The Theft of the Spirit, a silent theatre show.

The performers, some of whom are hearing impaired, communicate through body language and movement.

The show looks at problems caused by modern civilisation such as isolation, war, loss of faith and environmental degradation.

The performance takes place from Friday to Saturday at 7.45pm in the O2 Theatre of the Fringe Club.

Tickets cost $70 (adults), $60 (Fringe Club members and students), and are available from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288.


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