SCOTTISH ROCKERS HIT HONG KONG
Scottish rock quartet Franz Ferdinand will take centre stage at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium Arena tomorrow at 8pm.
The quartet, formed in 2001, are one of the most popular bands in Britain. Their debut album launched two years ago has sold 3.2 million records worldwide.
The band has reached new heights with their second album You Could Have It So Much Better. The album went straight to number one in the UK and features such hits as Do You Want To and Walk Away.
Tickets at $780, $580 and $480 are available from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288.
CALLIGRAPHY AND MOVEMENT
Prestigious Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan will stage Cursive: A Trilogy, a contemporary dance epic combining the beauty of calligraphy and graceful movement.
The poetic trilogy by dance master Lin Hwai-min is inspired by the energy 'chi' found in Chinese calligraphy and dance.
With slides of gigantic brush characters as backdrops, the dancers will perform to music composed by Qu Xiao-song, John Cage, Jim Shum and Liang Chun-mei.
Five shows will be featured over four days - from Wednesday to Sunday at 8.15pm, with a matinee at 3pm on Sunday at Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Student tickets range from $40 to $100 ($80 to $350 for adults) and are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009.