SHOW HIGHLIGHTS POWER OF WIND AND WATER
The City Contemporary Dance Company will stage Feng.Shui, which highlights the power of wind and water and how they affect people's lives.
The show will comprise two 40-minute segments - Wind and Water - created by local choreographer Daniel Yeung Chun-kwong.
Feng shui takes its name from the Chinese words for 'wind' and 'water'.
The ancient Chinese science is based on the balance of elements, and the interactive forces of wind and water.
The two pieces feature different dance movements and impressive stage effects to show the fickle nature of wind and water.
Feng.Shui will be staged at 8pm on Friday and Saturday at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium.
Student tickets at $60, $80 and $110 ($120, $160 and $220 for adults) are available from Urbtix
on 2734 9009.
UK BAND SET TO ROCK HK
Scottish band Simple Minds will perform at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Friday at 8pm.
In their 25-year career, the retro-rock band have sold some 30 million albums worldwide. Their number one single, Don't You (Forget About Me), was the theme song of the 1985 teen movie, The Breakfast Club.
The band, led by Jim Kerr, will perform tracks from their recent release, Black & White 050505.
Tickets at $780, $580 and $380 are available from Urbtix.