26 Get creative
Faust is holding holiday programmes in theatre (ages 4-14) and creative writing (ages 6-12) for youngsters wanting to hone their skills over the Easter break.
Visit www.faustworld.com/programmes/holiday.html for details and registration.
6 French fun
Cocorico, a mime artist from France, promises side-splittingly funny entertainment for all the family. Part of Le French May: visit www.frenchmay.com for details of this and other shows.
When: May 6-8, 8pm
Where: Cultural Centre
Tickets: HK$80-HK$140 (HK$160-HK$280 for adults) from Urbtix on 2111 5999
1 Creative coup
Composers and performers, among them winners of a Grammy and a Pulitzer, will join hands to bring classical culture to Sundays in May.
When: May 1 and 8, 3pm
Tickets: HK$30 (HK$50 for adults) from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288
22 Easter eaters
Island Shangri-La is celebrating Easter Delights this month. Cafe Too is offering festive buffets April 22-25 at lunch (HK$238-HK$258/child; HK$398-HK4438/adult), tea (HK$168/child; HK$238/adult) and dinner (HK$318/child; HK$538/adult). There will be an Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday at 2pm, and Easter goodies are available from Island Gourmet.
18 Mystery continues
Hong Kong Players Ltd in association with HK Rep present An Inspector Calls. If you're studying it - or any drama, really - at school, you definitely won't want to miss this. In English with Chinese surtitles.
When: May 18-21, 8pm (3pm matinees on May 21/22)
Where: Sheung Wan Civic Centre
Tickets: HK$150 (HK$220 for adults) from Urbtix