THEATRE Old Times. From Thursday, 7.30pm, Fringe Club Theatre, $120, $90 for members, students, and senior citizens. One of the major plays in the Pinter canon with the usual malevolent subtext concerned with possessiveness, control and sexual tension. This production is presented by the Queen's Theatre Company and directed by Colin Crisswell, whose recent production of Strindberg's Miss Julie, which explores similar territory, was well received. Worth dropping in for. Ultimate Exposition. Tonight, 8pm, Cultural Centre Studio Theatre, $90, $70, Urbtix. A drama about a TV show peddling exposes and salacious gossip and the effect television can have on real events. The plot involves the discovery of a dead body, and it's never quite clear where reality ends and television begins. The production is by local drama group, The Nonsense Makers. Punch Me In The Stomach. Tuesday and Wednesday, 8pm, Jewish Community Centre Auditorium, Robinson Place, 70 Robinson Road, $150. A semi-autobiographical one-woman show by New Zealand-born actress, singer and comedienne Deb Filler. The daughter of two Holocaust survivors, Filler has written this piece based on her childhood experiences. By all accounts alternately moving and hilarious, this should be a good general-purpose cathartic experience. Part of the Jewish Arts Festival 1995. DANCE 7 Ups and Downs - The Number that Doesn't Count. Tonight, 8pm, Sheung Wan Civic Theatre, $70, $50, $35, $25, Urbtix. The final production in local dance troupe Zuni Icosahedron's Zuni Diffusion Line series. The theme is youth and the millennium and features seven dancers portraying seven different emotional conditions. An attempt to define a generation through dance. MUSIC Folk Night. Tuesday, 8pm, Fringe Club Theatre, $50, $25 for Fringe and Folk Society members. Members of the Folk Society perform singly or in different ensembles in a variety of styles. The music might be English, Irish, American, Chinese or a mixture of any of the above. It's surprising how good the blues can sound when played on the erhu. The quality of the music will depend very much on who shows up but there is a surprising amount of talent that sometimes emerges from the woodwork for a few tunes and a few pints - not necessarily in that order. Would-be performers should contact the organiser, Mike Miller, on 2813-8496. The Cecilian Singers. Thursday, 8pm, St John's Cathedral. Entry by programme, $80 at the door. Free seating. For information, call Annie Dennis on 2819-0229. The annual Christmas concert by the Cecilian Singers will feature a school choir from Bacau, Romania. The prize-winning Animosi Choral Society, made up of students aged from 11 to 14, will perform Romanian carols and winter songs as part of the Cecilian's programme, which is conducted by Susan Kuyper with the APA Brass. Ayni. Tonight, from 7pm, the Peak Cafe, free. The Peak is becoming a good area for live music with more shows being presented at Cafe Deco and now, at the Peak Cafe, a series of performances of South American music. Ayni is a Bolivian trio that specialises in the music of Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. There is more to this stuff than a fashionable New Age fad and this group is likely to be worth hearing. CINEMA Hair. Friday, 8.30pm, the park outside the Arts Centre, free. An outdoor showing of Milos Forman's 1979 film of the ground-breaking 60s musical, as part of the series of Nescafe Showtime presentations. It all looks horribly dated now, but at the time the hippie show shook up the Broadway establishment considerably with its stage nudity and irreverence for wholesome American values. Forman, who also directed Amadeus, has a gift for bringing stage hits to the big screen, and even if the iconography of the 60s and the dawning of the age of Aquarius makes you cringe, some of the tunes still wear well. EXHIBITIONS Vietnamese Artists Gaining International Recognition. Gallerie La Vong, 13th floor, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, to Wednesday, 10.30am to 6.30pm. An exhibition of the painters this gallery has been assiduously promoting who are beginning to make an international mark. Artists on show include Tran Trung Tin, Dand Xuan Hoa and Bun Chi. A good representative selection of modern Vietnamese art, some of which is strikingly beautiful. OP Editions. From Wednesday, Fringe Gallery, noon to midnight. The Original Photograph Club, established in 1994 to encourage the collecting and exchange of contemporary photography, is staging this exhibition of limited edition 20/20 prints by well-known local contemporary photographers. Patrick Lee, Almond Chu, Joseph Fung and Lee Ka-Sing are among the lensmen whose work is being displayed.