Exhibition Aung Myint One of the leading lights of the Myanmar art scene is self-taught painter, installation and performance artist Aung Myint. Using oils, acrylics and collage, his work refuses to be pigeonholed. Karin Weber Gallery, 32a Staunton St, Central. Inquiries: 2544 5004. Until Apr 2 Rolling Stones: Ron Wood Exhibition Coinciding with the forthcoming Rolling Stones concerts in Hong Kong, J Gallery hosts a show featuring pictures by bassist Ron Wood of his bandmates and musicians with whom he has worked. J Gallery, 6/F, 32 Wellington St, Central. Inquiries: 2369 9062. Until Mar 31 Bagus Taking the Indonesian word for 'good' as her primary impulse, artist Sin Sin continues her exploration of the conflict between art and fashion with an exhibition that includes a range of accessories as well as canvas contributions from Thai artists featured at the Chouinard Gallery. Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm. Sin Sin, 18 On Lan St, Central. Inquiries: 2521 0308. Until May 31 Ancient Taoist Art from Shanxi Province Taoism explores the natural forces in the universe - yin and yang - which must be maintained in order to promote harmony. The University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong and the Administration of Cultural Relics, Shanxi province, have combined to present this exhibition of paintings, porcelain, lacquerware and carvings in stone, wood, jade and bronze from the Tang (618-907) to the Qing dynasties (1644-1911). Fung Ping Shan Building, University of Hong Kong, Bonham Rd. Free. Inquiries: 2241 5513. From Mar 31 Stage Independent Dance Makers - Made In China Presented by City Contemporary Dance Company, the hottest talent from Tianjin, Shandong, Hunan, Guangxi and Beijing is set to converge on Hong Kong. The provocative displays from these students, graduates and teachers demonstrate a fearless new generation of Chinese dance. Fri-Sat, 7.30pm. HK City Hall Theatre, Central. $120, $90 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 9009 Ronald Chin Local percussionist Ronald Chin delivers a set of traditional Chinese folk pieces that thrive on pulsating rhythms and earthy melodic flavour - including the powerful Flying Dragon and Jumping Tiger and the flowing Fishermen's Triumphant Song. Fri, 8pm. Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre. $90-$150, Urbtix. Inquiries: 2268 7321 The Blue Planet Live! An extra date (next Sun, 3pm) has been added giving another opportunity to witness the HK Philharmonic under the auspices of conductor George Fenton (the composer behind the striking music). The concert also features footage from the award-winning documentary. In Cantonese, with Chinese and English subtitles. Fri, 8pm; Sat 3pm, 8pm; Sun 3pm. Cultural Centre Grand Theatre. $100-$360, Urbtix. Inquiries: 2312 6103 Mandolin Magic Britain's leading classical mandolin player, Alison Stephens, will demonstrate the dazzling, quick-fingered skills that earned her worldwide acclaim. Having played on the soundtrack to hit film Captain Corelli's Mandolin, she joins the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong in a performance of concertos by Vivaldi and Paisiello as well as rare scores by Mozart, Gretry, Haydn and Beethoven. She will also be joined by British baritone Richard Frewer and conductor Nicholas Routley, who was a founding member of the RTHK Singers. Apr 2, 8pm. HK City Hall Theatre, Central. $200, $150, Urbtix. Inquiries: 2857 2402 Blood Brothers Willy Russell's emotionally charged rock musical charts the lives of twin brothers separated at birth. While one enjoys a privileged upbringing, the other suffers the plight of poverty with his natural mother. Liverpool, a once thriving port in decline, provides a suitably harsh backdrop. Apr 2-3 and Apr 5, 8pm. Apr 4, 6.30pm and 9pm. Fringe Theatre, Fringe Club. 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $180 ($150 members) HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 2511 6192 Extra-curricular Cirque Du Soleil Auditions The circus phenomenon will visit Hong Kong as part of a recruitment drive, providing the opportunity of a lifetime for budding acrobats, martial artists, actors and dancers. If you have a head for heights and an appetite for adventure, this could be your dream ticket. Up for grabs is a two-year contract if you can make the grade. Auditions are sponsored by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (APA) Extension and Continuing Education For Life (EXCEL) Unit. Application deadline is Mar 26. Forms are available from the APA, 1 Gloucester Rd, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2584 8718 For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.