Exhibitions PQ'03 - HK Hong Kong theatre design specialists come together using a variety of visual media, in this preview of the Prague Quadrennial 2003 (an international exhibition of scenography and theatre architecture). There is also a seminar to discuss 'Form, Spirit, Meaning and Image - The Positioning of HK Scenographic Design in the World'. Sat, 6pm. In Cantonese. AC2 Function Room, Level 4, Administration Building, HK Cultural Centre, TST. Preview from today until Apr 4, 9am-11pm daily in the foyer exhibition area. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org The Beatles: Photographs From The 1960s Photographer Robert Freeman was partly responsible for turning the mop-top Merseysiders into global icons, having photographed and designed five of their album covers (With The Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Beatles For Sale, Help!, and Rubber Soul). The exhibition will be accompanied by screenings of the newly released The Beatles Anthology DVD and a series of Gered Mankowitz's pictures of the Rolling Stones. Ends Sat, 12pm-8pm. 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Rd, Admiralty. Free admission. Inquiries: 2913 5250 Rolling Stones: Ron Wood Exhibition Coinciding with this weekend's double-dose of Rolling Stones concerts, J Gallery hosts a show featuring pictures by Ron Wood of his bandmates and musicians he has worked with. J Gallery, 6/F, 32 Wellington St, Central. Inquiries: 2369 9062. Until Mar 31 Stage The Hong Kong Sinfonietta Presents The Most Beautiful Sound Joining the Diocesan Girl's Junior School Choir is conductor Bruno Ferrandis and soprano Patricia Rozario to perform numbers such as Prokofiev's Classical Symphony and Rachmaninov's Vocalise, Op 34 No 14 for Soprano and Orchestra. Tomorrow, 8pm. City Hall Concert Hall, Central. Tickets: $90, $140, $180 Cityline. Inquiries: 2921 2840 The Blue Planet Live! An extra date (Sun, 3pm) has been added to allow more to witness the Hong Kong Philharmonic under the auspices of conductor George Fenton (the composer behind the striking music). The concert also features footage from the award-winning documentary itself. Narration in Cantonese, with Chinese and English subtitles. Fri, 8pm; Sat 3pm, 8pm; Sun 3pm. Cultural Centre Grand Theatre, TST. $100-$360 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2312 6103 The Rolling Stones - Licks World Tour The oldest swingers in town get to rock Hong Kong. With their own jumbo jet of equipment and a huge back catalogue, it promises to be the biggest night of rock'n'roll Hong Kong has seen. Fri and Sat 8pm. Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai. $598, $1,398, $2,888. HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 3128 8288 The Canadian Film Festival Ararat A sombre reflection, Atom Egoyan's latest offering deals with war and the pressures of family life. The Armenian Genocide of 1915 by the Turks provides the harrowing backdrop. Fri, 7.30pm. In English and Turkish with Chinese and English subtitles. Alice Tremblay's Odyssey The offbeat festival continues with this lavishly designed fantasy in which a single mother imagines she can realise her childhood dream of becoming a princess. In English. Sat, 5pm. In French with English and Cantonese subtitles. Hong Kong Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho. $40 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 2900 Night Scene Shep Woolley If anyone remembers 1960s Wan Chai bar Arizona, chances are they remember Shep Woolley too. Playing rock'n'roll to audiences predominantly consisting of visiting US and British forces, he has since built a career singing and doing stand-up comedy around the world. In 1985 he returned to entertain revellers at the Bull & Bear (now Caledonia) during the Rugby Sevens weekend. He stayed for another 11 years before departing. This year marks his much-anticipated return. Tonight, tomorrow, 9pm. Caledonia, G/F, Hutchinson House, Central. $100. Inquiries: 2524 1314 Moby The king of electro-lounge now finds himself on top of the world after spending his earlier years in the commercial wilderness. There was a time when you couldn't go anywhere without hearing tracks from his 1999 opus Play, a sound refined by last year's 18. A small man he may be, but the sound he creates is massive. Apr 3, 8pm. Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hall 3, Wan Chai. $590, $490, $390 (seated) HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 3128 8288 Extra-curricular 2003 DHL Tens The packed week of rugby continues its countdown to the main event with the gritty, stripped-down excellence of the DHL Tens. This is one for the real rugby purists. Attending this 19th tournament are Fiji, New Zealand, Australia and Britain, among others. Today from 10am, tomorrow from 11am. HK Football Club, Sports Rd, Happy Valley. Entry with programme ($200). Inquiries: 2830 9500 Challenges And Lessons From The World's Toughest Yacht Race Dickon Purvis was watch-leader on the winning yacht in the 2000-2001 BT Global Challenge, beating 11 other crews. He shares his tale at this special luncheon. Tomorrow, 12.30pm. Foreign Correspondents' Club, Lower Albert Rd, Central. $170 ($150 members). Inquiries: 2521 1511 or e-mail email@example.com For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.