People . Chair - Works By Freeman Lau

Freeman Lau transforms everyday chairs into tools with which he can demonstrate the quirks of humanity. Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong City Hall Low Block, Edinburgh Place, Central. Inquiries: 2724 8182. Until Sunday

Tim Hall

A collection of pictures taken by the London-based photographer in Hong Kong, India, Myanmar, Vietnam and Morocco over the past decade. The Rotunda, Exchange Square, Central. Inquiries: 2526 9566. Until Apr 7


Marco Szeto is a Hong Kong artist whose works are infused with a feeling unique to the spot he is painting. This exhibition takes examples from the many places he has visited, from Mexico to Southeast Asia to Africa. His use of Chinese ink with Western watercolours gives his works a global feel. Yan Gallery, 77 Wyndham St, Central. Inquiries: 2139 2345. Until Apr 17

Chu Hing-wah - My Third Page: Dream And Reality

With works that occasionally resemble subconscious glimpses through half-shut eyes, this exhibition raises a variety of talking points, such as how we determine what is real and not real. 10am-6.30pm Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat. Hanart TZ Gallery, 2/F Henley Bldg, 5 Queen's Rd, Central. Tel: 2526 9019. Until Apr 30

Early Hong Kong Eateries

The exhibition includes more than 100 photos that emphasise Hong Kong's ever-changing culinary culture. Most come from the collection of Cheng Po-hung, an expert on local history. University Museum and Art Gallery, University of Hong Kong, Bonham Rd. Free. Inquiries: 2241 5513. Until Jun 9


That Time/Kwaidan

The City Contemporary Dance Company presents two 45-minute performances. That Time attempts to create a landscape of the mind, set to a score by Astor Piazolla and Dino Saluzzi. Award-winning Australian choreographer Maggi Sietsma combines layered images of memories in a work inspired by the Samuel Beckett piece of the same name. Kwaidan, meanwhile, is an adaptation of the Japanese ghost movie. Three stories are contrasted with modern episodes on a giant 3D scroll. Apr 11-12, 8pm. Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium, Kwai Chung. $150, $120, $90 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2406 1139

Musique Populaire

A concert of short favourites from the 20th century, it features four talented musicians, including Hong Kong-born violinist Chui-tan Lee, Australian guitarist Christopher Gordon, Russian mezzo-soprano Elena Katygorokh and the Hong Kong Philharmonic's Shirley Ip on piano. The programme includes Russian folk songs and works by Kreisler, Villa-Lobos, Gershwin and Piazzolla. Apr 12, 8.30pm. Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre. $150, $130, $100. Inquiries: 3017 0888

Mandolin Magic

Alison Stephens, Britain's leading classical mandolin player, joins the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong for an evening of concertos by Vivaldi and Paisiello as well as rare scores by Mozart, Gretry, Haydn and Beethoven. Also performing are British baritone Richard Frewer and conductor Nicholas Routley, who was a founding member of the RTHK Singers. Today, 8pm. City Hall Theatre, Central. $200, $150 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2857 2402

Night Scene

The Dancing Violin

In a setting billed as 'DJ Sasha meets Vanessa Mae', violinist Luca Ciarla steps away from his classical and jazz roots to embrace the dance floor. Joined by a percussionist and a DJ, the combination promises to be a little off the wall. Tomorrow, 10pm. Club 97, 9 Lan Kwai Fong, Central. For further details, call 2186 1897 Ultimate Junk

DJ Kulu has realised his feel-good Sunday night music club is perfect junk-party material. Rocking the boat during a three-hour cruise will be the Ultra Lounge crew with a live mix of funk, jazz and hip-hop. The voyage includes food, an open bar and a 2-4-1 offer until 1am at Liquid upon your return. Sat, Apr 12, 9pm. Queen's Pier, Central. $390, Cityline. Inquiries: 2865 5919


HK Centre For The Arts

All programmes up to April 10, including the workshop series on Strings, Wind and Brass Music. Inquiries: 2358 6149.

The Big Film Poster Show

Inquiries: 2501 0599.

Blow Up!

Saturday's festival of UK hip-hop and r&b at Club ing. Inquiries: 2824 0523

Uncle Dave's Big Day Out: The Ugly Duckling

This month's edition of the popular children's theatre. Inquiries: 2114-7139 or [email protected].

Andrew Motion

Inquiries: 2913 5215

HK Academy For Performing Arts

All classes and presentations have been cancelled until Sunday. Affected shows are: Academy Piano Recital, Fri. Academy Opera: The Telephone and Le Villi, Sat and Apr 8. Refund/exchange arrangements to be announced. Inquiries: 2584 8514

Rhythm In Your Rubbish

The shows scheduled for Friday (Sha Tin Town Hall Auditorium), Saturday (Tsuen Wan Town Hall Auditorium) and Sunday (Cultural Centre Concert Hall). Refunds available. Inquiries: 2721 2030


Will play an extra date in Osaka, Japan, instead of Hong Kong. Inquiries: 3128 8288

The Punchline Comedy Club

Apr 11 and 12 shows.

Inquiries: 2317 6666

Miguel Migs

Apr 11 appearance at One-fifth. Inquiries: 2520 2515


Asia Pacific Leather Fair

The two exhibitions originally planned for April 7-9 (Fashion and Finished Products Show) and for Apr 7-10 (Raw Materials and Manufacturing Show) have been postponed until June 26-28. Inquiries: 2827 6211

Blood Brothers

No new dates yet for the shows scheduled at the Fringe Theatre, Fringe Club. Inquiries: 2511 6192


No new date yet for Thu's show. Inquiries: 3128 8288

12th Great Chefs Of Hong Kong

Next Monday's annual charity cook-off has been rescheduled for June 19. Inquiries: 2776 3111

Andy Williams

The Emperor of Easy has rescheduled his Apr 12 show to June 6 at the Convention and Exhibition Centre. Inquiries: 2882 1689

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