Exhibitions Youri Leroux Exploring eroticism, literature and freedom, artist Youri Leroux's 'unrestrainable imagination' is reflected in this fine exhibition of oils. Chouinard Gallery, 1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels. Inquiries: 2858 5072. Until June 4 Urban Traces Algerian-born Jean Jacques Beltramo transforms essentials of urban life, such as drainage grates and door panels, into abstract works of art through photography. Muse Gallery, G/F, 40 Ship St, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2866 0106. Ends Sat Focus On Infinity - Pinhole Photography By Wheeler Matthews Armed with a simple, hand-made wooden pinhole camera, Marion Wheeler and Amber Matthews travelled through Australia, Cambodia, China, Hawaii, Malaysia, Myanmar, Portugal, Singapore and Thailand. The results are spectacular. E&J Gallo Gallery, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. Inquiries: 2521 7251. Until Apr 30 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 - and is not - real. Mon-Fri, 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-6pm. Hanart TZ Gallery, 2/F, Henley Building, 5 Queen's Rd, Central. Tel: 2526 9019. Until Apr 30 Sculptures From The Land Of The Long White Cloud In a joint show with New Zealand sculpture gallery Koru, the talents of Rick Swain (who works in wood) and Emma Camden and David Murray, who use glass as their medium, are premiered. Mon-Fri, 12pm-7pm; Sat-Sun, 12pm-6pm. Bark Modern Art, 1/F, 13-14 Lan Kwai Fong, Central. Inquiries: 2537 7271. Until May 3 Le Thanh Son And Nguyen Thanh Son Offering two contrasting perspectives of Vietnam's countryside, both artists' works attempt to offer a conceptualised view of nature. Le Thanh Son's art explodes with light and colour while Nguyen Thanh Son blurs the boundaries between hill people and famous totems. Arch Angel Art, 38 Peel St, Central. Inquiries: 2854 4255 or e-mail antiques@archangelantiques. com.hk. Ends May 8 Performing Arts East Wing, West Wing - 2046: The Chief Executive Is Missing Zuni Icosahedron and Edward Lam Dance Theatre present a political satire whose purpose is not merely to attack the government but to suggest Hong Kong people should take more responsibility in the shaping of their future. In Cantonese. Today-Sat, 8pm. Shouson Theatre, Arts Centre, Wan Chai. $160, $90 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 3128 8288 Identity Crisis Dinner Theatre The American Community Theatre presents another round of one-act comedies penned by playwrights Christopher Durang and David Ives. Ticket price includes dinner. Sat, 7.30pm; Sun, 6.30pm. The Brown Annexe, Zuni Icosahedron art space, 15 Hawthorne Rd, Happy Valley. $380. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or 2891 8558 Scribblers Present: The Fate Of The Assassins Based on Sima Qian's (145 BC to 86 BC) Cikeliezhuan, this tale explores the lives of several assassins in a combination of Greek tragedy and modern theatre. In Cantonese. May 8-10, 8pm. Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui. $100. Inquiries: email@example.com Xin Xin Guy Le Claire has travelled to China, India, Australia and Cananda, absorbing new musical influences on the way. Exploring the 'wonderlands of cross-cultural eco travel', the man who has been described as 'Australia's Joe Satriani' reveals his new sounds. May 15, 8.15pm. Fringe Studio Theatre (2nd floor). $80 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 2521 7251 Extra-curricular Removing The Mask: Sars In Perspective At this organic luncheon and interactive seminar, Hong Kong Heartbeat aims to get to the root of the current health issue and square up to the threat. Featuring Doctors Brian Walker, Allen Dorcas, Anthony Perillo and Kinzie. Rescheduled to tomorrow, 12.30pm-2pm. Alibi, 73 Wyndham St, Central. $280 advance/$320 at the door. Inquiries: 2167 1676 Audition Workshops Two workshops (preparation and practical) focus on what is required for successful auditions. A casting director shares top tips on factors such as resume presentation, audition etiquette, appropriate and inappropriate questions and cold reading. Tricks of the trade will also be shared. Bilingual presentations in English and Cantonese. May 4 and first Sunday of every month thereafter, 12pm-3pm. Paramount Star, 14/F, Matheson Centre, 3 Matheson St, Causeway Bay. $450 (preparation workshop), $350 (practical). For further information call 2591 5628 Night Scene We Are The Mods There's more to mod culture than getting a decent haircut and a pair of loafers, you know. Celebrating the official Hong Kong launch and 40th anniversary of mod label Ben Sherman, DJs Tomoko Okamura, Simon Pang, Ewan and Bodhi combine to present a night of authentic mod capers spinning 'modernist' tunes - basically anything with attitude. Sat, 9pm. One-fifth, Starcrest, Star St, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2520 2515 Cinqo De Mayo Party Or rather, Dos De Mayo as Hong Kong's only Latin band, Azucar Latina, perform at this rooftop party to celebrate Mexico's National Day. Tickets include a buffet of Mexican snacks and two drinks. May 2, 8pm-midnight. Rooftop, 8 Russell St (opposite Times Square), Causeway Bay. $170, available from Brown (Sing Woo Rd, Happy Valley). Bookings and inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or 2891 8558 For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.