Exhibitions For One Brief Shining Moment Lamma-based artist Christine Dodd Myers makes her debut with a 30-piece exhibition relating to the seven chakras (energies) that flow through the body. Her work, a mixture of canvas and ceramic, provides a calming influence and a positive view of the human psyche. Muse Gallery, G/F, 40 Ship St, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 3110 4618 or 2866 0106. Until May 31 Seven Artists From Mandalay These artists were schooled in traditional forms of painting but had little exposure to the contemporary styles favoured by outside movements. This exhibition charts their reactions to nature and the land.. Karin Weber Gallery. 32A, Staunton St, Central. Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm, Sun 1pm-7pm. Inquiries: 2544 5004. Ends Sat City Heroes Photographer Leong Ka-tai attempts to find the 'true heart' of the city by capturing ordinary people on film. The 40 snapshots of individuals who personify the story of Hong Kong ends where it began, at HSBC Plaza in Central.Inquiries: 2521 1751 or email@example.com . Until May 11 Tempted By Tempera Zhang Yong and Zhai Peihong are reputed to be the first artists in China to use the Western medium of tempera on board. The collection includes Zhang's observations on rural life. Galerie Du Monde, 328 Pacific Place, 88 Queensway. 10am-7pm (Sun, noon-5pm). Inquiries: 2525 0529. Until May 31 Napoleon Bonaparte: Emperor And Man Just as the kitsch art found in Saddam Hussein's palaces offer a psychological insight into the deposed Iraqi leader, so too do the beautiful works that decorated Napoleon's home, La Malmaison. Treasures are plentiful in this exhibition, which explores the trends of the era. Special Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of History, 100 Chatham Rd South, Tsim Sha Tsui. $20, $14, $10. Inquiries: 2724 9042. Until Jun 29 Le Songe Creux (The Hollow Dream) The culmination of 15 years' work, Frank Vigneron presents a series of ink drawings that attempt to recreate and unite two simple representations of infinity: the rectangle and the spiral. The complexity of each drawing is astounding, particularly when you consider they were completed entirely by hand. Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm (closed 2pm-3pm); Sun, 1pm-5pm; or by appointment. John Batten Gallery, 64 Peel St, Central. Tel: 2854 1018. Opens Sat Performing Arts Sexual Perversity In Chicago One of David Mamet's first plays, this tells the story of dysfunctional human relationships, bar-hopping, one-night stands and pick-up lines in the big city. It translates well wherever it's performed. The power of the sexual encounter amid the urban jungle resonates. Today-Sat, 8pm. Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $80 (members); $100 (non-members). Inquiries: 2521 9126 Transformation Double This theatrical vision, inspired by local author Dung Kai-cheung's award-winning novel Double Body and Kafka's Metamorphosis, explores mutating desires and rites of passage. The performance embraces video installation and original music in its efforts to cut a swathe through illusion. Today-Sat, 8pm; May 11, 3pm. McAulay Studio, Arts Centre, Wan Chai. $110, $60 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2521 2840 Scribblers Present: The Fate Of The Assassins Based on Sima Qian's (145-86 BC) Cikeliezhuan, this tale explores the lives of several assassins in a combination of Greek tragedy and modern theatre. In Cantonese. Tomorrow-Sat, 8pm. Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui. $100. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Film Israeli Film Festival Featuring eight films, this cinematic tour explores the history, tradition and culture of Israel. Kicking things off is Desperado Square, which swept the board at the Israeli Academy Awards in 2000. Those who like metal heavy should check out Vulcan Junction, an illustration of the lives of four rock musicians with a soundtrack featuring the Zombies, Deep Purple and King Crimson. City Hall Theatre, Central, and Space Museum Lecture Hall, Tsim Sha Tsui. $40 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 2900 When Cinema Meets Fashion Le French May continues with this cinema extravaganza offering a crash course in fashion with a selection of French cinema classics. The fashion statements made by French directors have ensured the kings and queens of the catwalk have been immortalised in celluloid, from Chanel's little black dress to the gaudy bondage leanings of Jean Paul Gaultier. Arts Centre, Lim Por Yen Film Theatre, Wan Chai. $50 Urbtix. Inquiries and screenings information: 2582 0200. Until Jun 1 Night Scene Chivas Regal World Music Room Launch Party The party celebrates the regional launch of the World Music Room compilation in collaboration with Chivas Regal. The project gathers music from all around the world, including lesser-known artists Royksopp, Gabin and Madredeus. Moby and Dirty Vegas also appear. Purchasers of the CD have the chance to win a trip to Paris to see Moby play live. Today, 10.30pm. One-fifth, 9 Star St, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2520 2515 Ultimate Junk DJ Kulu captains this second voyage for the Ultra-lounge crew, who will rock the boat during the three-hour cruise with a live mix of funk, jazz and hip-hop. The voyage includes food, an open bar and a two-for-one offer until 1am at Liquid upon your return. Sat, 9pm. Queen's Pier, Central. $390 Cityline. Inquiries: 2111 5333 Slinky World Tour Bursting out of the English seaside resort of Bournemouth in the mid-1990s, Slinky is the latest superclub to escape the dwindling British scene by touting its wares elsewhere in the world. The 'Superstar DJ' on show here is Dave Lea. Supporting him are local boys Frankie Lam, Christian, Jimi K and Tak. Sat, 10pm-6am. Club Ing, 4/F Convention Plaza, 1 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai. $180/$230. Inquiries: 9043 0969 For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.