Exhibitions Springtime In Beijing Three celebrated artists - Wang Guozhu, Zhang Guoning and Zhao Yao - explore the magic of Beijing in spring, from the dusty hutongs to the splendour of the Forbidden City. Mon-Sat, 10.30am-7pm; Sun noon-5pm. Connoisseur Art Gallery, Shop G3 Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1 Hollywood Rd, Central. For further information, call 2868 5358. Until May 18 Series Two: Illuminated Objects A combination of ideas on the illumination of themes and interiors from industrial designers Monoone, Sinda Lai and Ivan Lam, architects Derrick Tsang and Kitty Au, print-maker Peter Lau, fashion designer Yeelin Yeung, ceramic artist Rosanna Li, and mixed-media artists Chan Yuk-keung, Tsang Tak-ping, Sara Tse, Jaffa Lam and Amy Lee. Habitus Art Space explores the theme of design through the process of designing illumination. Habitus, 3/F Win Hing House, 38 Wyndham St, Central. For further information visit email@example.com . Ends May 24 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. For further information call 3110 4618 or 2866 0106. Until May 31 Performing Arts Triple Beethoven After a month-long hiatus thanks to Sars, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HKPO) storms back into action with HKPO conductor laureate at the helm. With the original guests unable to come from overseas, Beethoven's celebrated Triple Concerto is to be performed by Wong Sze-hang on violin, Richard Bamping on cello and Shirley Ip Hang-jim on piano. The orchestra also negotiates Bartok's Dance Suite, Stravinsky's The Firebird Suite and Tchaikovsky's Pezzo Capriccioso. Fri-Sat, 8pm. Cultural Centre Concert Hall. $220, $160, $100, $60 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2721 2030 or www.hkpo.com Violinmania III: Min Lee In the place of Tedi Papavrami, the Hong Kong Sinfonietta presents Min Lee, hailed as one of the world's finest young virtuosos. Winner of the best performer award at the Singapore National Music Competition at the age of eight, and taking the first prize and laureate title at Prague's Kocian International Violin Competition at 11, she became the youngest musician to graduate from Yale when she was 17. She will perform Berlioz's Roman Carnival, Saint-Saens' Violin Concerto No 3 in B minor, Op 61, Waxman's Carmen Fantasy and Bizet's Symphony No 1 in C. Sat, 8pm. City Hall Concert Hall, Central. $220, $140 and $100 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2836 3336 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. In English. Today-Sat, 8pm. Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $80 (members); $100 (non-members). Inquiries: 2521 9126 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. 8pm. Cultural Centre, Studio Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui. $100. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org . Until Sat Film The Bertolt Brecht Workshop - Film Screenings All the existing short films Brecht produced are gathered together in a series of screenings. The programme aims to give an idea of his work as a director, how he shaped the theatrical production of his scripts, and his relationships with actors and crew. May 16: The Mysteries Of A Hairdresser's Shop, A Man's A Man, Kuhle Wampe Or Who Owns The World? May 17: Private Films, The Threepenny Opera. All programmes, in German with Chinese and English subtitles, begin at 7.30pm. Goethe-Studio, 14/F Hong Kong Arts Centre, Wan Chai. Free. Inquiries: 2802 0088 Night Scene Ultimate Junk DJ Kulu captains this second voyage for the Ultra-lounge crew, who will be rocking the boat during the three-hour cruise with a live mix of funk, jazz and hip-hop. Included is 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 From the English seaside resort of Bournemouth, 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 096 For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.