Exhibitions Venice - Through The Eyes Of Pham Luam The Vietnamese landscape artist's loving look at the romantic city has been extended until June 10. Mon-Sat, 10.30am-6.30pm. Galerie La Vong, 13/F 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central. Inquiries: 2869 6863 Hairspray Esther Erlich has a flair for the quirky, fun and provocative. Here, the attention is drawn to vivid faces that radiate, pulling you into the canvas. Mon-Fri, 12pm-7pm; Sat-Sun, 12pm-6pm. Bark Modern Art, 1/F 13-14 Lan Kwai Fong, Central. Inquiries: 2537 7271. Until May 31 Entang Wiharso: Hurting Landscape A series of potent and provocative images that examines the socio-political and ideological landscapes of Indonesia. Tue-Sun, 11am-8pm (closed Mon). Chouinard Gallery, 1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels. Inquiries: 2858 5072. Until May 31 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, has a calming influence and provides 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 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. Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm (closed 2pm-3pm); Sun, 1pm-5pm; or by appointment. John Batten Gallery, 64 Peel St, Central. Tel: 2854 1018. Until June 7 The Virtualised World Exploring the digital art of the computer-gaming world with Q4U, Feng Mengbo (himself a programmer, the 'Q' stands for Quark) investigates how the fast-paced, unrestrained speed and ever-changing nature of cyberspace reflects our world. Here he offers the chance to indulge in his online game Q4U and experience the fantasies that virtual life can realise. Hanart TZ Gallery, 202 Henley Building, 5 Queen's Rd Central. Inquiries: 2526 9019 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Until June 7 Bold + Trendy A solo exhibition of 38 oil paintings by Liu Fei, examining attitudes towards women and how they view themselves. Liu's work veers from the comical to the unsettling and near ghoulish. Schoeni Art Gallery, G/F 21-31 Old Bailey St, Central. Mon-Sat, 10.30am-6.30pm. Inquiries: 2869 8802. Until June 9 Dialogue Artists Yoshihito Machida and Sandra Tobias assess how we communicate. Machida's sculptures in clay and bronze explore love and feelings, while Tobias' opaque watercolours remind us to slow down once in a while. 5 opt studio/gallery. G/F 5 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels. Inquiries: 2536 9818. Until June 15 Performing Arts The Eccentricities Of A Nightingale Hong Kong Repertory Theatre brings Tennessee Williams' masterpiece to the stage. In Cantonese with English surtitles. Today-June 1, 7.45pm (with matinees at 2.45pm on selected dates, check with ticket vendor). $180, $140, $100 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 3128 8288 Red After their sell-out CD launch in January, they return with a stack of new songs, a funky mix of jazz, soft-rock, and Asian music. Peter Sherr plays double bass, Guy Le Claire is on guitar and Andrew Collier bangs the drums. Tomorrow, 8pm. Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $60 (members), $80 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 2521 7251 Arts Relief The Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, City Contemporary Dance Company, Chung Ying Theatre, Zuni Icosahedron and Theatre Ensemble join forces to present Arts Relief, a fund-raiser for the orphans of Sars victims. A night of drama, dance, music and comedy is promised, with highlights including Ballet Extravaganza by HK Ballet and a collaboration between Zuni Icosahedron and the HK Sinfonietta. Comedian Jim Chim will also appear. Fri, 8pm. City Hall. $1,000, $500, $200, $100 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2326 8597 Atherton Series: Tchaikovsky Rendezvous Hong Kong Philharmonic conductor laureate David Atherton is joined by violinist Tasmin Little to present one of the most challenging violin concertos. The programme includes Bluebird Pas De Deux from Sleeping Beauty, the Violin Concerto in D and Mozartina. Fri-Sat, 8pm. Cultural Centre Concert Hall, Tsim Sha Tsui. $250, $160, $100, $60 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 2010 Zen Living The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra invites you to rediscover the power of Zen through music, performing Transcendental Chanting From The Mount Of Enlightenment, The Tolling Of Bells From The Monastery and The Drunkard. Fri-Sat, 8pm. City Hall Concert Hall, Central. $120-$90 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2921 2840 Oleanna Here's the third David Mamet play to be performed in Hong Kong in as many months. Presented by the On And On Theatre Workshop, Oleanna explores the shifting balance of power between men and women by depicting how a meeting between a male teacher and his female student leads to a sexual harassment case. In Cantonese. Fri-Sun, 8pm (3pm on Sun). Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre. $140, $90 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2794 9009 Emperor Qianlong And Fragrant Concubine Hong Kong Dance Company presents this tale of a lonely emperor's quest for his dream girl, Guli, her lover's jealousy and attempts at reunion. The dance drama incorporates Manchu, Xinjiang Uygur and Kazakh folk music and dance. May 30-31, 7.30pm; June 1, 3pm. Cultural Centre, Grand Theatre, Tsim Sha Tsui. $90, $120, $150, $180 Urbtix. Inquiries: 3103 1810 Fiddler On The Roof The enduring tale about a Ukrainian milkman's efforts to keep to tradition returns with a Cantonese-language version featuring students and staff from the Academy for Performing Arts. May 27-31, 7.30pm and May 31-June 1, 2.30pm. Drama Theatre, Academy for Performing Arts. $140, $90 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 3128 8288 Ballet Extravaganza Three neo-classical ballet pieces present a stripped-down alternative to big, extravagant productions: Dreams Of Tenderness And Solitude by Boston-born choreographer David Allan, Stephen Jefferies' Tango Ballet Tango and Natalie Weir's sensuous The Rite Of Spring. May 28-30, 7.30pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre, $140, $80 Urbtix; June 6-7, 7.30pm, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre Theatre, $120, $70 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2105 9724 Destination Russia Replacing Destination Scandinavia due to the unavailabilty of violinist Leonidas Kavakos, the celebrated British pianist John Lill steps in to perform with the Hong Kong Philharmonic. Classics from Russian composers including Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade and Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2. David Atherton conducts. May 30-31, 8pm. Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall. $220, $160, $100, $60 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2312 6103. Extra-curricular Buteyko Breathing Those who practice this style of breathing claim it improves the immune system and offers practical protection, particularly from respiratory issues such as asthma and allergies as well as sleep and anxiety disorders. Senior practitioner Jac Vigden will make the trip from his Bangkok practice to spread the word. In English. Today, 8-10pm. The Studio Sai Kung, 2/F, 33 Sai Kung Tai St; tomorrow 8-10pm. Methodist Centre, 7/F, East Town Bldg., Room 703, 41 Lockhart Rd. Wan Chai. Free. Inquiries: 2791 9705 Comedy Workshops A 20-year veteran of radio, TV commercials, theatre, pantomime and stand-up, Mike Brooks presents this workshop for wannabe comedians. Skills such as characterisation, improvisation and top tips for auditioning will form the focus. Fri 7pm-9pm. Rehearsal Room, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central. $150. Inquiries: email@example.com For a complete listings service visit totallyhk.scmp.com.