You get the tickets. We've got the plan Anyone nostalgic for the glamour, glitz and camera tricks that made the 1960s Hong Kong movie industry should check out a new stage play that looks behind the silver screen. The main event: 'It's a combination of thriller, comedy and nostalgic drama,' explains director Jeffrey Ho Wai-lung of his new offering, Haunted Haunted Little Star. The latest production from Hong Kong Repertory Theatre (that staged The Eccentricities Of A Nightingale in May) charts the progress of a group of filmmakers, delving into their individual tales and painting a picture of the movie industry during its halcyon days. The playwright, Raymond To, tells the stories of several characters: their backgrounds, hunger for fame, failures and successes. It focuses on Chen Dai Mei, who lands a job at the Hua Studio as a clapperboard operator in the hope that it will bring her closer to her idol, the grotesque, silicon-enhanced Feng Nuo. In doing so Chen witnesses the politics of the studio - two female leads in constant competition for men, roles, billing and exposure, and a talent-starved leading man unable to disentangle himself from either of them. All the while people are reporting appearances by an alleged spectre. Between the madness, Chen's beauty soon lands her in front of the cameras. 'Raymond To uses these short stories to basically say that human beings are more frightening themselves than the imaginary, fictional ghouls they direct their fear towards,' explains Ho. 'It's a comedy. The message is that there is no ghost, all the fear is self-inflicted. It's the humans you have to worry about.' You'll have the chance to find out for yourself at the 17 performances scheduled to start this weekend. Tomorrow-Aug 3, 7.45pm. Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre Theatre, 111 Shau Kei Wan Road, Sai Wan Ho. $180, $140, $100 Urbtix. Inquiries: 3103 5900 Can't get enough? After the swell trip back to the Swinging Sixties you might have an appetite for a bit more heritage. The Great Wall Studio film retrospective Breath Of Summer Fresh Air, showing some magnificent pieces, continues with daily screenings that will make you want to throw on a cheongsam or your best suit at the Hong Kong Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho. $30 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139. A little refreshment: With all these talk of glory days gone by, the closest culinary representation can be found in good old Jimmy's Kitchen (G/F, South China Bldg, 1-3 Wyndham St, Central. Reservations: 2526 5293) that has been serving up a solid menu of big steaks and stews for the past 70 years or so. It gives a curious sense of the colonial days. An experience in itself.