CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME Christmas is coming and it is time for pantomime. The Hong Kong Players will present the timeless fairytale Cinderella. Filled with lavish sets and costumes, melodic songs and dance numbers, the performance tells the tale of Cinderella, who is mistreated by her hideous step-mother and sisters. She attends the palace ball with the help of fairies on the condition that she leaves before midnight. Director Stephen Bolton. adds some modern twists such as jokes and cross-dressing elements, while maintaining the original spirit - the triumph of good over evil. The show, performed in English, will take place at Hong Kong Arts Centre's Shouson Theatre from tomorrow until December 13 at 7.30pm, with additional matinee shows at 3pm on December 6, 7 and 13. Tickets cost $220 (adult) and $180 (child) and are available at HK Ticketing on 31 288 288. ARTS FOR EQUILIBRIUM Home-grown artist Rachel Cheung Wai-sze demonstrates the importance of equilibrium through her ceramic works in the exhibition, 'Look for Equilibrium'. It is part of the Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme II presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Cheung won the Prize of Excellence at the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition 2001. She believes equilibrium is the answer to stress and chaotic human relationships. Her works interpret the abstract idea of equilibrium by showing the balance among materials, form and space in a simple, direct way. The exhibition will run at Hong Kong Central Library from tomorrow until December 15. Free admission from 10am to 8pm. SPACE ARTS ArtEx 2003, an exhibition featuring an array of artworks including paintings and calligraphies by teachers from the School of Professional and Continuing Education of the University of Hong Kong, is running at Hong Kong Cultural Centre until December 17. Free admission from 9am to 8pm.