MOSCOW CIRCUS The Great Moscow Circus is set to perk up local audiences with its exciting animal and acrobatic performances. The family show is now on at Wan Chai's Southorn Playground until January 7. It will then move to seven other locations - Hung Hom, Kwun Tong, Tseung Kwan O, Shatin, Tuen Mun, Causeway Bay and Kwai Chung. Performers include a rare white Siberian tiger, hilarious soccer-playing dogs, Russian clowns and a strongman who can pull a two-tonne truck loaded with some of the audience by his teeth! Circus show times are 7.30pm (Tuesdays to Fridays); 2pm, 5pm and 8pm (Saturdays); 11am, 2pm and 5.30pm (Sundays). Tickets are priced between $100 and $300 and are available at HK Ticketing. For more information, call 31 288 288. BAROQUE CONCERT Let's go back in time. Air De Cour will perform Baroque classics at Hong Kong City Hall Theatre on December 16 at 8pm. Baroque music originated around 1600 and came to fruition between 1700 to 1750. Air De Cour comprise harpsichordist Bonnie Choi, violinist Ting Fan and cellist Ray Wang. They will be joined by guest violinist Michael Ma for the local concert. Using replicas of instruments from the Baroque period, the group will perform Bach's Trio Sonata in B-flat, H.584, Vivaldi's Trio Sonata in C Minor, RV 83 and Goebels' Bird-Boogie. Tickets priced at $120 and $80, with a 50 per cent discount for full-time students, are available at Urbtix. Call 2734 9009.