CANTONESE MUSICAL Find out the meanings and challenges of growing up in the Cantonese musical Pippin. The Hong Kong Musical Theatre Federation production takes audiences on a young man's journey to search for fulfilment in his life. Pippin was originally written by Roger Hirson with the musical score by Stephen Schwartz. It opened at the Imperial Theatre in Broadway in 1972 and nearly 2,000 performances were staged. Prince Pippin decides to have an adventurous life. After experiencing war, sex and politics, He learns that the meaning of life lies in true love. The Cantonese adaptation will be staged at Hong Kong Cultural Centre's Studio Theatre from today to Sunday at 7.30pm with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm. Tickets cost $180, $160 (adults) and $120, $100 (students) for evening shows; $170, $150 (adults) and $110, $90 (students) for matinees. Call Urbtix at 2734 9009. MINI CONCERTS Mackie Study, a cafe and bookshop at 2A, 52 Yung Ping Road in Causeway Bay, will stage live gigs every weekend this month to promote local musicians and original music. Singer-songwriters Pong Nan and Pius Tong will perform tomorrow at 7.30pm. Denis Ng and Rex Cheung will perform their latest songs on Sunday at 3pm. Tickets cost $58 for each concert and include a $10 Mackie Study coupon. For more information call 2808 0301. LIVE BANDS Local bands AirTub, Audiotraffic, Dump, Milk & Cookies, King Ly Chee and Soft Bullet will belt out their music tomorrow at 7pm in the Warehouse Teenage Club. Tickets cost $50 (non-members) and $40 (members). For details, call 2873 2244.