BRITPOP CONCERT Louis Eliot, the ex-frontman of Britpop band Rialto, has just released his debut solo album The Long Way Round. The heart-throb will perform at Hard Rock Cafe today at 9.30pm as part of his Asian promotional tour. The singer first made his name with Rialto, with singles such as Monday Morning 5.19 and Untouchable. Local singer-songwriter Chet Lam will make a guest appearance at the concert. Tickets cost $160 and include an autographed double-CD from Eliot and one Pepsi or standard drink. For more information, call 2375 1323. A CAPPELLA SHOW Whim 'N' Rhythm, an all-female band from Yale University, will perform a cappella - singing without using any musical instruments - today and tomorrow at 8pm in the Fringe Club's 02 Theatre. The group was founded in 1981 and has performed around the world from the White House in the United States to the Forbidden City on the mainland. In the Hong Kong concerts, the band will perform upbeat jazz and pop tunes and traditional ballads. Tickets at $150 (adults) and $120 (Fringe Club members/students) are available through HK Ticketing at 3128 8288. ITALIAN FILMS Two Italian films, Sons and Just Do It, will be screened at the Hong Kong Arts Centre today at 7.30pm and 9.30pm, respectively. Sons is about a pair of twins who were separated at birth but meet in Milan 20 years later. Just Do It is a comedy about a young boy who wants to burgle a house. Once inside the house, he finds a short-sighted, 80-year-old woman, who mistakes the boy for her own nephew, bringing an unpredictable change in the robber's plans. Tickets for each film cost $50 (adults) and $30 (students) and are available through HK Ticketing.