Canto-pop's godfather Sam Hui Koon-kit yesterday promised the last two shows of his hugely popular concert series at Hong Kong Coliseum would finish on time after complaints about repeated overruns. His vow followed a meeting yesterday with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department which manages the venue and had complained about his failure to observe the time limit. Hui has responded to fans' demands for encores almost every night since the series started on June 30. Last night and tonight will be the last in the current series until more concerts next month. Hui has said he wants 'to die on stage' and loves playing for as long as he can, often well past the 11.30pm limit. Assistant Director of the LCSD Michael Mak Kin-lam said yesterday the overrun was creating problems for the police and the Transport Department in managing fans outside the venue near the train terminal and using the Cross-Harbour Tunnel. 'Because Hui Koon-kit's concert shows persistently ended late at different times for many nights, citizens could have been affected by the traffic and crowd control arrangements,' he said. 'As a result, the coliseum has issued letters to remind concert organisers of the relevant terms regarding the use of the venue,' said Mr Mak. Vigo Yau Ah-kwai, managing director of Vigour Entertainment Company which organised the concerts, said he had received three strongly worded letters from the department. He met Mr Mak yesterday and agreed to a compromise with the department. He said the finishing time of the two shows last night and tonight had been fixed at 12.10am. 'We do need that extra time for the build-up of the mood at the end,' Mr Yau said. During several recent shows, the image of a clock showing 12.00am appeared on the screen and a bell rang to remind Hui to wrap up the concert.