OFFBEAT DRAMA The Hong Kong Repertory Theatre is presenting The Gin Game, an award-winning play written by famous American playwright D.L. Coburn. Performed in Cantonese, the two-character play is about the wisdom, bitterness and regret that sets in with the passing of time. Set in a senior citizens' home, the story revolves around a lonely man and woman who fill their days and nights by playing cards and discussing their lives with each other. The play, directed by Weigo Lee, will be performed at Kwai Tsing Theatre from today to Saturday at 7.45pm with a matinee show at 2.45pm on Saturday. Tickets cost $120 (adults) and $60 (students) from Urbtix on 2734 9009. SUMMER BASH Cool down at the Ocean Park during this hot summer for its premier attraction, Big Splash Summer, which runs until August 31. The carnival features an array of fun-packed family activities such as foam parties, aquatic games and steel drum bands performing Caribbean music. Full-day tickets cost $185 per adult and $93 per child aged three to 11. More information at 2552 0291 or visit www.oceanpark.com.hk . SCIENCE EXHIBITION A new exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum explores the climate and sea-level changes in the city over the past 50 years. The exhibition runs until November 7. Admission costs $25 with half-price concessions for students. Free admission on Wednesdays. Enquiries on 2732 3232.