KUNG FUNG DRAMA Set during the Ching Dynasty, Of Minds and No-mind is a kung fu drama that takes a humorous look at the current social and political environment in Hong Kong. Directed and written by Paul Poon, the play stars Jim Chim, Olivia Yan and Leung Kai-kit. It is a joint venture by local groups Theatre Ensemble and Prospect Theatre. The Cantonese drama will be staged from tomorrow until October 3 at 8pm, with weekend matinees at 3pm, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. Tickets at $170 and $120, with half-price concessions for students, are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. CLASSIC RE-RUN Local group Theatre du Pif's Overcoat, an English play based on the century-old masterpiece by Nioklai Gogol, is back by popular demand. The drama tells the story of a lonely clerk in St Petersburg, Russia and how his life is completely transformed by the arrival of a new coat. Overcoat will be staged tomorrow and Saturday at 8pm, and on Sunday at 3pm, at Sha Tin Town Hall's Cultural Activities Hall. Tickets at $120 (adults) and $60 (students) are available from Urbtix. CHILDREN'S FILM German children's film The Story of the Little Mook will be shown tomorrow at 7.30pm at the Hong Kong Space Museum's Lecture Hall. The movie revolves around a short, hunchbacked old man who is teased and taunted by children. One day, he manages to hold the children spellbound with a story about a little boy called Mook who is banished from his home. Mook sets off on his own to live in the desert where he meets an old woman who gives him a pair of magic slippers and a wand. Tickets cost $40 (adults) and $20 (students), and can be purchased from Urbtix on 2734 9009.