DANCE SHOWCASE Five choreographers from diverse cultural backgrounds will join efforts in the dance project Little Asia Dance Exchange Network tonight. First launched in 1999, the project uses contemporary solo dance as an exchange platform among pan-Asian dancers . Participating choreographers for this year include Daniel Yeung (Hong Kong), Chan Yu-chun (Taipei), Jung Young-doo (Seoul), Motoko Ikeda (Tokyo) and Natalie Cursio(Melbourne). In the first half of the performance, each dancer will perform a solo piece with the theme of 'Doubling'. In the second half, the five dancers will perform on stage together. The performance takes place tonight and runs till Saturday, at 8pm, in Hong Kong Arts Centre's McAulay Studio. Tickets cost $100 (adults) and $50 (students), and are on sale at Urbtix on 2734 9009. JAZZ CONCERT Gifted trombonist and composer Darren Sigesmund will perform at Loke Yew Hall of the University of Hong Kong tonight at 7.30pm. Based in Toronto, Sigesmund has been awarded scholarships for jazz studies at the Interlochen Centre for Fine Arts and the Banff Jazz Workshop. Accompanied by David Praid on piano (Canada), Peter Scherr on bass (USA) and Joao Silvestre on drums (Portugal), he will present his own jazz compositions. Tickets cost $100 (adults) and $50 (students) and are available from HK Ticketing on 31 288 288. CRICKET FESTIVAL About 29 cricket teams from around the world will participate in the annual Cricket Festival taking place in Hong Kong for the first time, from tomorrow to Sunday, at Po Kong Village Road Cricket Ground. To encourage cricketers of all abilities to participate in the festival, two new divisions - a social spoon division and a women's division - have been added to this year's competition. Free admission from 9am to 5pm. For more information, visit www.cricketsixes.com Cross-cultural expression ... Little Asia Dance Exchange Network.