Going to see Peter Pan on stage is one event almost everyone, no matter what age, can pull from their memory bank. So whether you want to give your children the same fond memories or just escape to childhood for two hours, you'll be to happy to know a new version of Peter Pan by Faust International Theatre will be here from January 27. When author and playwright J.M. Barrie wrote Peter Pan 80 years ago, it was his wish that some of the revenue generated from it would help underprivileged children. So Faust will be donating a percentage of proceeds to Heep Hong Society. Faust's version of the play incorporates the classic storyline with music and special effects, so whatever you remember as a kid, pump it up 10 times. The production runs until February 5 at the Lyric Theatre of the Academy for the Performing Arts. Tickets are on sale at HK Ticketing outlets, 3128 8288, $160-$688, but CitySeen has two pairs to give away. Tell us, in 50 words or less, who is your favourite Peter Pan character and why. Send your answer, with your telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Wednesday. Good luck.