PHYSICAL THEATRE British actor David Glass will stage Disembodied, a theatre performance that marks the 25th anniversary of his career. The English-language performance is filled with an abundance of physical movements. It revolves around topics such as a sense of loss, ageing and disconnection. It questions how a person feels when they lose their physical and emotional being. Glass formed the David Glass Ensemble in 1989. It has evolved into a pioneering physical theatre company. The performance will be staged tomorrow and Saturday at 8pm, at the Fringe Club O2 Theatre. Tickets priced $150 (adults) and $120 (Fringe Club members) are available from Hong Kong Ticketing on 31 288 288. PUNK COMEDY Not So Loud Theatre Company will present Part Time Punks, a comedy about two punk rockers. Written and directed by Neil Harris, a drama teacher at Sha Tin College, the story revolves around Barry and Colin, two good friends who perform together as part-time lounge singers. They are spotted by a music manager who repackages them as punk rockers. Part Time Punks will be performed in English from tomorrow to Saturday at 8.30pm in the McAulay Studio of the Hong Kong Arts Centre. Tickets cost $160 (adults) and $140 (students), and can be obtained from Urbtix.