CANTONESE FAIRYTALE Local theatre group Shu Ning Presentation Unit will stage Peter Pen and Wendy to remind young people to treasure and make the most of their lives. The Cantonese play is inspired by all-time favourite Peter Pan, written by Scottish writer J. M. Barrie more than 100 years ago. In the play, Wendy, the little girl in the original story, has grown up to be a nanny. Commercial Radio DJ Kitty Yuen Siu-yee will play Wendy. Peter Pen and Wendy will be staged from today until Sunday at 8pm, with weekend matinees at 3pm, at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre's Studio Theatre. Tickets are $75 for students ($150 for adults). Reservations from Urbtix on 2734 9009. AT17 GROWING UP IN CONCERT Female duo at17 will take centre stage at the Hong Kong Arts Centre Shouson Theatre for their Bian Bian Bian Concert from today until Sunday at 8pm, with a matinee at 3pm on the last day. Eman Lam Yee-man and Ellen Joyce Loo formed the band four years ago. They are now one of the most sought-after girl bands in Hong Kong. In this concert, they will perform songs from their new album Bian Bian Bian, featuring easy-listening tunes that express their thoughts and feelings about growing up. Tickets cost $280 and $180, and can be purchased from Urbtix.