CHILD'S PLAY FOR MUSICIANS An art group, Maywa Denki, will stage a wacky concert featuring toy-like musical instruments. Led by Nobumichi Tosa, Maywa Denki is named after the vacuum tube manufacturing company that his father founded, but went bankrupt in 1979 when he was 13 years old. The concert features an array of funny musical instruments, such as Koi Beat, a manual rhythm-making machine shaped like a carp, and Takedamaru, a saxophone-shaped air horn that can create very loud sounds and has blinking lights. The concert will be staged today and tomorrow at 8pm at the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall. Tickets cost HK$80, HK$65 and HK$50 for students (HK$160, HK$130 and HK$100 for adults). For reservations, call Urbtix on 2734 9009. CHILLING DRAMA COMES TO HK Be ready for a spine-chilling experience as The Woman in Black - a ghost drama from London's West End - comes to Hong Kong. It starts today and runs until October 29 at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. The play is set in an isolated house on England's east coast, where the owner, Alice Drablow, lived and died alone. A young lawyer, Arthur Kipps, is asked to attend her funeral, where he sees a strange young woman dressed in black. Director Robin Herford will play many roles, along with young actor, Brett Tucker, who gives a spirited performance as Kipps. The two actors will meet the audience after the 2.30pm show on October 28. Tickets cost HK$250-HK$295 for students, with a 10 per cent discount for group bookings of 10 students or more. For reservations, call HK Ticketing on 31 288 288.