Lindsey McAlister's Youth Arts Foundation has been around long enough that she's now seeing people come full circle through her group. A couple of nights ago, Ms McAlister's group held an arts training programme for Standard Chartered Bank volunteers who will be helping out at their Arts In The Plaza carnival this Sunday in Stanley Square. One of the volunteers looked very familiar. It turned out the bank employee in question is Eugene Tang Chi-kin, a former foundation member who starred in their 2001 production of Little Shop Of Horrors. The company that sponsored his involvement with the foundation back then is the same bank for which he now works. Even back then, Mr Tang thought enough of the company's 'right values and vision' to apply for a job with them after finishing school. He is now a foundation volunteer for them. As Ms McAlister suggested, 'Now, that's sustainable development!' Sunday's performances are free, and start at 1.30pm and run until 5pm.