Drama: Boundless Movement Date: September 5-12 Time: 7.45pm (September 5, 6, 8-12) 2.45pm (September 6, 12) Venue: Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theatre Admission: HK$140, HK$220, HK$300 ( www.urbtix.hk ) Hong Kong Repertory Theatre presents Boundless Movement, a touching but also light-hearted story by Raymond To about heroes during the 1911 Revolution and how they struggle to survive. Sports: 2009 International Amateur Ice Hockey Tournament Date: September 18-20 Time: 7.30pm-11.30pm (September 18); 8am-9.30pm (September 19); 8am-3pm (September 20) Venue: Mega Ice, Kowloon Bay Admission: Free ( www.hkahc.com ) This year's International Amateur Ice Hockey Tournament is organised by the Hong Kong Amateur Hockey Club. It features leading teams from Canada, Japan, Macau, the Philippines and Beijing, making it a must for fans of hockey, and a lively, fun event even for those who are not. Special Celebration Activities: Ocean Park Halloween Bash 2009 Date: September 25-27, 30; October 1-4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 29-31; November 1 Time: 5.30pm-midnight Venue: Hong Kong Ocean Park Admission: Various prices Ticketing: Tickets available at Ocean Park Halloween Bash website ( www.halloweenbash.com.hk ) This year's Ocean Park Halloween Bash promises to be even bigger than last year, with more than 400 ghosts roaming the park, and all of them doing their best to scare you out of your wits. In addition, there will be 20 haunted spots scattered round the park. Expect to have your night turned inside out with fear and horror. The annual Halloween celebrations also feature parades of creepy creatures. Both terrifying and breathtaking, the event is the perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit. Music: An Evening with Il Divo Date: September 26 Time: 8pm Venue: AsiaWorld Arena Admission: HK$380, HK$680, HK$980, HK$1,280 ( www.hkticketing.com ) Il Divo have proved themselves one of the most popular operatic pop vocal groups in the world with albums reaching No 1 on the UK charts. The group was created by world famous reality TV star, music executive and manager Simon Cowell. Il Divo are made up of Carlos Marin, Urs B?hler, David Miller and Sebastien Izambard, who sing in English, Italian, Spanish, French and Latin. They follow right behind Andrea Boticelli and Sarah Brightman. The group first performed in Hong Kong in 2007. They are back next month as part of their world tour. Music: Viva Beethoven! Hong Kong Sinfonietta Date: September 11 Time: 8pm Venue: Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Admission: HK$120, $200, $280 ( www.urbtix.hk ) The Hong Kong Sinfonietta presents an all-Beethoven programme for classical music lovers. Viva Beethoven features renowned prize winning Taiwanese conductor Chien Wen-pin, and Japan's Noriko Ogawa, a winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition and currently regarded as one of the most talented pianists in the world. Conductor Chien will lead the Hong Kong Sinfonietta to perform Beethoven's Third Symphony, the Eroica, written in 1803.