What happens to retired Olympic figure skaters? They get put on ice - to perform ballets and fairy tales. That's what Cinderella on Ice is. It is to be staged at the Lyric Theatre from September 9 to 20 by British-based Imperial Ice Stars, which previously produced Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty in the city. This time, it's ugly stepsisters, an evil stepmother, the prince with a shoe fetish and the pre-feminist heroine. The story may offer an outdated message for young girls but the ice-dancing should be dazzling - and we have four pairs of tickets for opening night on offer. For a chance to win, tell us in 50 words or less how you might update the Cinderella legend. Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org , along with your name, address and telephone number. Be sure to put 'Cinderella on Ice' in the subject field. The four best answers will win two A-reserve seats (each valued at HK$595) to the September 9 gala opening performance at 8pm. Tickets for Tuesday to Thursday evening shows and Saturday and Sunday 2pm matinees range from HK$345 to HK$645; Friday and Saturday night performances are HK$395 to HK$695. Student tickets and a family package are available. Outlets include HK Ticketing, the Convention and Exhibition Centre, Fringe Club and Tom Lee.