Let your kids experience the excitement of carving a pumpkin without having to clean up any of the mess. With Halloween fast approaching, Big Bamboo is organizing a Pumpkin Carving Class with all the tools and pumpkins needed to create a spooky or friendly masterpiece. They will take care of the clean-up and your young ones will also be covered with lunch right after the class. Call 6405 8720 to register.
📍 3338 Hongmei Road | 虹梅路3338号
The curtain goes up … the audience gasps … and David McAllister’s spectacular Beauty unfolds like a rose, drawing you into a world of romance, wonder and imperial grandeur. Gleaming with Baroque golds and creams, glowing with vivid colour, and spilling over with fairies, princes, woodland nymphs and story-book charm, this ballet casts a spell of delight all the way to true love’s kiss.
📍 300 Renmin Avenue | 人民大道300号
See adoptable pooches from 12pm to 6pm, bring your pup in costume and take pictures in their haunted dog-house.
📍 108 North Xiangyang Road | 襄阳北路108号
A theatrical presentation on modern relationships and ghost stories, inspired by the classical Chinese literary collection Liaozhai Zhiyi (Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio). Directed by award-winning director Edward Lam and written by the highly sought-after playwright-actress Wong Wing Sze, Why We Chat? is a lyrical and romantic discourse that lets us gaze deep into ourselves, and into each other, to see how human we truly are.
📍 597 Middle Fuxing Road | 复兴中路597号
Truly like nothing you’ve ever seen before, JunNk is a highly-talented, award-winning music and comedy group that’s proving to be a massive hit all around the world. Using various items commonly found in a junkyard as their foundation, the four hilarious performers energetically combine superb a cappella singing, captivating percussion, innovative musical creations and mesmerising gymnastics to produce a lively, dynamic and seriously fun show that consistently delights audiences of all ages and nationalities. From using bottles as panpipes and watering cans as trumpets to playing well-known tunes on drain pipes with flip-flops and a PVC tube as a didjeridoo, this rubbish-powered variety show really is a unique and sensational whirlwind of pure entertainment that should definitely not be missed!
📍 1376 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路1376号
Choreographed by Marius Petipa and first produced in 1890, the Sleeping Beauty was to mark the beginning of a new era in the development of ballet. Grand pageantry, lavish decorations and a superb performance of ballet artists – all these indispensable attributes are duly found in the theatre’s production as well.
📍 1222 Pingxingguan Road | 平型关路1222号
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