Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
No Longer / Not Yet @ Minsheng Art Museum
Sponsored by Gucci and curated by it’s creative director Alessandro Michele with LOVE magazine editor Katie Grand, this is a series of installations decorated in Gucci couture. It isn’t receiving rave reviews from the Art critics, however, it has been recommended as a wonderful place to take a selfie.
30 RMB // 10 AM – 6 PM
Bldg F, 570 Huaihai Xi Lu near Hongqiao Lu // 淮海西路570号 F座
Movember @ Doc Guthrie’s barber shop
Doc Guthrie’s barber shop is supporting the Movember foundation this week by donating it’s profits from shaving and whisky to the charity. The barbershop standard straight razor job with a glass of whisky costs 300 RMB. Though it isn’t cheap the cause is good, the Movember foundation tackles men’s health issues such as prostate cancer and psychological problems.
298 RMB // 12 PM – 8 PM
873 Kangding lu, near Yanping lu // 康定路873号, 近延平路
Taiwan Philharmonic @ Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Chamber Concert Hall
The 17th China International Arts festival brings Taiwan Philharmonic to Shanghai during their tour of the PRC. The programme includes Huang Ruo – Becoming Another, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major, and Rachmaninov’s Symphony No. 2 in E Minor.
180 RMB – 580 RMB // 8 PM
1380 Fuxing Zhong Lu, near Baoqing Lu, Xuhui district // 徐汇区复兴中路1380号, 近宝庆路
Mumbai Theatre Company @ Dramatic Arts Centre
A Hindi performance of the Twelfth Night by Shakespeare, subtitled, accompanied by traditional music. As part of the RAW Shanghai experimental arts festival, this should be an interesting intercultural performance
80 RMB – 300 RMB // 7.30 PM
288 Anfu Lu, near Wukang Lu, Xuhui district // 徐汇区安福路288号, 近武康路
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