Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
Game of Thrones: Book of the Stranger @ Craft
Watch the newest Game of Thrones, Book of the Stranger, at Craft – every Tuesday until the end of season 6. Rumour is Little Finger makes his first appearance of the new series! Also, look forward to this weekend when Craft will be celebrating its fifth birthday with loads of DJs and vodka on tap.
NO COVER // 9 PM
Donghu Hotel South Wing, 7 Donghu Road // 东湖宾馆, 东湖路7号
Potluck Bingo Charity Bash @ naked Hub (Taixing Road)
Gamble on Shanghai’s largest potluck bingo charity bash at naked Hub (Taixing Road), for the benefit of Stepping Stones children’s education charity. Take a dish to share on the buffet and a friend to keep you company, dress code is “barbarians and librarians”, search out the organisers SideChef on WeChat to RSVP.
NO COVER (RSVP) // 6 PM – LATE
Floor 6, 89 Taixing Road, near West Nanjing Road // 泰兴路89号6楼, 近南京西路
Shanghai PRIDE @ Cambio Coffee
Celebrate International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia at Cambio, with the LGBT community and allies. Together, get revved up for the opening of Shanghai PRIDE 2016 on June 17th!
NO COVER // 6 PM – LATE
280 Aomen Road, near Changhua Road // 澳门路280号, 近昌化路
WiredCraft: Docker Meetup @ Microsoft Shanghai Office
The Docker app-builders get together at Microsoft’s Shanghai Office to eat pizza, talk about new ideas and drink beers. Hear presentations from Jose Miguel Parrella of Microsoft Azure and Adieu of TryK8S & Porter, plus if you’re looking for a job as a tech-developer look no further.
NO COVER (RSVP) // 7 PM – 9.30 PM
Grand Gateway Office Tower 2, Floor 10, 3 Hongqiao Road // 虹桥路3号，港汇恒隆广场2座10楼
Seas of Years @ Yuyintang
All the way from Stockholm, grungy post-rock band Seas of Years descend upon Yuyintang. Experience the dark and eerie noise of their latest album, Ocean Rift.
80 RMB (door) // 9 PM
851 Kaixuan Road, near West Yanan Road // 凯旋路851号, 近延安西路
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Have a great day Shanghaiists!