Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai.
KAWS: ‘Where the End Starts’ @ YUZ Museum
Internationally known for his limited edition toys, clothing and artwork, KAWS (Brian Donnelly) runs his own exhibit ‘Where the End Starts’ at YUZ Museum until August 13th. With paintings, sculptures, toys and drawings, it’s an exhibit not to be missed.
🕒 Until Aug 13
📍 35 Fenggu Road // 丰谷路35号
Hamlet Ballet @ Shanghai Grand Theatre
Enjoy Hamlet in ballet form down at the Shanghai Grand Theatre. Originally written by Shakespeare and choreographed here by the infamous Derek Deane, a performance that will make you roar with laughter and bring you to tears. Show starts at 7.15pm and ticket prices start at ¥280.
💰 From ¥280
📍 300, Peoples’ Avenue // 人民大道300号
Little Baby’s Theatre: Sensescapes @ Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre
Head down to the Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre for an installation-based dance performance for young children and their parents. By adding dance to these sensory installations, this 40 minute show is recommended for kids ages 3 to 18 months. Pre-sale tickets are ¥180 and the show starts at 2.30pm.
📍 800 Miaojiang Road // 苗江路800号
Wuthering Heights by Chapterhouse Theatre Company @ Shanghai Grand Theatre
Watch the classic love story – Wuthering Heights at the Shanghai Grand Theatre performed by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Performed in English with Chinese subtitles, the show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are from ￥120 to ￥380.
📍 300 Renmin Avenue // 人民大道300号
Pet Nutrition Talk @ Kaiba, Tianzifang
Have a specific question about your pet’s nutrition or general health? Pawesome hosts a free Q&A session with veterinary nutritionist, Karolina Weiss at Kaiba at Tianzifang. Running a drink special of Belgian beer, the talk starts at 7pm.
📍 1F, 169 Middle Jianguo Road // 建国中路169号1楼
F*ckup Nights @ Impact Hub
After months of preparation, registration is open for Impact Hub’s first F*ckup Night with speakers from Gre3n, IBB China and 2BHappy sharing their f*ckup stores. Free flow beer and coconut water will be provided, entry is 80 and it starts at 7.30pm.
📍 15, 1213 Lane, West Nanjing Road // 南京西路1213弄15号
Film screening ‘Moonlight’ @ Roxie Cinema
Roxie’s film nights returns with a free movie screening of Oscar-winning film ‘Moonlight’ that starts 8pm. It will be screened in English with Chinese subtitles.
📍 2F, 359 Kangding Road // 康定路359号2楼
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