Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai.
Münchner Knabenchor @ Shanghai Oriental Art Center
This Monday, Münchner Knabenchor lead by Ralf Ludewig will take the stage at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. The group of boys demonstrate vocal talent of the highest level, and have dazzled crowds all over the world with their enchanting voices. Don’t miss your chance to see this one of a kind performance. Tickets range from ¥80 to ¥680, and the show begins at 7.30pm.
📍425 Dingxiang Road // 丁香路425号
Dodgeball @ Cages
Looking to blow off some steam and get active? Head down to beginners dodgeball at Cages Bar and Sports, where you can play a two hour game for ¥50. Quite the deal! Games are pick up style, so teams are not set. It’s quite the opportunity to meet people.
📍 3F, 428 Jiangning Road //江宁路428号3楼, 近武定路
Swing Dance @ JZ Latino
JZ Latino organises a swing dance party for all lovers of swing dance. It’s free entry and there will also be a live Latin band playing starting from 8pm until midnight every Monday.
🕒 8pm – Midnight
📍 2-23 F, 159 South Henan Road // 22-23楼, 河南南路159号
Stand Up comedy @ Barcode
Head down to barcode for some good ol’ stand up comedy at 830pm. Enjoy the Monday burger night specials for two burgers and two drinks for just ¥78.
📍 358 West Yan’an Road // 延安西路358号
‘Envision 2116’ Kicks Off @ Shanghai Project
Following phase 1 commencement in September, Shanghai Project has become a platform where new dialogues have been instigated by inviting practitioners from a variety of disciplines, including not only liberal arts and social science, but art, science, technology, medicine and ecology, among others. Shanghai Project continues to grow into a pan-Shanghai event as it forms partnerships with museums and art fairs throughout the city. Museum partners include Power Station of Art, Rockbund Art Museum and chi K11 Museum, as well as West Bund Art Fair and Photo Shanghai.
🕒 Until Jul 31 2017
📍 3M, 869 Yinghua Road // 樱花路869号 3M
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