Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai.
Auto Shanghai 2017 @ National Exhibition and Convention Center
With the theme of “Committed to Better Life,” Auto Shanghai 2017 is the biggest car show in the world and showcases the most cutting-edge technology and products of automobile industry, focusing on the infinite possibility of human life resulted from new technologies, trends and products, reflecting the latest development trend of automobile electrification, intelligentization and networking.
🕒 Apr 21 – 28, 2017
💰 ¥50 – 100
📍 333 Songze Da Dao | 崧泽大道333号
4:48 PSYCHOSIS @ Dramatic Arts Theatre
Written by the late Sarah Kane, 4:48 PSYCHOSIS is a play about a woman suffering from a deep bout of depression, preparing to commit suicide. Profound yet nihilistic, 4:48 PSYCHOSIS offers a unique look into the mind of someone suffering from one of the most common mental illnesses.
💰 ¥180 – ¥280
📍 288 Anfu Road | 安福路288号, 近武康路
Why Men Should Support Women at Work @ Shanghai Slim’s,
The ladies from IPWS hosts an event called Why Men Should Support Women at Work, in order to encourage men to take action against the inequalities created by gender discrimination throughout the world.
🕒 6.30pm – 9.30pm
💰 ¥170 – ¥300
📍 Sinan Mansions, 523 Fuxing Road | 复兴中路523弄思南公馆楼
Musical: Godspell @ Red Town
Godspell is a broadway musical that amazed showgoers in the states, and will surely amaze you as well. Telling a tale of friendship, loyalty, and love, it is a crown achievement on Shanghai’s best musical theater professionals.
🕒 7.30pm – 9.30pm
💰 ¥200 – ¥280
📍 570 Huaihai Road | 淮海西路570号
Jamaican Reggae Dance Hall Legend: Anthony B @ DADA
Anthony B is a Reggae Dancehall legend from Jamaica, who has amassed a large following in the Carribean and in the states. Don’t miss him at DADA.
📍 115 Xingfu Road | 幸福路115号
Lin Aojie: If you throw enough mud at the wall, none of it will stick @ A+ Contemporary
A rare and uniquely simplistic solo art exhibit by Lin Aojie presented at A+ Contemporary, the artist aims to confront issues through various forms including video, installation, drawing, and photography through the lens of personal experience. Aojie makes veiled criticisms to navigate the complexities of identity and sensitivities of social relationships.
🕒 10am – 6.30pm, ongoing until May 7
📍 Rm 106, Bldg 7, 50 Moganshan Road | 莫干山路50号7号楼106室
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