Where to go, what to do on Sept 2 in Shanghai.
Soul Train funky beats @ The Pearl
The Pearl’s Tribute Concert Series returns, this time celebrating the hit 70s TV show “Soul Train.” Band II Funk ky Shu’s wit Nu Soles will be taking audience through some of the show’s greatest hits.
💰 Presale ¥100, At the door ￥120
📍 471 Zhapu Road | 乍浦路471号
Unity Music & Arts Festival @ Expo Park
This music festival featuring Ne-Yo, Khalil Fong and A-Lin will transport you to Mars through an interactive and spectacular main stage. Expect a unique experience blending music art, food, and fashion.
🕒 Sept 2 & 3;
💰 ¥480/ ¥800/ ¥980/ ¥1800
📍 1750 Expo Avenue | 世博大道1750号
Beijing Dance ‘Haze’ @ Shanghai Culture Square
This performance is devoted to developing the ideas of haze as an environmental crisis through dance. Through the performers’ bodies, various threats and crises emerge, from the struggle for survival of the individual to the misdirection and alienation of industrial civilization. A story that’s told in three chapters using solely the language of modern dance.
📍 225 South Shanxi Road | 陕西南路225号
Revel’s World of Shakespeare @ Shanghai Grand Theatre
A one man show performed by writer, director, actor and co-founder of Peking University’s Institute of World Theatre and Film Joseph Graves, Revel’s World of Shakespeare chronicles Graves’ own experiences at London’s Chelsea School for Boys under the tutelage of Clive T. Revel, a tyrannical, alcoholic professor who saw Shakespeare as a religion (if not a cult), pressing his young charges into terrified service.
📍 300 Renmin Da Dao | 人民大道300号
“yào” Traditional Chinese Dance @ Shanghai International Dance Center
“yào” is based on the famous drama “Thunderstorm” by Cao Yu. The story revolves around taking medicine, and choreographer Zhou Liya takes the characters out of the original works and deconstructs them.
📍 1650 Hongqiao Road | 虹桥路1650号
Sketch Show: Zai Na Li @ KungFu Comedy
Hosted by Byron Murphy and featuring an ensemble of four comedians, they attempt to figure out where Zhaojiabang Road in this sketch.
📍 4F, 1 North Xiangyang Road | 襄阳北路1号4楼
All-you-can-eat BBQ buffet @ Tap House
Pop down to their beautiful outdoor space and spoil yourself with this irresistibly savoury all-you-can-eat barbeque. Make it there as one of the first 20 people and you will get a FREE bottle of beer! No worries if you can’t, they have 18 craft beers on tap available at a reasonable price. Available on both Saturdays and Sundays.
🕒 4pm – 10pm
📍 36 Laowai street | 老外街36号
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