Where to go, what to do on Sept 17 in Shanghai.
Little Baby’s Theatre – Édredon @ Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre
Édredon is a play for children aged 12 months and up, enacted by two performers. It is a bedtime reflection on various themes such as intimacy, dreams, as well as relationships to others and unknown spaces, and reflected through poetry, shadows, video imagery, and musical light.
📍 800 Miaojiang Road | 苗江路800号
Follow_Me – New narratives in contemporary photography @ OCT Contemporary Art Terminal
Featuring works of 10 young photographers from China and Switzerland, the show explores four different themes, including identity issue, recollecting life experience, the boundary between fiction and documentary, and personal and collective memories.
🕒 Last day
💰 Free entry
📍 1016 North Suzhou Road | 北苏州路1016号
Concrete and Grass @ Shanghai Rugby Football Club
This music festival gathers more than 60 artists playing hip-hop, indie, and metal over five stages. Catch everyone from Japanese pop-rock group Radwimps to local favorites China Social Club.
🕒 11.30am – 9.30pm
📍 2700 North Zhangyang Road | 张杨北路2700
Ultimate Sunday brunch @ Pudong Shangri-La
This mega brunch spans 13 live cooking stations including the hotel’s Japanese restaurant Nadaman, as well as dishes from Germany, France, China, Japan, Korea, the Middle East, India, Thailand, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Peru. A live band will perform inside Yi Café, and there’s face painting, a table magician and a supervised kids center for the little ones.
🕒 Every Sunday, 12-3pm
📍 33 Fucheng Road | 富城路33号
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