Where to go, what to do on October 8 in Shanghai.
Shanghai Rolex Masters 2017 @ Qizhong Forest Sports City Tennis Center
The premiere tennis event of the Shanghai, the annual Shanghai Masters is a pro knockout tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It’s part of the ATP World Tour Masters and sees the world’s greatest tennis stars battling for prize money in excess of four million US dollars.
🕒 Oct 8-15
📍 3028 North Kunyang Road | 昆阳北路3028号
The Westin Sunday Brunch @ The Westin Bund Center Shanghai
Sunday brunch at The Westin Bund Center kicks off October with brand new themes for the month. This week: hotdogs, burgers, and all-American flavors at Columbus Day.
📍 88 Middle Henan Road | 河南中路88号
Amadeus (screening) @ Shanghai Grand Theatre
Lucian Msamati of Luther and Game of Thrones fame plays Antonio Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia. It follows the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy who arrives in Vienna, determined to make a splash. Seized by obsessive jealousy, court composer Salieri begins a war with Mozart, with music, and ultimately, with God.
🕒 2pm, 7.15pm
📍 300 People’s Avenue | 人民大道300号
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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