Where to go, what to do on October 31 in Shanghai.
Walk like a zombie @ The Grand Yard
The Grand Yard celebrates Halloween with a makeup artist turning people into ghouls from 6pm to midnight. At 10.30pm, the party moves to Palmetto for a Midnight Zombie Flash Mob. Drink specials all night long to keep you in character.
📍 608 Xikang Road | 西康路608号
Paul Smith Afternoon Tea @ Pudong Shangri-La
In collaboration with “Hello, My Name is Paul Smith’ exhibition, the pastry chefs at Pudong Shangri-La’s Lobby Lounge dreamt up an afternoon tea inspired by the British designer. The man, apparently, is all prawn mango tobiko sandwich, peach and strawberry choux pastry, and classic scone. Served with a choice of tea or coffee.
🕒 2pm – 6pm
📍 33 Fucheng Road | 阜成路33号
Halloween Tour @ Le Cafe des Stagiaires
Start your haunting on Halloween with a bike tour of old town Shanghai at night. The tour starts and ends at Le Cafe des Stagiaires at Found 158, who will be supplying riders with beers and snacks throughout the evening.
📍 158 Julu Road | 巨鹿路158号
If These Walls Could Talk @ Shanghai International Dance Center
An intricate mesh of slapstick theatre, astonishing circus skills, and powerful storytelling, “If These Walls Could Talk” is a performance that brings to life the stories of six generations of tenants living in a single apartment. Bristling with humor, physical prowess, and deep theatrical ambition, this is an affecting portrayal of life, mortality and the things we leave behind.
📍 1650 Hongqiao Road | 虹桥路1650号
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