Swig & Nibble @ Mandarin Oriental Pudong
Have a taste of Bali’s fine-dining scene in Shanghai, when critically acclaimed restaurant Cuca pops up at at the Mandarin Oriental Pudong’s Swig & Nibble dinner party on June 8 and 9. Over three hours, 20 sweet and savory canapés will be served on oversized trays brimming with whimsical garnishes, which you can enjoy with paired wines.
💰 ￥588 (plus 15% service fee)
📍 111 South Pudong Road | 浦东南路111号
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Devendra Banhart @ Shanghai Symphony Hall
Devendra Obi Banhart is a Venezuelan American singer-songwriter and visual artist, often associated with the New Weird America genre (accompanied by artists like Vetiver and Joanna Newsom). The New York Times has called his songs “free-associative work” and SPIN magazine has written that “Banhart’s albums offer ashram-appropriate guitar strums, trippy-hippie tone poetry.” Various publications have described his style as psychedelic folk, avant-folk, freak folk, Lo-Fi, hipster folk revival, and alternative folk, a show that’s unlikely to resemble anything you’ve heard in a symphony hall before.
💰 ￥80 – 680
📍 1380 Middle Fuxing Road | 复兴中路1380号
Fatih Tutak from The House on Sathorn @ The Portman Ritz-Carlton
Here’s your chance to taste food from one of Asia’s top chefs: Fatih Tutak from The House on Sathorn will be at Portman’s Restaurant in Shanghai for exclusive dinners and a cooking demonstration on June 8.
💰 ￥688 – 888 (plus 15% service fee)
📍 1376 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路1376号
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Mario Alonso @ Shanghai Oriental Art Center
Described by critics as “a pianist possessing the talent and intelligence necessary for piano interpretations and endowed with the maturity and professionalism needed to overcome any technical difficulty”, the pianist Mario Alonso Herrero is one of most internationally renowned Spanish pianists.
💰 ￥280 – 2800
📍 425 Dingxiang Road | 丁香路425号
The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Eric Carle Classics @ ET Space
Three beloved stories by Eric Carle, award-winning children’s book illustrator, and author are retold on stage through the magic of black light and fanciful puppets.
💰 ￥180 – 380
📍 433 East Yan’an Road | 延安东路433号
Shanghai Dance Theatre: Dance Drama “Farewell My Concubine” @ Shanghai International Dance Center
“Farewell My Concubine” is based on the legend of the ancient hero Xiang Yu and his beloved Yu Ji. As the story goes, Xiang Yu lost the battle for the throne, and the couple killed themselves at the riverside, besieged by their enemies.
💰 ￥80 – 480
📍 1650 Hongqiao Road | 虹桥路1650号
Yogee New Waves @ Modernsky Lab Shanghai
Japan’s city pop group Yogee New Waves is launching its first tour in China. Formed in 2013, the four-man group luxuriates in a retro-pop sound, keeping the unique, romantic texture of the 70s and 80s alive with their alt-cool lyrics and chilled guitar riffs. Expect a night of nostalgic, feel-good, upbeat J-Pop.
📍 188 Ruihong Road | 瑞虹路188号
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