Here is your invitation to “Shanghai-Bund Musical”, the tunes of Golden Shanghai once more. This is China’s very first successful original musical theatre production which has been performing more than 300 shows. It features Shanghai’s culture in 1930’s, and combines the enthusiastic European musical style and the entertaining element from Broadway. This show evokes the very classic story of love and revenge in the Golden Time of Shanghai. With a goal to produce a best musical in Asia, “Shanghai-Bund Musical” receives up to 99% positive reviews from the audience. It is a must-see show to enjoy in Shanghai.
Idiomas da excursão
- Apresentação perfeita para hóspedes de primeira viagem
- Volte no tempo em uma viagem histórica
- A excursão pode ser feita em cadeira de rodas
What you can expect
1. Watching the Figure in the Painting Dancing
Jingyao Feng (King-yiu Fung), the gang boss, sings an amazing song to his wife over a distance. On the one side, Feng relates his yearning for his wife; one the other side, his wife begins to dance in a painting, which is realized by advanced holographic imaging technologies.
2. Yanyun Fang’s Dazzling Appearance
At the scene of the Paramount where amorous stories prevail, Yanyun Fang (Yim-wun Fong), Shanghai’s most popular socialite, emerges with a stunningly dazzling appearance.
3. Fresh Interpretations of Classic Hits
A number of classic hits in the 1930s of Shanghai, including “The Wandering Songstress” (Shanghai dialect version), “Rose, Rose, I Love You” (mandarin version), and “Evening Primrose”, will be presented in the musical in a way the audience would never dream of. Aside from that, more original songs will be the plot devices in the form of music, bringing to you an innovative“Shanghai - Bund”.
4. The Legendary Romance between Wenqiang Xu and Chengcheng Feng
There was a young lady from a rich family, and a gang boss whose life constantly hangs on a thread. In the turbulent times, both of them had the courage to genuinely face up to themselves. Unlike the TV series where Xu died in the end, the musical “Shanghai - Bund” takes on the ending differently. No spoilers here, except that the ending will be deeply profound!
5. A Feast of Mash-up Audiovisual Effects by a Multi-National Team
The costumes were designed by the master designer Zhongwen Xi (Hong Kong). Lighting and sound effects, stage effects and choreography were designed by experts from South Korea, Japan and America respectively. What’s more, this musical stages dream ballet, jazz dance, cabaret dance, hip-hop dance mashed up with Michael Jackson and Kung Fu elements, and one dance inspired by Peking Operas, each a thrilling act in itself.
Detalhes do programa
Shanghai Bund Photo
- Admission ticket
- Food and drinks
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Show starts at 7:00pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
- Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required