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We attended the 6pm show and was shown to our VIP seats at row 19. The seats were cane sofa chair and come with bamboo fans. We were disappointed that it was not air-Con and we had to physically fan ourselves throughout the show. Although...More
This is a must-do in Sichuan! It immerses into Chinese culture and is very different from anything one can see in Europe. Be open-minded and enjoy the art. The acts were very entertaining! Definitely one of the highlights for me, having now stayed in China...More
We came here for the face changing show and it really was an incredible show. Tricks, acrobatics, dancing, it was all there. Highlights were the juggling table and the face changing. This show has a really good reputation in a lovely atmospheric theatre.
We booked VIP seats, includes a massage or ear torture, we didn't bother with either but got front row seats. Tea was included.
The performances were fantastic, a mix of opera, acrobatics, comedy performance and finished with changing faces.
We arrived and left by cab,...More
So amazing the face changing is.the actors wear traditional local clothes,with long beard and colorful faces.Acting with the local misic,at the beginning,a man come out from a door,with white face,the other one come out with colorful face.the music is actually different from traditional music,the are...More
Great introduction to the Classical Chinese arts. A review of all the different types of theatrical arts - opera, shadow-puppetry, puppets, face changing. Very enjoyable. Pay a little extra and get the tea service.
The finale of the cultural show was the amazingly unbelievable lightning speed the performers changed their colourful face-masks. It’s become an art form. Thoroughly mesmerized by that.
The comic act was a hilarious reliever.
The er-hoo instrumental, to us lay people, seemed of a high...More
We almost didn't come to see the show, as mum wasn't sure what to expect and it was a hot evening, but we're glad we did. We got a brief taste of many of the Chinese theatrical arts, including hand shadow puppetry, the 'rolling light'...More