BEIJING TRADITIONAL ARTS LISTINGS

What's on and information guide about traditional arts listings on Beijing Theatres, including the folk arts events, features, shows, photos, reviews and tickets offers.

The Legend of Kung Fu at Red Theatre

The Legend of Kung Fu

Info: As one of the most popular Kung Fu theatres in Beijing. Every night the Red Theatre has displays a Vegas-style Kung Fu show, complete with requisite lights, fog and bombastic music...

The Flying Acrobatic Show at Chaoyang Theatre

The Flying Acrobatic Show at Chaoyang Theatre

Info: Every night the Chaoyang Theatre has displays a great deal of acrobatic performances. Right from the Lion Dance to seesaw, all acrobatics at this theatre is sure to hold you spellbound...

Classic Acrobatic Show at Dongtu Theatre

Classic Acrobatic Show at Dongtu Theatre

Info: Known as the Chinese acrobatics “dream team”, the Dongtu Theatre holds a nightly variety acrobat shows, such as the glasses balancing, plate spinning, pagoda of bowls, jar tricks, hoop diving and so on...

Hi, Beijing Children's Acrobatic Show

Hi, Beijing Children's Acrobatic Show

Info: Hi Beijing is one of best children & family's night shows presents by China National Acrobatic Troupe, CNAT was the first national performing arts troupe established by the Central Government of China.

Beijing Kungfu Panda Show

Beijing Kungfu Panda Show

Info: Kung Fu Panda is a relaxing, humorous cultural show which has mingled Chinese Kung Fu into various art forms such as acrobatic skills, music, dancing, singing and etc.

Song-and-Dance Duet (Er Ren Zhuan) at Liu Laogen Grand Stage

Song-and-Dance Duet (Er Ren Zhuan)

Info: The Song-and-Dance Duet is a folk comic art form popular in the northeast of China. Though mostly domestic songs for many foreigners don't seem to understand, but the comedy by dance and body movements has the audiences rolling in the aisles....

Beijing Face Changing Show at Baguobuyi

Beijing Face Changing Show

Info: According to the legend, the ancients painted different patterns on their faces to scare away fierce beasts for survival, thus the "face changing art"...

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