Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe


31° 13' 35.58" N, 121° 27' 7.4268" E
General info: 

The Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe is a world renowned acrobatic group that has performed on all continents. You can see them live at the Shanghai Center Theatre and enjoy the action packed show involving hula hoops, knives and various other tricks such as the ‘through the tube’ etc.

These Chinese acrobats are extremely talented and the show will surely astonish you. The group performs on a nightly basis but the show is really popular and there are chances it can be sold out. To guarantee your seat, book in advance for example here:

Getting there: 

The Shanghai Center Theatre is found at 1376 Nanjing Xi Lu. The closest metro station is Jing'an Temple from where it is about 7 mins walk.

The show starts at 7:30PM, although you should be there a bit earlier.


Prices for tickets vary from RMB 100 to RMB 280.

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