Aug 11: The Wilten Boys Choir
Pudong Shangri-La East Shanghai presents one of the world’s most respected and oldest boys choir. Following their concert, guests can enjoy a sumptuous buffet from 7.10-9pm. The show is among the many highlights of the hotel’s 18th anniversary celebrations, which also includes deals on rooms, spa treatments and restaurants.
Aug 11, 6-9pm, RMB488 (RMB776 for family package – one adult with one child under 11 years old). Pudong Shangri-La East.
Aug 12-13: Taiko by Tamakko-Za
Often described as the Japanese version of Stomp, Tammakko-Za has thrilled crowds all over the world with its mix of traditional drums and storytelling with modern humor and creativity.
Aug 12-13, 7.30pm (Aug 12), 10.30am and 3.30pm (Aug 13), RMB80-280. Daning Theatre.
Aug 14: Song of the Sea
After a couple months reserved for Mainland made blockbusters, China’s cinemas are welcoming back foreign films with big budget films like Jason Bourne coming soon. On the more low-key end is this acclaimed animated fantasy drama by Tomm Moore, who crafted The Secret of Kells. Despite its limited release, Song of the Sea has won wide rave reviews including an Academy Award nomination with the 2014 film slowly making its ways to cinemas around the world.
Aug 14: SCAA Adoption Day
Get a cuddly addition to your home as Second Chance Animal Aid holds their monthly adoption day. All foster animals are healthy, happy and looking for a loving forever home.
Aug 14: Water Wars
It’s been a scorching summer and there’s no better way to cool off than to load up your water guns and blast some of your friends. Riverside Sports Pitch hosts this water fight that features team battles and other game modes, as well as their famed bubble football.