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  • Know Dance House

    • Address
      No. 51, Lane 103 Jianguo Zhong Lu, near Sinan Lu
      建国中路103弄51号, 近思南路
    • Phone
      159 0081 9980

    KNOW DANCE HOUSE was established in December 2018. They aim to offer a home studio feel with a bright atmosphere and a modern environment. They teach different social dancing styles, including contemporary, ballet, classical ballet and ballroom latin dance, as well... Read more

  • Lanshen Theatre

    • Address
      5/F, 8 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Xizang Nan Lu
      淮海中路8号5楼, 近西藏南路
    • Phone
      6319 0618

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  • Shanghai PG Theater

    • Address
      663 Jiujiang Lu, near Yunnan Zhong Lu
      九江路663号, 近云南中路
    • Phone
      6132 6581

    Medium-sized theater that regularly hosts musicals on a Friday night. Read more

  • Changjiang Theatre

    • Address
      35 Huanghe Lu, near Fengyang Lu
      黄河路35号, 近凤阳路
    • Phone

    Built in 1923, this theater was designed by Shanghai's architectural granddaddy Laszlo Hudec. Back then, it was called Ka'erdeng Da Xi Yuan. It changed its name to Changjiang Theatre in 1954 and finished a big renovation in 2016. It has two auditoriums, the Red... Read more

  • The Great Theater of China

    • Address
      704 Niuzhuang Lu, near Zhejiang Zhong Lu
      牛庄路704号, 近浙江中路
    • Phone
      6351 7839

    Five minutes walk from the busy shopping street Nanjing Dong Lu, The Great Theatre of China is an 88-year-old historical building designed for theatrical performances. The theatre used to be one of the top four Peking Opera houses in Shanghai. In June 2018, after a... Read more

  • Huangpu Theatre

    • Address
      780 Beijing Dong Lu, near Guizhou Lu
      北京东路780号, 近贵州路
    • Phone
      6350 8739

    Originally built in 1933 by a family of shipping magnates and opened to the public in 1934, this place used to be a popular modern film theater. Back then it was called the Jincheng Grand Theater. It's credited as being the first place the Chinese national anthem,... Read more