Sign In


Musical Tickets: Don Juan, Matilda, Growl, and More ....

Shanghai stages are alive with the sound of (wonderful, cheesy) music with these upcoming international musicals...
2024-01-09 16:00:00

Don Juan is a musical in French written by Félix Gray in 2003. Don Juan was presented in Canada (mainly Quebec and Ottawa) and in France with a total of 600,000 viewers all over the world. The soundtrack of the musical saw sales of more than 300,000 copies. What sets it apart from other French musicals is its strong sense of rhythm, complemented by vibrant costumes and flamenco dance. The visual impact is strong and provides an immersive journey into the heart of Don Juan. Update: All January dates are currently sold out. Shows from Febuary 3 to 8 still have limited seats available.

Daily except Mon, Wed & Thu until Jan 21

Roald Dahl's 'Matilda: The Musical'

"Matilda The Musical," the Royal Shakespeare Company's multi-award-winning gem, returns to Shanghai after four years! Based on Roald Dahl's cherished book, this musical narrates the tale of young, book-loving Matilda as she navigates a world of shallow, cruel family members and a tyrannical school principal. It's a story of resilience, imagination, and triumph against the odds. This captivating production is set to light up the Shanghai Grand Theater from December 29th. With ticket prices ranging from 180 RMB to 1,280 RMB, it's a magical experience within reach. The show runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes, including a 20-minute intermission, perfect for an enchanting family evening out. The show is in English, with Chinese subtitles.

Growl is an English-language children's musical created by the British National Youth Musical Company. Performance by Serious Play. "Seriously play" musical is an international first-class brand of musical theatre created by Shanghai Fresh Prime Limited and NYMT. This is the real story of the Big Bad Wolf. As the forest guardian, the big bad wolf silently guards a beautiful forest and the small animals living there. Suddenly one day, a clever lumberjack and his cronies want to cut down the forest and build a new community. To beat the wolf, they spread doubt among the wolf's friends. The wolf and his woodland family will be tested to breaking point, and even the gentlest of creatures will learn that there are times when you just have to be Big and Bad.

Get ready, Shanghai! The Asian premiere of the Broadway sensation "Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812" by Dave Malloy is finally here. Opening at New Bund 31 Theater on January 13, 2024, this show is a must-see. Hailed by The New York Times as the best new musical since "Hamilton," it's a theatrical masterpiece. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design and a nominee in 12 categories, this production offers a daringly modern twist on Tolstoy's "War and Peace." Its eclectic score blends indie rock, pop, folk, electronic dance, and classic Broadway. Experience this boundary-pushing spectacle in English, complete with Chinese subtitles, for a truly unforgettable theatrical journey.

The concert ‘Reunion' invites acclaimed musical stars from the West End and Broadway to perform classic musical numbers in a concert format at the Shanghai Grand Theater. Starring: Ramin Calemro, who played the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Edition; Hadley Fraser, who played Raul in the same commemorative performance; Samantha Barks, who played Eponine in the film version of Les Misérables; Earl Carpenter, who played Javert in the musical version of Les Misérables; Natalie May Paris, the original performer in the West End production of Six Queens, and Holly-Anne Hull, who played Christine in the West End production of Phantom of the Opera. For more details check the program below. The show is from January 25 to 28. The performance is about 120 minutes long.