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"Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony"

"Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony"

4.7/5857 Reviews
Performances
The "Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony" is a large outdoor live-action performance that highlights imperial culture and tells the legendary experience of Emperor Kangxi. Inspired from Chengde's unique natural and cultural elements and drawing from the history and imperial culture during the flourishing period of Kangxi-Qianlong, the performance enables excited audiences to experience the stories and culture from hundreds of years ago against a backdrop of high-tech sound and lighting effects.
National Center for the Performing Arts

National Center for the Performing Arts

4.6/51,560 Reviews
Theatre
9:00-17:00 (closed on Monday), stop taking tickets half an hour before closing. Ticket collection time: 9:00-16:30 (Local time)
The National Grand Theater of China is located on the west side of Tiananmen Square. It consists of the main building of the National Grand Theater and the underwater promenades, artificial lakes and green spaces on both North and South sides. The National Theater has a total of five floors, with an opera house, a concert hall, a opera theater and a mini theater. Among them, the opera theater is a theater with ethnic features. The Chinese red color is the main color tone, and the silk walls express the traditional warm atmosphere. The main performances are dramas, operas, local operas and other performances.
Deyun Crosstalk Theater

Deyun Crosstalk Theater

4.4/5343 Reviews
Stand-up Comedy
Tuesday-Friday, Sunday 19:30, and a show added on Saturday and Sunday at 14:00 (except for holidays and special events). (Local time)
The Deyun Crosstalk Theater is located in Xuanwu District's Tianqiao. Tianqiao is the site from which many traditional forms of Beijing Folk Art emerged. The theater is in the former Tianqiaole Building which was built in 1933. Created by the famous crosstalk comedian Guo Degang in 1995, its dual purpose is to promote traditional crosstalk comedy and help the traditional comedic form of crosstalk return to the stage. Mixing and matching short spoken skits with crosstalk comedy performances, the Deyun Crosstalk Theater provides audiences with a selection of Qing Dynasty, Republican Chinese, and post-Liberation Chinese styles of comedic performance. Visitors to Beijing's Deyun Crosstalk Theater have the opportunity to experience some of the best of traditional Beijing folk culture performances.
Deyunshe Sanlitun Branch

Deyunshe Sanlitun Branch

4.4/5102 Reviews
Stand-up Comedy
Tuesday-Sunday day time 14:00-16:30; night time 19:30-22:00 (Local time)
Deyunshe Sanlitun Branch is one of the Deyunshe's performance venues. Formed under the influence of the Lao Tianqiao Publishing House, it is located in Sanlitun, across from Ya Show Market and directly west of Sanlitun Soho. The theater adopts Ming and Qing architectural styles, blue brick paving, surrounded by carved beams and high hanging antique lanterns, but the stage lighting is advanced and equipped with an oversized LED flat panel display. Don't miss out on Deyunshe's traditional Xiangsheng (crosstalk) shows and super-cool drum performances.
Golden Mask Dynasty Performance

Golden Mask Dynasty Performance

4.8/5276 Reviews
Performances
Performance time: 17:30-18:30 (Please call in advance to make an appointment for the specific performance). Play the second game 19:30-20:30 during the weekend holidays (please call the appointment in advance for the specific performances). Play the second game during the weekend holiday 19:30-20:30 (Local time)
The musical "Golden Mask Dynasty" tells a matchless tale about love. It integrates dance, acrobatics, costumes, and other artistic disciplines. It uses the theme of "love and harmony" to creatively use dance, lighting, videography, and stage presentation,tunts and other high-tech arts recreate the magnificent momentum of the Chinese civilization. The "Golden Mask Dynasty" is based on the ancient Sanxingdui civilization as the background of the time. It has adopted eight different chapters: "war", "history", "forging", "celebration", "under the moon", "flood", "commemorating the heavens" and "transforming". The story tells of the queen with a golden mask that created a glorious dynasty with wisdom, tolerance, trust and love.
Chaoyang Theatre Acrobatic Show

Chaoyang Theatre Acrobatic Show

4.6/5305 Reviews
Performances
Chaoyang Theatre Acrobatic Show is located at 36 East Third Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing City, close to Exit C1 of Hujialou Station of Beijing Subway Line 10. Watching acrobatics and going to Chaoyang has become a common occurrence in the Beijing performance market; this location hosts many well-known names in the acrobatics world both from China and elsewhere. The performers here are very talented, and each performance is difficult, awe-inspiring, and worth seeing.
Long Gone Dinosaur

Long Gone Dinosaur

4.6/5236 Reviews
Performances
Monday-Sunday: 16:30, 19:30, and 14:00 on weekends (Local time)
"Long Gone Dinosaur" is based on the experience of dinosaurs from prosperity to extinction. It allows the audience to pass through 65 million years ago and reveals a world of dinosaurs that has never been seen before. The first half of the performance is based on the life story of the dinosaur family of five, vividly showing the beautiful environment and harmonious ecology of the dinosaur boom. In the latter part of the performance, the earth's environmental catastrophe such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, and sandstorms was triggered by the impact of the meteorites on the earth. The scientific inference of the dinosaurs' extinction in environmental disasters was reproduced, and the story of dinosaurs 65 million years ago was vividly interpreted.
Beijing Liu Laogen Grand Stage

Beijing Liu Laogen Grand Stage

4.2/5277 Reviews
Theatre
Performances
20:00-22:15 (the appearance of the attraction is open all day) (Local time)
 The Beijing Liu Laogen Grand Stage is situated at Qianmen East Street. Compared to the "Liu Laogen Stage" flagship store in Shenyang Zhongjie, the scale of the Beijing Theatre is more ambitious. The decoration style combines the characteristics of the Northeast's people and the atmosphere of Beijing's courtyard house. There is a deep black land style in the Northern charm. The actors of Beijing Liu Laogen's stage are the folk artists who Zhao Benshan discovered and cultivated through the "errenzhuan contest".
DeYunShe Sanqing Theatre

DeYunShe Sanqing Theatre

4.4/5138 Reviews
Stand-up Comedy
Tuesday-Sunday: 14:00-16:00 in the afternoon; 19:00-21:00 in the evening, closed on Monday. (Local time)
DeYunShe Sanqing Theatre in Dashilan, Qianmen, Beijing, also known as “Sanqing Xiyuan”, is an old opera theatre mainly focusing on Beijing opera performances. Earlyin the Qing Dynasty, it was the first venue choice of Sanqing theatrical troupe, one of the four major Hui theatrical troupes. The venue was one of the famous theatres in Beijing at that time. It has more than 200 years of history. Today it is a performance venue for DeYunShe.
Guangde Building Deyun Crosstalk Conference

Guangde Building Deyun Crosstalk Conference

4.4/5265 Reviews
Stand-up Comedy
Afternoon time: 14:00-16:00; evening time: 19:00-21:00. (Local time)
The Guangde Building Deyun Crosstalk Conference is located in Beijing’s Xicheng District. This was founded in 1995 by famous crosstalk comedian Guo Degang. Deyun crosstalk is now very well known. Listening to a crosstalk comedy performance at Deyun is one of the ways in which many visitors to Beijing lightheartedly experience the city’s traditional culture. Performances here are very popular, and purchasing tickets in advance is recommended.
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