Chinese New Year Festival Show

Chinese New Year Festival Show

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Come and join the celebrations as Chinese New Year returns to Oxford Playhouse with some thrilling new acts.

Touring across the country to celebrate the biggest festive event on the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year Festival Show is a festive spectacle showcasing the best of Chinese performing arts.

From the daring stunts of Chinese acrobatics to the magnificent 18-metre long Dragon Dance, and more, this is a colourful party of Chinese cultural tradition.

Not to be missed.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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Confucius Institute at Oxford Brookes University

Full Circle and Enjoy get 25% off a pair of tickets.

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