Chinese New Year Festival Show

Chinese New Year Festival Show

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Come and join the Chinese New Year celebrations as the Kaifeng City Acrobats Troupe returns with thrilling new acts to Oxford Playhouse.

Join us for this unique, colourful and action-packed show, wonderfully entertaining and suitable for all ages.

Celebrating the biggest festival in the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year Festival Show is a spectacle showcasing the best of Chinese performing arts and a colourful party of Chinese cultural tradition.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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Confucius Institue at Oxford Brookes University

  • The annual Chinese New Year Festival was pure entertainment and a triumph all round.
       
    Daily Info 2019

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