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My first time seeing an acrobatic Show inside a theater with deep water underneath the stage. Excellent engineering concept for the stage. Seats at the front pivoted to the sides and have the stage become bigger which also shrink and flooded with water. Actors and...More
Whst a show.. Well worth going.. I followed the advice of B seats and sat centrally for a great view. I did wonder if it might be better at the sides where the acrobats fly out too.?
The scenery was incredible with three digital screens...More
Outstanding show with one of the coolest seating arrangements i've ever experienced. If you can, choose seats in the B area. This area of seating moves, along with the stage, to reveal a massive pool. You also get a perfect view to see the whole...More
It is a definitely amazing show. I think the theater should be number one what you should see in Wuhan. There are not only actors, there are also video efects on a huge 3 LCD displays, there is a bewitching music, there are water stunts...More
Words can’t describe this spectacular show. The set, the music and most importantly the performers make this one of the greatest shows in China. The story is such that you need any language just soak up the theatre. I can’t recommend this show highly enough....More
Entire sections of the seats pivot and move, the arena is repeatedly flooded with water, death is defied several times and the theatre (and the show) is a strange BUT compelling marriage of artistry, technology and athleticism. It is more than Cirque’s O but less...More
Colleagues at the university we were visiting ordered them for us. You can probably organize tickets through your hotel but yes the website is next to impossible to navigate in English. As someone else mentioned, most... More
Colleagues at the university we were visiting ordered them for us. You can probably organize tickets through your hotel but yes the website is next to impossible to navigate in English. As someone else mentioned, most nights there are lots of seats! Enjoy!!