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Mar.17th | 39RMB Ticket for Chinese Acrobatics Show

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Weekends Trip in March

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Large-scale magic acrobatics show

-Legend of Jinsha-

CETtrip to Chinese Acrobatics Show

Suggestion:  JinSha Theater is very closed to  of  Beijing Tusa Wax Museum which is only 59RMB(normal price is 160RMB). Before going to enjoy this show, you can visit Madame tussauds wax museum firstly, you can go on enjoying two discount tickets together!

Activity placeHufang Road 7#, Xicheng district, Beijing

Activity date: Mar.17th it will be updated every Friday

Show time: From 17:30 to 18:30 Saturday / From 15:50 to 16:50 Sunday

Normal Price:280RMB 

Discount Price:39RMB (shared this post on your moment and @ 3 friends to enjoy the discount price)

Meeting Point: At the Gate of  JinSha Theater (Check the location on the map below)

Meeting time: 15mins before the show time

Booking Hotline: Amy 18514204169/15321103694(if you have any problem about this trip, please call us)

Statement about this discount rules

  • Please share this post on your moment and @3 friends to get the discount

  • This discount ticket has no limit, no matter you are students or not.

  • When you book your seat and your friends' seats online, please fill the form carefully. We need your full name、phone nub.

  • This ticket is discount ticket, there is no refund once you booked.

  • Our discount ticket is Group-Ticket; if you are late, you couldnt get it and couldnt go inside, and also couldnt get refund.

Book Your Tickets Online

Notice about booking online

  • Finish the payment online firstly and keep your payment voucher (when you finish the payment you will get one from wechat or Alipay)to exchange your ticket. Take a screenshot of this QR code when you finish the payment.

  • DONT forget to Click ''Done'' or ''完成'when you finsih your payment!!! or you wont get the activity wechat group and your ticket QR code above!!!

  • NO Need to be confirmed from CET. Once you finsih payment, your name will be on our list!

  • If you have problem in joining the wechat group, please call us:18514204169/15321103694

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How to get there by yourself

Location:Hufang Road 7#, Xicheng district, Beijing ( 北京市西城区虎坊路7号) Jinsha Theater

Large-scale magic acrobatics show

-Legend of Jinsha-

World famous Chinese acrobatics,
Give you newer, harder and more magic experiences.
Masculine springboard, rings, and balance skills,
Graceful silk hangs, Jujustu,
Smart diabolo, water meteor, 
Incredible Chinese traditional face changing, 
Genuine Chinese martial arts, 
Soul-stirring seats in a row, death round, 
And the iron ball with six meters in diameter can make 5 motorbikes driving and shuttling at the same time.
Legend of Jinsha show can make you feel the Chinese history of 3,000 years ago. 
Let you watch the ancient Chinese people making the acrobatics show in live,
Make you enjoy a long-lost “kingdom of Sunbird deity”.
Experience Chinese brilliant acrobatics, 
Understand Chinese old culture, 
Warmly welcome you to come to Watch the large-scale magic acrobatics show---

legend of Jinsha

Chinese Acrobatics Show

Chinese performing arts have a long history. Variety show is known to existed as early as the Qin dynasty (221-207 BC) or possibly earlier. During the Qin and Han periods, Jiaodi (角抵) or Baixi (百戲) variety show was popular with the common people. 

Jiaodi was originally an entertainment where men wearing horns charged at one another like bulls, but became a general term used interchangeably with Baixi to describe popular entertainment during the Han Dynasty. 

It consisted of a variety of acts such as conjuring, acrobatics, wrestling, musical performances, dance, martial arts, horsemanship, and juggling. 

In the Eastern Han Dynasty, the scholar Zhang Heng was one of the first to describe the acrobatic theme shows in the royal palaces in his "Ode to the Western Capital" (西京賦). 

The event featured shows such as Old Man Huang of the Eastern Sea (東海黃公), the Dancing Fish and Dragon (魚龍蔓衍) and Assembly of Immortals (總會仙倡), and Zheng described swallowing knives and spitting fire, creatures that transformed into another, as well as children who performed acrobatics on high poles. A grand acrobatic show was held by Emperor Wu of Han in 108 BC for foreign guests.

The performances became more elaborate and during the Tang Dynasty (618-907AD), the performing arts became popular in the Emperor’s court, and the acts became more refined. Eventually, the performing arts lost favor in the Imperial Court; they moved back to the common people and most performers performed in the street. 

During the Song Dynasty the variety shows may be performed in the entertainment centres called the wazi (瓦子, meaning "tiles"). Towards the end of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the performers came off the street and started performing on stage. 

During the end of the Qing Dynasty(1644-1911), it regained popularity with the Imperial Court and has remained a popular art form to this day.

Since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, the art forms have gained new respectability. Troupes have been established in the provinces, autonomous regions, and special municipals with theaters specifically dedicated to the variety arts. 

Some troupes have become world famous, playing to packed houses at home and on foreign tours.

It wasn't until the 1990s, however, that the art form was packaged as a complete theme show. The 1994 show Golden Wind of the Southwest (金色西南風) led the way in successfully re-promoting the art as a whole.