5 Places to Watch the Royal Wedding in Shanghai

By Tabatha Baylis, May 17, 2018

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The highly anticipated Royal wedding is just days away. On Saturday May 19, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will officially tie the knot. The ceremony will take place at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle and will begin at 7pm (Shanghai time). If you're obsessed with all things Royal Family, fear not. There are plenty of places around Shanghai that will be broadcasting the ceremony and celebrating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day.

1. The Pearl

The folks over at The Pearl Theatre are hosting a special screening party for the Royal wedding. Early bird tickets are only RMB100 per person and include a complementary drink and cake. On top of that, they promise a royal bingo, quizzes and more! Sounds like a jolly good time.

Sat May 19, 5-9pm; RMB100. The Pearl, see event listing

2. British Chamber Shanghai Annual Ball 2018

A night of live music, dancing, competitions, laughter, fine food and copious amounts of alcohol is to be had at the Shangri-La Pudong. The theme is ‘Royalty and Wedding’ so this is the perfect opportunity to impress everyone with your fancy dress or suit. If you’re stuck for inspiration, black tie attire will work just as well. Tickets are selling fast, so be sure to reserve your spot soon.

Sat May 19, 6.30pm-1am; RMB1370 and up. Pudong Shangri-La, East Shanghai, see event listing

3. The Camel

The Camel Sports Bar and Kitchen will be displaying the Royal wedding on their big screen on the big day. Make sure you book your table soon so you can watch the royal couple tie the knot with your friends over a couple of drinks.

Sat May 19, 7pm. The Camel Sports Bar, see event listing

4. Hooked 

Hooked over at Found 158 are celebrating the Royal wedding by displaying it on their new big screen! From 7-9pm, you can get bottles of prosecco for only RMB199, so you can enjoy the ceremony in style. Hooked are also giving out free wedding cake after the ceremony to keep the party going. Book your table now because space is limited. 

Sat May 19, 7pm. Hooked (Found 158), see event listing

5. The Rooster

The Rooster, over in Jing’an, are also screening the Royal wedding on Saturday night. To celebrate, they’re hosting a happy hour on Gordin’s Gin and tonics, starting from 7pm. 

Sat May 19, 7pm. The Rooster (Jing'an), see event listing.

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