Get Your Tickets to the Musical Der Elefantenpups Event

By That's Shanghai, September 4, 2019

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If you're looking for a fun, interactive and kid-friendly event, you're in luck! The music-filled Der Elefantenpups - Ein Tierischer Geheimplan will be held at Shanghai City Theatre on November 15-16.

This time around, a new animal joins the zoo: a young female panda named Mei Yue. Being in a new place means she's suffering from homesickness and would do anything to be able to return home to China.

The zoo animals work together and hatch a secret plan to cheer up Mei Yue. They make music for her with their instruments. In the end, the panda cub is able to happily settle into her new home with her new friends.

Throughout the journey, kids can learn about various musical instruments and their unique timbres through a fun and sweet story. Your little ones are sure to love it! 

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Flyer courtesy of promoter

The event will take place at Shanghai City Theatre on November 15-16.

To book your tickets visit the e-ticket site. You can also purchase tickets easily from your phone by scanning the QR code below:

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Nov 15 at 7.30pm & Nov 16 at 10.30am, ; RMB120-380. Shanghai City Theatre, see event listingPurchase tickets here


[Cover image courtesy of promoter]

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