Where to go, what to do on April 1 in Shanghai

Shanghaiist2021-11-23 13:06:11

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Sunday brunch @ The Portman Ritz-Carlton


The Portman Ritz-Carlton is kicking off the return of their Sunday brunch buffet at Portman’s Restaurant with a guest chef. Catch lauded chef-artist Yann Bernard Lejard as he gives a live plating demonstration and cooks dishes such as beef tenderloin with truffle and mushrooms. At the same time, savor the buffet’s new range of appetizers, main dishes, and desserts highlighting continental and pan-Asian inspirations. Have your meal with unlimited Moët & Chandon champagne, crafted cocktails, wine, beer, and soft drinks.


? 12pm

? ¥388 - 588

?  1376 West Nanjing Road | 南京西路1376号


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Easter lunch @ Pudong Shangri-La


Bring your family to Yi Café for an Easter buffet featuring fresh Irish oysters, baby abalone, Alaskan king crab, slow-roasted lamb, and desserts. Or celebrate the holiday with Jade on 36’s brunch feast, where you can dine on European oysters with celery and lime sherbet, scrambled egg with Yunnan truffle or caviar, and roasted Boston lobster with caviar beurre blanc.


? ¥244 - 588

?  33 Fucheng Road | 富城路33号


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Easter Sunday Brunch @ The Westin Bund Center


Spend an afternoon at The Stage sipping on Veuve Clicquot champagne and filling up on all your favorite holiday foods and desserts including handmade chocolate and hot cross buns. Kids get to enjoy Easter egg hunts, drawing competitions, and table visits from the Easter Bunny. There are also live performances throughout the afternoon and a chance to win lucky draw prizes including a giant handmade chocolate Easter bunny and bottles of bubbly.


? 11:30am

? ¥368 - 798

?  88 Middle Henan Road | 河南中路88号


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Royal Shakespeare Company: Julius Caesar @ Huangpu Theatre


Julius Caesar is Shakespeare's epic political tragedy, where the race to claim the empire spirals out of control. Season Director Angus Jackson steers the thrilling action of the story that continues to define all political backstabbing, with spin and betrayal turning to violence.


? 7pm

? ¥100 - 200

?  780 East Beijing Road | 北京东路780号




Yang Yang Conducts Chichester Psalms @ Shanghai Symphony Hall


Yang Yang is the Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of the Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra. As one of the most active young conductors in China, Yang Yang has conducted more than 20 domestic and foreign outstanding symphony orchestras. In the year of 1998, at the First Beijing International Music Festival, Mr.Yang started his conducting career. In the following seven years, he conducted the operas and concerts at the same festival. From 2000 to 2005, Mr Yang held the position as the Assistant Conductor of China Philharmonic Orchestra.


? 8pm

? ¥180 - 580

?  1380 Middle Fuxing Road | 复兴中路1380号




Leslie Cheung Memorial Concert @ The Mixing Room


Leslie Cheung, the legendary superstar of Hong Kong, commited suiside on April 1, 2003. Cheung left behind countless “gold songs” which are still played on the airwaves in Hong Kong today, including “Monica”, “Wild Wind”, “Silence is Golden”, “Closer” and many more. This memorial concert will be held to commemorate the 15th anniversary of his passing.


? 7:30pm

? ¥199 - 399

?  1200 Expo Avenue | 世博大道1200号




Mahler: The Song of the Earth @ Cadillac·Shanghai Concert Hall


Das Lied von der Erde ("The Song of the Earth") is a composition for two voices and orchestra written by the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler, which is considered as Mahler's "greatest symphony". The concert will be performed by Shanghai Opera House Orchestra.


? 7:30pm

? ¥280 - 680

?  523 East Yan'an Road | 延安东路523号



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