Shaolin Warriors Kung Fu show coming to Dubai Opera

Breathtaking displays of strength and skill coming in February 2018

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It’ll be as fast as lightning, so blink and you’ll miss the arrival of the Shaolin Warriors, who will be Kung Fuing their way into town and on to the stage of Dubai Opera in early 2018.

The legendary Shaolin Warriors – The Kung Fu Masters are set to make its GCC debut with a five-day run at Dubai Opera in 2018. It’s promising to be a spectacular show, which will be rolling into Dubai from Tuesday February 27 until Saturday March 3.

The show will run nightly throughout its stay, with two special matinee performances also running, so the whole family can enjoy this special show.

The historic show, which stars 21 Kung Fu masters from Shaolin, China, follows the story of a young child’s initiation into the Warriors, to become a fully-fledged warrior following years of dedicated training. Having been running for the past 16 years, Shaolin Warriors has been a worldwide smash, performing to sell-out venues across the globe, and captivating audiences with its demonstrations of hypnotic and action-packed stunts.

“From balancing on sharp metal spears and smashing marble slabs with sheer strength, to the troupe’s proficiency with 18 dangerous, traditional weapons, the mesmerising production is the ultimate display of theatre and deadly, physical prowess that will amaze both adults and children alike,” says the team behind the show.

Tickets are available now, starting from Dhs195. Book your tickets now for what is sure to be one of the most breathtaking performances of the year.

From Dhs195. Tue Feb 27-Sat March 3 2018. Dubai Opera, Downtown Dubai, www.dubaiopera.com.

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