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Lang Toi (My Village) is a delicate merge of tradition and innovation, where poetic beauty of Northern Vietnam’s village life is presented under new cirque approach. Farming, building activities, traditional games, and lifestyle of Northern villagers are recreated by ancestral bamboo props, breath-taking cirque and acrobatics, rhythmic dance, to distinct folk music from more than 20 musical instruments.

 

MY VILLAGE SHOW

- An entertainment & Vietnamese cultural show
- Poetic memoirs of Northern Vietnam's rural life
- A blending genre of Bamboo Cirque, Acrobatics & Juggling
- Live music on stage performed by traditional musical instruments
- Toured around the world from 2009 to 2012
- Duration: 60-70 minutes
- Venue: Hanoi Opera House / Vietnam Tuong Theater



 
LEGEND IN ZONES
ZONE OFFICAL RATE
aah![A] 28USD
ooh![O] 45USD
wow![W] 65USD
 
Seating Plan in Hanoi Opera House (01 Trang Tien Street, Hoan Kiem District, HN)

aah![A] - off-centered view from the wings of the auditorium located on the ground floor, the whole first floor & second floor - a limit view from rear area (marked as yellow color)
ooh![O] - centered view, located at ground level - popular choice (marked as green color)
wow![W] - centered view & location on the ground floor - best view (marked as purple color)

Seating Plan in Vietnam Tuong Theatre (51A Duong Thanh Street, Hoan Kiem District, HN)

aah![A] - off-centered view from the wings of the auditorium located on the ground floor & the first floor (marked as yellow color)
ooh![O] - centered view, located at ground level - popular choice (marked as green color)
wow![W] – N/A

Show Schedule – The shows mostly start at 18:00 on show date. 

 

Venues Introduction


Hanoi Opera House
 
Standing in the heart of Hanoi, the opera house was located in a beautiful intersection downtown, where five main city roads lead to. The building was completed in 1911 after 10 years of construction, by two French architects, Broyer and V. Harley, resembling the Opéra Garnier de Paris. The building is 34 meters above the ground and carried out in a total area of 2600 square meters with the 87-meter length and 30-meter width. Its design is strongly influenced by the French architecture style from 19th century. The front facade impresses passerby with French neo-classical design shuttered windows, wrought iron balconies and tiled friezes. The interior design of Hanoi Opera overwhelms visitors with T-shape white marble staircase centered with red carpet, crystal chandeliers, large wall mirrors, Corinthian columns and colorful dome by colorful murals and reliefs.

Interesting facts and figures
•  The building took 10 years to be completed from 1901 to 1911.

•  The building is 34 meters above the ground and carried out in a total area of 2600 square meters with the 87-meter length and 30-meter width.
•  The auditorium is 24 x 24 meters with three seat floors that include 589 velvet seats.
•  In 1995, the government spent nearly 14 million US dollars to restore the opera house.
•  The building was acclaimed as Nation Relic, on its 100th birthday, December 9th 2011.

 
Hanoi Vietnam Tuong Theatre
 
Nested on Duong Thanh Street, which once named Rue de la Citadelle by the French, Vietnam Tuong Theater has welcomed visitors and served as a melting pot where Vietnamese performing arts and culture meet world audience. Taking a short few minutes’ walk from Sword Lake, entering the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, one will find the Vietnam Tuong Theater opposite the centuries-old Hang Da Market (Rue des Cuirs), where merchants has been gathering ever since feudal time. The theater building has been around for over a hundred years, a true witness of Hanoi’s historical changes.

Interesting facts and figures 

•  The theater building has been around for over a hundred years, a true witness of Hanoi’s historical changes.
•  The Vietnam Tuong Theater was originally built by the French as a cinematheque at the beginning of the 20th century, by the name “Olympia”.
•  Vietnam Tuong Theater situated on the intersect of many critical streets, which was then the fiery background of Vietnamese battles against the French.
•  The theater is nowadays a major stage where Vietnamese culture and performing arts collide.
 


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