Pyongyang Grand Theatre
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Pyongyang Grand Theatre information
Cinema, theatre and opera trips are possible (although rare), and while films, operas or plays aren't likely to be of a particularly gripping order, again, it's the experience that is interesting. Spectacles in the main theatres vary little from one to the other. Musical 'classics' such as The Flower Girl and A Daughter of the Party are in constant rotation.