On the banks of Jīnjī Lake is one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Shaped like a crescent moon and bearing a striking nest-like facade that changes colour at night, this multi-venue arts centre regularly hosts p…
Kūnqǔ (昆曲), an extant form of Chinese opera originating from Jiāngsū, is staged at this small theatre every Saturday evening at 7.15pm. There are English subtitles and tickets are between ¥120 and ¥150.
The Píngtán Museum puts on wonderful performances of píngtán, a singing and storytelling art form sung in the Sūzhōu dialect. Two-hour shows are at 1.30pm daily.
From March to November, music performances are held nightly from 7.30pm to 9.30pm for tourist groups at this garden. Don’t expect anything too authentic.
This place puts on performances of kūnqǔ at 2pm on Sundays.