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Chun Yi : The Legend Of Kung Fu - London Coliseum - tickets from only £10.00 + £2.85 Booking fee @ lastminute.com £12.85

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A truly dazzling spectacle, Chun Yi : The Legend of Kung Fu promises to be the theatrical event of the summer, combining unbelievable athletic feats of King Fu artistry with dance and acrobatics set t… Read More
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A truly dazzling spectacle, Chun Yi : The Legend of Kung Fu promises to be the theatrical event of the summer, combining unbelievable athletic feats of King Fu artistry with dance and acrobatics set to an electrifying musical score.

A multi-award winning blockbuster in Beijing where it has been seen by over 2 million people, this new production features an ensemble of 50 performers who bring to life an exhilarating fusion of East meets West.

Acclaimed Broadway director Ray Roderick, leads the Chinese creative team and a company of 65 young professional Kung Fu practitioners, dancers, and acrobats

Critic's choice
Breathtaking! This show dazzles.
Globe and Mail, Toronto

Viscerally thrilling with death defying kug fu stunts.
National Post (Canada)

Spectacle on a grand scale! Heart-poundingly exciting, with gutbusting energy
The Vancouver Sun

Ticket prices

Monday to Friday performances
Best available seat - £55 now only £27.50
Top price balcony seat - £18 now only £10


Saturday and Sunday performances
Top price stall seat - £60 now only £30
Top price upper circle seat - £37.50 now only £18.75
Top price balcony seat - £18 now only £10

Please note: Prices are subject to a booking fee of £2.85 per ticket

Some background information on the show: http://london-insider.co.uk/2009/07/chun-yi-the-legend-of-kung-fu-review/
- boonkoh
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#1
omg this looks awesome! thinking of teaming this up with that hotel offer someone put up a while ago as a pressie for hubby!!

anybody been?
#2
My wife and 10-year old son have just returned from the Wednesday matinee performance. Both said it was "amazing .. breathtaking .. unbelievable .. beautiful !!".

What's more their £10 balcony seats were upgraded to £55 dress circle seats on arrival.

Guess I'll be booking again before its 21 day run finishes.

Not bad.
#3
great stuff but its a bit misleading for folks interested in taking up Kung Fu!

we get people coming to our club assuming that in a few months they'll be shaolin monks and able to perform these amazing feats.

whereas we actually teach the art of self protection.
#4
Any know if the cheap seats are any good?

Don't want to buy them and end up too far away to see anything :roll:
#5
I saw this in Beijing, it's utterly average.
#6
Saw this on Friday and enjoyed it. Not so much kung fu as a mix of performance, dance and some kung fu demonstrations. Definitely worth £10
#7
Show is alright, saw it in Beijing. Gets a bit boring with the story telling, action is good. Will entertain the kids, might bore regular theatre goers.
#8
slackrat77
great stuff but its a bit misleading for folks interested in taking up Kung Fu!

we get people coming to our club assuming that in a few months they'll be shaolin monks and able to perform these amazing feats.

whereas we actually teach the art of self protection.


Isn't what you are stating the same for watching any showcase with people also wanting to take part: football, boxing, musical, theatre, circus, golf, cooking, swimming, olympics ....why have you singled out Kung Fu to be different?
#9
Just came back from the show, was a bit disappointed, as I have watched a few kung fu shows before and this wasn't anything special. But the kung fu is top quality and not some random two-bit show, but as mentioned before the story is a bit boring and drawn-out, and doesn't make sense during bits of it. Also the first half is amazingly boring.... but several scenes in the 2nd half make up for it!
#10
Am I the only one who didn't quite read the title properly and thought it was about the latest Streetfighter film? :-D
#11
Quickblood
Am I the only one who didn't quite read the title properly and thought it was about the latest Streetfighter film? :-D


Nope, i thought it too haha!
#12
Quidco 4% :)

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