Han Show Theatre

Source: hubei.gov.cn 11/12/2015 11:11:43

The Han Show Theatre is designed by Mark Fisher, the internationally renowned architect, with the inspiration of the “Red Lantern”, which is a famous and iconic element of Chinese traditional culture.

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

  • Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

    Han Show Theatre (photo by Xiao Senwei)

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The Han Show Theatre is designed by Mark Fisher, the internationally renowned architect, with the inspiration of the “Red Lantern”, which is a famous and iconic element of Chinese traditional culture.

There are 2000 movable seats in the Han Show Theatre, which is said to be the first of its kind worldwide that adopts moving and lifting seats in water show performance. The swing seats in the front area are in a closed status at the beginning of the show and during the show, the swing seats turn around and open and the lifting seats in the back area vertically descend.

Except the movable seats, wow-factors include the high resolution LED screens on robot arms and a huge performance pool whose capacity equivalent to that of 4 standard Olympic swimming pools.

The immense yet intimate theater provides a sensory experience that is at once aerial, aquatic and immersive.

(hubei.gov.cn by Mao Huifang)

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