Experience the richness of Vietnamese culture with this spectacular hour-long show mixing the acrobatics of contemporary circus with the…
See activities of northern village life recreated by dance, acrobatics and bamboo props in the Lang Toi show. Enjoy traditional Vietnamese music.
Experience the richness of Vietnamese culture with this spectacular hour-long show that mixes acrobatics, theatre, traditional music and poetry.
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What people are saying about A O Show
The show includes elements from gymnastics, dance, Blue man group, Stomp, circus web acts, etc. Yet it still maintains the feel of the country. I love that it brought out subtle and not so-subltle glimpses into the culture from past to present without hitting on the political aspects. The venue was charming but small so the show had a very warm feel to it which was enhanced by the performers appearing at start of show for a funny read on "what not to do during the show" and hanging out for pictures after the show!
On arrival the ticket collection is quite straightforward and sign posted. You can enjoy a welcome drink (payable) or a free refreshment as part of the show, peach tea was very nice. Sitting in the nicely chilled air conditioned hall you are left captivated through the performance which is is full of passion. Very helpful and pleasant staff and performers.
This performance was very engertaining in so many ways. It was athletic, exciting and beautiful. The coreography was so innovative yet so simple with the bambu-stics, the music and the light. The play followed the vietnam-people in their daily life working out in the rice-fields and on fishing in the river.
We watched A to O show. The artists were super talented, the music magical and there was so much energy during the whole show. Before the show we were offered cold tea which was very nice of them. Great value for money!
Enjoyed the cast personable touch....at end of show continue with song and dance in the lobby allowed plenty of time for picture taking with the attendees too