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I saw this performance in 2014 and enjoyed it so 'signed up' for a second visit. I somehow remember it being longer than the 30 minute performance this time, perhaps it has been cut back. Cost is 100,000 VND, about $6AUS ($5US) and worth the...More
I paid 100,000vd for the 5pm show which is only about AU$6 and I thought was good value. I don't have the ticket which includes a number of attractions so was happy to pay separately. As I understand it, the free (if you have the...More
We just happened to be passing this little theatre and mask workshop late Sunday afternoon then noticed the sign: "daily performance at 17:00".
For 100,000 VND each (5$ US) we thought we'd give it a try and we were delighted with the show.
Worth watching this as part of the 5 attractions you can choose using the Hoi An entrance ticket. I particularly enjoyed the traditional dances and sorrowfully sweet sounds produced with the Vietnamese violin.
Always expect the unexpected and I was pleasantly surprised. It was my first time with the Vietnamese performance. Didn't run to the length of time I was expecting. But what I did see was very clever and intriguing.
Tip : book early , arrive early
Didn't see the complimentary show, but paid VND100K for the 5.30 show. There were more performers than audience. It was enjoyable, a little kitch, performers amused themselves as well as us. Don't take this too seriously or expect some high level professionalism. Good to see...More
The 20min complimentary show in the traditional theater is excellent! However never buy ticket for the “special show” at 5:30pm located at the performance house of traditional arts!! First, they told us the show is 1 hour it turned out only 30min. Secondly, the show...More
We were 4 of 7 in the audience when we went - there were more performers. Kids liked the show, and we thought it was interesting to see and hear some of the Vietnamese culture. It seems like it needs quite a bit of a...More
The theatre is set in an old wooden building and relatively small. We dropped there in the morning and enjoyed a short performances of traditional dances and music.. There was also a Vietnamese Bingo game with participation of the audience.. where to my surprise, I...More