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On-site booking

Booking Office: Booking Hall, North Gate of NCPA, No. 2 West Chang'an Avenue, Xicheng District, Beijing
Time: 9:30-18:00 for days without performances; 9:30-19:30 for days with performances

Booking by phone

Booking hotline: +86 10 6655 0000
Time :9:00 - 20: 00
For block booking or group purchase of enterprises or institutions, please phone the group purchase line: +86 10 6655 0105,+86 10 6655 0106,+86 10 6655 0555
Working hours: 9:00-18:00 Monday to Friday

Opera House




Dedicated to the staging of epic operas and dance dramas, the golden Opera House is considered the centrepiece of the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The auditorium has a stall and three balconies that can seat 2,398 people.The T-shaped stage. comprises a central platform, two side stages and a rear stage. Six elevators underneath the central stage allow it to be moved up, down, back, forward or to rotate, either separately or in unison. With this high maneuverability, scene changes are swift

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Theatre




Nestled in the heart of the National Centre for the Performing Arts is a tribute to the traditional theatre atmosphere of warmth and hospitality. With its silk embroidered wallpapers, the Theatre stages primarily traditional Chinese operas - including Peking opera and other local varieties - modern dramas and national song and dance shows. The theatre has three balconies and seating for an audience of 1,035. Engineered with the latest technologies, the stage at the Theatre comprises the main stage, two side stages and a rear stage.

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Multi-functional Theatre

The Multi-functional Theatre is the most flexible venue to host various types of performance. The entire atmosphere inside is tranquility and elegance. Its fresh yet elegant style suits chamber music, instrumental solo and vocal solo, drama and modern dance. The auditorium has 19 rows of seats, totaling 469 (removable seats included). The Multi-functional Theatre was completed in September, 2009, officially put in use in October, 2009.

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