Tian Han Grand Theatre

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The Tian Han Grand Theatre (simplified Chinese :田汉大剧院; traditional Chinese :田漢大劇院; pinyin :Tiánhàn Dàjùyuàn) is a theatre on West Laodong Road in Tianxin District of Changsha, Hunan, China. [1] [2] [3] The theater, named after the pioneering Chinese playwright Tian Han, comprises the Great Theater, Concert Hall, Tian Han Memorial Hall, Art Gallery and the Masses Culture Plaza.

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References

  1. Yang Jie (2015-06-04). 长沙文化地理之:田汉大剧院. rednet (in Chinese).
  2. Deng Guiming; Deng Jun (2016-07-08). 长沙幼教最隆重毕业典礼在田汉大剧院上演. hunan (in Chinese).
  3. 去田汉大剧院感受国歌魅力. 163.com (in Chinese). 2016-10-10.

Coordinates: 28°10′45″N112°59′25″E / 28.179183°N 112.990324°E / 28.179183; 112.990324

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