The World of Extreme Happiness

Theatre

West End

National Theatre, temporary theatre

Until Sat Oct 26 2013

  • © Richard H Smith

    Katie Leung (Sunny) and company

  • © Richard H Smith

    Sarah Lam (Wang Hua) and Vera Chok (Xiao Li)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Chris Lew Kum Hoi (Paul) and Katie Leung (Sunny)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Vera Chok (Ming Ming) and Katie Leung (Sunny)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Katie Leung (Sunny)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Vera Chok (Ming Ming)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Katie Leung (Sunny), Vera Chok (Ming Ming), Sarah Lam (Artemis Chang)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Daniel York (Li Han)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Sarah Lam (Wang Hua) and Daniel York (Li Han)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Junix Inocian (Gao Chen)

  • © Richard H Smith

    Sarah Lam (Wang Hua)

© Richard H Smith

Katie Leung (Sunny) and company

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Mandy

Honestly I find the play takes the situation of China today for granted and fails to address the complexity of those hot issues like the decrease of rural population, mass production in the city and self identification of labors. It would have been much more interesting if these issues are being sophisticated researched, and reasonably presented. Celine Dion in rural China?? Come on!!