LONDON—A lip-reading tutor whose family are originally from China says the Chinese Spectacular is an "extraordinary show".
Penny Hunter, from Essex, saw the show at Royal Festival Hall in London on Saturday afternoon.
"This was really quite an extraordinary show. It wasn't what I was expecting," she said.
"It was a cross between a Sunday night at the London palladium Chinese style and a bit of traditional mass dancing that you see in China," she said.
Ms. Hunter was born in Hong Kong and her father is from Mainland China.
"We have quite a strong Chinese feel in the family. It's the year of the rat and I'm a rat," she said.
She said the show was something you cannot get on modern television anymore.
"There's a strong flavour of what you have in traditional Chinese entertainment in the graceful dancing."
She really enjoyed the show.
"Its actually quite innovative. Its kind of east meets west and shakes your ideas up a bit. "You come away thinking you've had quite a shake up which is good. That's what all the shows should be."
"You have to have history to know where you are today," she said.
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