In its musical theaters and diverse nightlife, Hanoi’s cultural allure comes alive when the sun goes down. Productions showcasing traditional music and theater are a great way to delve into the spirit of Vietnam. With the multimillion-dollar restoration of the Opera House in the late 1990s, Hanoi's performing-arts scene reemerged. The imposing French-built arts palace hosts Vietnam's top traditional musicians and pop stars as well as the occasional Western performer. Elsewhere in the city, you can catch a performance of Vietnamese folk opera, traditional music, or enchanting water puppetry. If you want a peek at the results of years of Eastern European physical training, head to the circus at the northern edge of Lenin Park for Vietnam's version of the Cirque du Soleil.

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  • 1. L'Espace

    Hoan Kiem District | Film

    Operated by Institut Francais de Hanoi, L'Espace regularly screens world cinema as well as hosting an eclectic selection of cultural events. ...Read More

  • 2. National Cinema

    Ba Dinh District

    Refurbished in 2017, this antique cinema now has 12 screens. Films are often cheaper than in the major theaters, and many film festivals are held...Read More

  • 3. Cinematheque

    Hai Ba Trung District | Film

    Run by movie buffs, this is the best (only) place in Hanoi to catch up with the best in arthouse cinema. It is run as a membership organization...Read More

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