Opened in 1991, Beijing's Poly Theatre (Běijīng Bǎolì Jùyuàn,北京保利剧院) is an acclaimed, 1,500 seat venue which plays host to musicals, ballet, modern dance, symphony concerts and Chinese dramas.
In addition to renowned local groups, the Poly also hosts performances by foreign artists and the annual Beijing Music Festival.
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