let me start by saying the show in itself was ok, probably a 4/5 however the whole experience was ruined by a number of things.
First there are airport style security scanners on entrance. Not a problem... Except when 3000 people are trying to get through the same 4 scanners. Chinese people (and my wife is of chinese origin and agrees) do not queue, so there was something of a crush and both her and my eldest daughter were upset to the point of tears. Not a good start.
Then we got shown to our seats. Our youngest is almost 5 so needs her own seat... But is under 1.1m tall so could go free. I paid for her to have a seat but one was not provided until I made a fuss. Those under 1.5m are half price but sit in front of you on a folding tiny chair.
What spoiled it as an enjoyable experience more than anything though was the rain. No cover is afforded to all but the 800 or so yuan VIP tickets - apart from a plastic poncho handed out on arrival. When the rain arrived it did so with gusto and fury. From the first note to about 5 minutes from the end. It was torrential and the lightning didn't help things.
Final point is the terrible organization for traffic. There is one road in and one out of the venue. Also there are 2 shows a night... So show one finishes, 3000 people leave... At the same time as 3000 people arrive for the second show. Logjam is not the word.
All in all though the show itself was pretty good. Just the organization and weather killed it for me.