WIN ... tickets to see the Shaolin Warriors

South Western Times

The Shaolin Warriors might all be kung fu fighting in Bunbury on Wednesday night, but they assure the audience it won't be frightening.

Punching, kicking and tumbling in a spectacular and dynamic production, the legendary Chinese martial artists will invade the stage at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre.

Featuring rarely seen Buddhist meditation alongside deadly martial-arts prowess, the extravaganza stars 22 kung fu masters and follows the journey from a young child's initiation into the monastery, to achieving fully fledged warrior status.

Shaolin Warriors spokesman Han Wenqiao said the show offered an rich cultural experience, not to mention audience participation.

``People can see a spectacular kung fu demonstration onstage _ we have segments for teaching the audience kung fu,'' he said.

``I'm pretty sure we won't scare any children.''

Over 11 years, the show has had audiences around the world from New Zealand to Switzerland gasping in disbelief at the awe-inspiring demonstrations of hypnotic and death-defying feats.

From the unmatched ensemble synchronization to the proficiency in the disciplined use of 18 traditional weapons, audiences will be amazed by warriors as young as 11 years old.

Supported by stunning scenery and atmospheric music, Shaolin Warriors is a story of traditional strength through adversity.

The Shaolin Warriors will take to the stage at 7.30pm.

Exclusive to our Facebook friends, we have three double passes to give away. Simply email submissions@swtimes.com.au with "pick me please" in the subject line to go into the draw to win. You can pick them up from the Entertainment Centre.

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