This was a very unique puppet show, with amazing puppets and puppeteers. Fantastic traditional music played by locals.
Be prepared, nothing is in English, but the stories are somewhat easy to follow.
However, it is very busy, crowded, and the theatre isn’t set up so children can see well. We were in the 8th row from the stage and my kids saw hardly anything.
My recommendation, if you have small children, book wayyyy in advance to get front row seats. Otherwise, it’s almost a waste.
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