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CLOWN & CATS
3-8 MARCH 2020
We are engaged in resale and are not suppliers of tickets.
Ticket price may be higher than face value (supplier price).
Ticket Prices: Adult VIP Fr. 100.-/ Range.1 Fr. 79.–/ Range 2 Fr. 59.—
Children up 10 years followed by adult:
VIP Fr. 80.-/ Range.1 Fr. 49.–/ Range 2 Fr. 29.—
VIP Ticket includes best position and show gadget.
10% discount for groups up 10 people.
THE CATS THEATER directed by Juri and Dmitriy Kuklachev is the only one in the world theatre with trained cats!
“You can try to do almost everything with your cats, but in the event of violence or pressure the cat will never forgive you and have put your trust in it …”
In its 40 minute performance each you will see more than 30 cats and two dogs. Discover this show – the only one in the world of the Trained Cats Theater that was born in Moscow in the 1970s. Cats are not the only protagonists of the show, they are driven by clowns and do amazing things thanks to the contact with a man who knew win Him.
After many international tours by Dimitri Kucklachev with his cats theater, his says is always the same: “You can try to do almost everything with your cats, but in case of violence or pressure the cat will not be able to never forgive and trust you have put into play ….
In 2015 the Kuklachev Theater will celebrate its 25th anniversary and will host 200 cats – all of them are the hairy artists of 38 breeds.
“Cats are mystical creatures,” says Dmitry Kuklachev. The uniqueness of the Cats Theater trained in the world confirms that as they feel real artists in the foreground, instead actors act as intermediaries between the public and the animals.