The first part of the shows demonstrates development of circus from the first half of the twentieth century up to year 1989, which meant a really radical turning point for many of the creative team members. Fall of the Iron Curtain means at the same time a linkage between the Cirk La Putyka and prestigious cabaret Chamäleon, for which in fact, the performance was planned.
Second part of a play was inspired by life stories of eight protagonists. Someone finished professional circus school in Canada, someone in Sweden and someone didn’t study at all; becoming however professional artists step by step, with each passing year. Some of the artist travelled the whole world, gaining experience at various scenes, enjoyed some great tours and worked their way through to the original creative handwriting.
A Wild Surrealistic Party Starts!
Note: The auditorium will be set up unconventionally, as a cabaret-café. We shall serve food and drinks during the show and we therefore encourage you to come in time so you can make your orders, eat your treats and drink your drinks in a stress-free ambiance. These are our opening hours: Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to midnight, Saturday from 9 a.m. to midnight. On Sundays, we open 90 minutes before the start of the show, provided there is one.
You can chose among three categories of tickets:
The Golden Ticket (650 CZK): you will be seated on stage at a table with four chairs and served all through the night.
The Silver Ticket (590 CZK): you will be seated in the auditorium at a table with five chairs and served all through the night.
The Bronze Ticket (390 CZK): you will be seated in the upper part of the auditorium at a chair and served before the show and during intermission.
Single prize for ZTP / accompaniment (severe health disability): CZK 350 (only table No. 24)
No other reductions apply to the show.