Keep in mind it's a historic building and a historic show, and you won't be disappointed.
It's not Cirque de Soleil, or Moira Orfei, but a peek into shows that were held hundred or so years ago when it was opened (well, minus the act on motorbikes).
In my opinion, the young ones will enjoy it the most, but I'm not sorry to have seen it.
You can see tigers and a lion, and many dogs and cats, you can take a photo with a monkey or a snake.
I particularly liked the dancing horse.
We arrived a little late, and we bought the cheapest tickets (5 lats), but were sitted in good seats, as the show was not sold out, so it is also a plus ;)
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