I mean not the marionette group ( which I did not see ) I mean the adorable Fake Clock Tower that stands near the theater. At noon you may see an angel that marks the hour . The tower that reminds me the ancient astrological...More
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Good fun, if a little kitsch - glad we didn't go out of our way to find it! Loads to do in this area though.
We took the ticket for afternoon and that show was very artistic and the best part of show was english translation on a board.there is has very good decoration and next to theater is a very very nice clock tower which every hour ringing.i highly...More
Just behind our hotel in Tbilisi was the Marionette Theatre which friends of ours had gotten tickets to ahead of time (good thing because they apparently sell out fast). We saw the “Autumn of my Springtime” and were amazed at the production, you can see...More
Founded in 1981, it became the first Georgian puppet theater. The building is decorated with a magnificent clock tower which features a performance of figurines everyday at 12:00. Address: 13 Shavteli Street
The performance is given in the Georgian language with English translation on an electronic board above the stage. Earphones are offered, so I am guessing that translations to other languages are available. I had just arrived in Tbilisi and went out for a walk to...More