5 May 2014
Al Qasba, the premier tourist, leisure and family destination in the emirate of Sharjah, recently hosted the opening show of the Latino Circus. Being held for the first time in Sharjah, Latino Circus includes an array of exhilarating acrobatic performances and delightful shows performed by an elite group of artists and professional performers. Two shows are scheduled everyday at 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. till Saturday 24th of May.
The opening show attracted a large turnout of spectators who cheered the acrobatic and comedic performances. The opening night’s acts included tight rope artists, the rubber man who squeezes himself into a small boxes and tubes, wild animals, extreme stunts, trapeze artists, trampolining, acrobats and many other exciting shows that wowed the young and old at Al Qasba.
Latino Circus, which is being organised in collaboration with “Eventoh Exhibition Management”, features 40 internationally acclaimed artists and performers with exceptional skills and agility that help them perform such difficult and sensational acts. The circus includes an extensive array of performances, charming acrobatic dances and exciting shows, that promise to deliver a show to remember for visitors.
Tickets for the circus are available at the circus site and at Information Desks at Al Qasba and Al Majaz Waterfront in four categories, including Diamond (AED200), Gold (AED150), Silver (AED100), and Bronze (AED75). Each show will last for two hours.
Al Qasba is one of the most prominent cultural, leisure, and tourist destinations in Sharjah and the region that offers a range of activities that caters to all members of the family.
Al Qasba boasts a range of state-of-the-art facilities and tourist attractions including, among others, various restaurants cafes and world-class facilities, such as Masrah Al Qasba-Theatre which accommodates 250 spectators, the Multaqa Al Qasba-Conference and Meeting Halls, Al Qasba Business Centre, Kids Fun Zone, Al Qasba Musical Fountain, Eye of the Emirates Ferris wheel, and Maraya Art Centre.