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Make believe stone theatre with masses of plastic seats
It’s a strange show with no commentary at all so a bit confusing on what’s happening
The stage and set is massive so people look small but give them their due they dance their socks off...More
We had been lucky enough to see a sample of the show at a hotel in antalya a couple of years back. And the full show is really well worth going to. For our money the review that complained about the arena has it wrong....More
We saw this show on a recent trip to Turkey. The show was fabulous, very professional and lots of high energy performances. It is like the Turkish version of Riverdance and I would certainly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good West End show....More
We attended the show on recommendation but unfortunately I do feel it has issues which are a shame as the quality of the dancing is absolutely superb. Firstly the show takes place in a theatre kitted out with uncomfortable plastic seats where everyone is crammed...More
as a world traveler and a lover of circa du Soleil I barely get excited for any shows. but man this was one a kind of magic that I had never seen before. I absolutely loved everything about it. they told the story of their...More
A variety of dancers showcasing the dances of different region in Turkey. Really loved it and loved the energetic Horon dance. Its a must see if you want to understand and get an insight on Turkish history, culture and traditions.
Superb dance troop in a very poor stadium with plastic uncomfortable seats also take warm clothing as it can get cold, we went with Maxwells tours which are a shambles the pick up coach arrived 30 minutes late ,no English speaking reps either on the...More
Amazing modern dance and ballet performances! Excellent dancers! I experienced some of the amazing Fire of Anatolia dance show performances (or Anadolu Ateşi) a Turkish dance and ballet team that features some 120 excellent dancers. As far as I know Fire of Anatolia performed in...More