Photos and video: “Tell Me a Fairy Tale” by Riga Circus School students


Here are some highlights from the “Tell Me A Fairy Tale” show, performed by students of the Riga Circus School. Nearly 50 talented young artists took part in this enchanting performance. Learn more about the show and the creative team: HERE   Foto: Mārtiņš Kreicbergs     

“En attendant le grand soir” by LE DOUX SUPPLICE


It’s an ode to the ball, an introduction to the party, where gradually, unknowingly, through the simple pleasure of being together, we become part of them, drawn into this collective adventure: the gentle giddiness of dance. When: October 10, 11 and 12, 7PM Where: Rīgas Cirks (Merķeļa street 4) Suggested age: 5+ Duration of the show:…

La Nuit du Cirque: “Pachamamo” by Cronopio the clown (family show)


A lighthearted show about a clumsy traveler. When: November 17, 7PM Where: Rīgas cirks (4, Merķeļa street, Riga) Suggested age: 0+ (tickets needed from the age of 3) Duration of the show: 45 min About the show “Pachamamo” Pachamama is an ancient goddess for the Latin American indigenous people. She is the “Mother Earth”, the…

Re Riga! festival: “SMALLER THAN THREE” work-in-progress by Recover Laboratory (free)


Here the freedom is yours When: August 15, 8PM Where: Rīgas cirks Suggested age: no age restrictions Duration of the show: 15min (work-in-progress) Free entrance (free tickets needed) About the show “<3” (“SMALLER THAN THREE”) is a work-in-progress show that includes unconventional hula hoop manipulation such as odd-shaped hoops, open ended hula hoops and plastic…

Re Riga! festival: “Arrival” by Adrian Schvarzstein and Jūratė Sirvytė-Rukstelė (free)


Past echoes, present wonders: A journey like no other When: August 18, 8PM, August 19, 4PM and 8PM Where: Vērmanes Garden Duration: 40 min No age restriction Free entrance, no tickets needed About the show “Arrival” “Arrival” is a street performance with blissful time travelers. They came from the not-so-distant past and therefore see the…