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I saw “ Ramona” the story of a train. It was so touching and filled with true Georgian kindness, the one from your childhood... it was amazing. I recommend it to adults and would suggest getting seats in the first row if possible!
This theater is very popular in the city, and not only among children and teenagers, but also among adults. The founder of the Puppet Theater is Rezo Gabriadze, a world-famous artist, writer, theater and film director and puppeteer. Rezo Gabriadze's puppet theater belongs to those...More
We had hoped to visit the Theatre itself to see a production but there were not any on during our visit. The clock outside the theatre, however, provides a visual display at 12 noon and again at 7pm. It does chime every hour as an...More
This impressive building features a variety of architectural styles and creates a look that seems to have been taken from fairy tales. In 2010, a tall clock tower was erected next to Razo Gavriadz's puppet theater, which rises to a height of four stories. Every...More
The leaning Clock Tower of renowned puppeteer Rezo Gabriadze’s theatre entirely embodies Tbilisi’s Old Town, despite being only seven years old. It’s dishevelled, irregular, distinctive and just a little bit magnificent.
The clock tower is easily recognizable and where you can find a puppet show at noon every day. There is a cafe right next to the tower to have a drink or snack. Look ahead of time online for tickets to the evening shows which...More
The Gabriadze Marionette Theater is located in Shavteli Street in Tbilisi, which is also part of the Old City. Shavteli is another fascinating street worth exploring. There are cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. One can also see the historic Sioni Cathedral while wandering through this...More
You will pass by this little cool clock tower while walking in the streets of the old Tbilisi (just take a look at the map and you'll find it). It's a small tower clock with beautiful design and nice architecture.
While there, it's worth to...More