Kazakh State Circus
Interesting places of Almaty
Watch a performance at the Almaty Circus
Kazakh State Circus is a stationary circus located in the large Kazakh city of Almaty. The circus was founded in 1970 by graduates of the State School of Circus, Variety and Art in Moscow and the school in Almaty. The circus gave its first performance on June 24, 1970 in Samara, Russia. Further performances followed in the Soviet Union, Mongolia and Czechoslovakia.
Circus Almaty – how to get there
The circus in Almaty is located on Abaya Street next to the central stadium and opposite the Auyezov Theater, there is also a recreation and entertainment park nearby. GPS coordinates of the circus in Almaty: 43°14'20"N 76°55'2"E
Circus in Almaty – information
The circus building was built in 1972. In January 2003, the circus was closed for a year due to the need to repair the building. Since May 2010, dolphins have been featured in the program of circus shows. The building was built according to the project of architects V.S. Kazev and V. Slonov, it accommodates 2,160 spectators. The first performance in the Almaty Circus took place on June 10, 1972.
Circus in Almaty