Cavalia, the travelling equestrian theatre production, has added 11 more performances in Dubai, which will go on until April 16.

A handout photo of trick riding at Cavalia (Courtesy: Dubai World Trade Center)
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Cavalla, the equestrian theatre production, is here to stay a bit longer. The Canadian-based company that has travelled the world with its 50-horse show since 1996, debuted a revamped version with new routines, projections and costumes at Dubai World Trade Centre on March 20.

Organisers said the show has added 11 more performances and will go on until April 16, allowing audiences from the UAE and other GCC countries to catch the show during the school holidays.

Cavalla put up it’s first show for the UAE during the Qasr Al Hosn Festival from February 22 to March 1. It was specifically created for the festival.

Directors have altered their 90-minute show to incorporate more acrobatic stunts for the version that premièred in Dubai, Additional acts include the horses galloping through water bridgeless and jumping over obstacles.