Masha and the Bear – Live Show in Lima

Date: Saturday, 10 November 2018 - Sunday, 11 November 2018

Masha and the Bear, the popular children’s series created by the Russian Oleg Kzovkov in the 1990’s that today is a YouTube and Netflix hit, return to Lima with a new adventure in November as part of their 2018 tour through Latin America.

Masha, a smart, resourceful and mischievous little whirlwind that lives with her dog, goat and pig in the forest where she gets in a lot of trouble, and the fatherly Bear that regularly saves her from disaster will be live on stage with all their friends in Lima.

In their newest adventure “Rescue in the circus” a new character, Igor, a supposed star hunter, is looking for new talents for his circus and interested in Bear! After tears and hugs, Bear leaves for a new world of adventures and applause. But things are not what they seem, and Masha and her friends will need your help to save Bear from Igor's true plans!

A great live show with lots of singing and dancing, beautiful decorations and a lovely storyline for children and families.

Venue / Location:
Auditorio del Colegio San Agustín
Av. Javier Prado Este 980, San Isidro, Lima
are available at Teleticket in Wong and Metro supermarkets or at Teleticket online
S/ 40 - S/ 209


All Dates

  • From Saturday, 10 November 2018 to Sunday, 11 November 2018
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