The actual sound and light show giving a summary of the history of Tunisia was enjoyable. It does, however, need a little bit of patience as every sentence is repeated in 4 languages. One is also sitting on concrete for the duration, though the grass mats provided to sit on helps a little.
I would have preferred to pay half the price and skipped out on the pre-show antics which took up most of the time and were not so interesting. There was supposedly traditional dancing and music, a farm yard, a mule with a blinded eye drawing water from a well, bread baking, snake charming, etc. The horse and rider performance was a little more entertaining.
Dinner was worse than a school canteen. Hundreds of people crammed into rooms with rows and rows of tables. Waiters promised 3 times to bring me a drink and never did. To get an additional bottle of water for the table also took 3 waiters. Soup provided was sufficient for about half the number of people at the table. The couscous was average and dessert a few grapes and dates. Dinner entertainment was a strange mix of dancing, fashion show and a man balancing things on his head who had a propensity for touching women's breasts and bottoms.
If you have visited tourist villages in other Arab countries, then the pre-show entertainment will be fairly boring as many places have similar village scenes for tourists to see without paying entrance fees.
If you are looking for something to do to while away some hours, then see the show. Hopefully at some point the organisers will make provision to watch it without having to pay for the dinner, etc
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