You may have noticed that here at Chickens and Bees we are quite partial to a night out at the circus. Well, we are VERY excited about this circus! It has elephants! Well, kind of. It has puppet elephants! So all of the fun, without any of the cruelty that comes from having animals in a circus. And the best bit? We've got tickets to give away to the Melbourne show! Read on to find out how you can win!
In a world premiere event, the producers of the biggest selling magic show in the world (The Illusionists) have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers of War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular with all the thrill and daredevil entertainment one would expect from the circus, with an exciting new twist.
Boasting a huge cast of the most unique, amazing and dangerous acts from all four cornersof the globe, from strong men to contortionists, acrobats to musicians, knife throwers, high wire and much more, CIRCUS 1903 –The Golden Age of Circus, promises to take
audiences of all ages to the mesmerising golden age of circus.
Thanks to sensational puppetry on a never seen before scale, CIRCUS 1903 –The GoldenAge of Circus puts Elephants back in the ring by introducing the largest ever performing
African elephant and her baby to international stages.
CIRCUS 1903 –The Golden Age of Circus brings together the very best traditional circusperformers from all around the world. Acts will include – a cycle artist from Germany;
juggling from France; rola bola from Russia; hand to hand acrobatics from the Ukraine; an
High wire act from Mexico; and a knife thrower from Brazil.
The award-winning team of puppeteers and model makers who created the National
Theatre’s War Horse will design, build and bring to life two stunningly beautiful elephants for CIRCUS 1903 –The Golden Age of Circus. These puppets feature groundbreaking
advances in design and expression - the giant mother and her calf will feature throughout
the show as the mother teachers her baby to perform in the circus.
Circus 1903 is playing in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne this Summer and tickets start from just $50! All the info about dates and prices and times and venues can be found here:
The good people at Cavanagh PR will be sending me along to see the Circus 1903 and have also given me a double pass valued at $203 for the performance at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne on Tuesday 3rd January at 7pm to give away to a reader of Chickens and Bees!
Just fill out this form and you'll be in the running. Entries close at 6pm AESST on Saturday December 3rd.
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Don't forget that all the info you need to see the circus for yourself can be found at their website!