Circus all the way from Down Under Circus

2016-04-06 06:00

BLOEMFONTEIN is on the nationwide tour route for Aussie: The Australian Circus Spectacular when it comes to South Africa in 2016.

The show will venture to the Windmill Casino in Bloemfontein where the talented, daring and slightly wild performers will dazzle local audiences with unbelievable feats in June.

Aussie: The Australian Circus Spectacular is a modern and exclusively human, feel-good circus spectacular that blends stunning cirque-style acrobatics, hilarious slapstick antics and extreme, high-octane stunts.

The executive producer of the show is Cape Town-born Sebastian Cassie.

This is the first time Aussie: The Australian Circus Spectacular is visiting foreign soil and it promises to leave audiences in awe, with the cast performing unbelievable feats.

Highlights of the show include one of the world’s few surviving human cannonball acts, performed by expert stuntman Luiz Daza, who has literally flown over audiences seven days a week during the sell-out run of the Great Euro Circus in Australia.

Audiences will also marvel at the dizzying Globe of Death act, which features up to five motorbike riders circling a daring dancer with Mad Max-style bravado before the sphere splits in half.

Thrilling freestyle motocross riders then jump the globe beneath the circus’s Big Top to reach gut-wrenching heights.

Between these breathtaking and death-defying stunts, a troupe of talented and equally daring Aussies will perform amazing feats of human endurance, skill and strength.

From the Queen of the Silks, Kiarnna, vaudevillian performer and slapstick comedian Val De Fun, the illusion of the salsa-dancing quick-change act, to the duo pole performance by Edison and Giselle Z, audiences will be mesmerised from start to finish.

Aussie: The Australian Circus Spectacular is world-class family entertainment that will have South Africans on the edge of their seats,” says Leigh-Anne Moss, the regional marketing manager at the Windmill Casino.

Aussie: The Australian Circus Spectacular, produced by the same company responsible for the acclaimed Great Moscow Circus and Great Euro Circus in Australia, will tour South Africa and thrill audiences at Sun International venues across the country.

Tickets are now on sale online at Computicket and in-store at Computicket outlets, Shoprite, Checkers and Checkers Hyper stores.

Tickets for the show at the Windmill Casino in Bloemfontein range from R200 to R400 per person. Children receive a R50 discount, as do groups of ten or more booking together.

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