You’ve got only tonight and tomorrow night to get to the Sydney Opera House to see the best circus-dance-music EVER! The world-renowned Vietnamese Circus is in town and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
Without the glitz and flashy costumes of Cirque du Soleil, it is a refreshing performance with the precision, imagination and joyfulness that is rare to the Sydney scene.
The Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam has performed at the Perth Festival to fabulous reviews. It has been acclaimed around the world.
Olivia Anseel, head of SOH Contemporary Performance says “Prepare to witness a unique physical theatre and circus production, a dynamic and humorous spectacle full of joy and theatrical brilliance”.
There should be another word for this show. It’s more than ‘circus’. It’s more an live music, acrobatics, beat boxing and story-telling. It’s a visual feast with subtleties that embed in the heart, embrace the brain and beguile the spirit.
Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam received standing ovations last night. Get yourself there tonight or tomorrow night (June 14 and 15) or miss out on something special. Family friendly. Tickets from $39.
The joyous , playful and athletic À Ố Làng Phố is a truly entertaining and absorbing show. From the dramatic and sparsely lit opening to the extravagant dancing and singing finale this show is constantly entertaining.
As we entered the Joan Sutherland Theatre at the Sydney Opera House we saw on stage a collection of upturned Vietnamese circular woven boats and heard the sound of the sea. These picturesque boats are found along the coast of Vietnam and produce fond memories for visitors and locals. This was a promising introduction and the subsequent performance lived up to expectations. Continue reading À Ố Làng Phố @ THE JOAN SUTHERLAND THEATRE→
Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam performs À Ố Làng Phố at the Sydney Opera House June 12 to 15 and promises to be a mesmerising mix of circus, acrobatics, eclectic music, contemporary dance, and theatrical visual art. Reviews from around the world praise the circus. A dazzling array of aerial work, contortion and juggling; a spectacular blend of genres fusing physical theatre, dance and live music; a soundscape of traditional Vietnamese instruments mixed with hip-hop beats. Continue reading THE REMARKABLE NOUVEAU CIRQUE DU VIETNAM→
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