We have seen the growing popularity of pop up bars around the city, now we will get the opportunity to see the little pop up circus tent! The Little Palais will open its door for a huge 8 day and night extravaganza of some of the best free family friendly entertainment to be found in Adelaide. The pop up circus tent by Bamboozled Productions will be one of the 6 art events chosen from 70 applicants to pop up unexpectedly around Adelaide as part of the South Australian Government Unexpected City Project.
The Little Palais’ list of entertainers includes:
Catch Daphne direct from Circus Oz in her hit show All You Need is Love. A comedy which incorporates death-defying acrobatics and multiple hula hoops, but most importantly tells a story of love. Daphne uses the audience to tell a story that unravels with loads of unexpected twists and surprises that build to a huge climatic celebration.
Legendary Adelaidian Mr Spin will delight with his 15 minute show of high octane silliness in an act that will have you lose sight of the pure skill behind 2 metal baseball bats spinning like propellers on his hands.
Legendary Adelaidian Mr Spin will delight with his 15 minute show of high octane silliness – it will have you lose sight of the pure skill behind 2 metal baseball bats spinning like propellers on his hands.
Direct from the UK, Pandora balances, juggles and manipulates up to 20 pink boxes all while dancing to Rock n Roll music. A show that is truly engaging, hilarious and utterly absurd.
Students from South Australia’s own pre-eminent circus training centre will form a group of exceptionally talented artists to commission a show just for The Little Palais.
For more information and full program visit the Bamboozled Productions website here.
What: The Little Palais
When: 28 September – 5 October 2013 | Daily – 11am-3pm & 6-9pm
Where: Hindmarsh Square | Adelaide
Who: Family Friendly
Information and images provided by Bamboozled Productions.
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