Cirque du Soleil – Kooza
Superhuman feats of strength, agility and flexibility inspired by the circus’ most beloved character – the clown.
By Benjamen Judd
For more than 30 years, Cirque du Soleil has been delighting audiences all over the world with their unique brand of visual story telling. Part dance, part acrobatics and all art, each and every production is bigger than the last.
Which brings us to Kooza, the latest fantasy to come from the Canadian company now showing under the famous blue-and-yellow Big Top at the Entertainment Quarter until November 6.
With Kooza, Cirque du Soleil pays homage to circus’s most iconic and enduring figures – the clown.
Combining acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power, the Innocent's journey brings him into contact with comic characters from an electrifying world full of surprises, thrills, audacity and total involvement.
A truly magnificent experience and located on minutes away by car from the hotel, guests would be mad to miss this colourful production.
The international cast of includes more than 50 acrobats, musicians, singers and actors all taking part in a non-stop series of heart-stopping feats and laugh out-loud antics set a live soundtrack fusion of jazz, funk and Bollywood beats.
Ask our friendly front desk team to set you up with some decent seats and treat yourself to a night of colour and fantasy.
Cirque du Soleil: Kooza is now showing under the Big Top at the Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park until November 6.
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