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20° & RAINY ON SATURDAY 4 APRIL IN SYDNEY
By Cordelia Williamson
January 15, 2020
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Cirque Stratosphere

Be transported to another galaxy at this futuristic space circus.
By Cordelia Williamson
January 15, 2020
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Want to escape to another, more fantastic universe? Cirque Stratosphere has taken over the Sydney Opera House's Concert Hall this summer, with flying acrobats, death-defying stunts and futuristic space age vibes.

It's been over 50 years since man landed on the moon, but our fascination with what lies beyond our stratosphere — zero gravity, black holes and UFOs — has not dwindled. And this circus is launching us into a different galaxy altogether.

From the creators of CIRCUS 1903 and The Illusionists: Direct from Broadway, which came to Sydney in 2016 and 2018 respectively, this dazzling show features Olympic-standard acrobats and gymnasts. So, expect some jaw-dropping spectacles.

From hoop dives at great heights to impressive stunts on roller skates, plus hypnotic LED ring rotations and a Wheel of Death, this circus is one that defies Earth's limitations. Throw everything Isaac Newton taught you out the window.

Jordan Munn

And, after sell out performances in December, it's back for another round, with additional shows running from Tuesday, January 14 through to Sunday, January 19.

Cirque Stratosphere is showing every day between January 14–19. For performance times and tickets, head here.

Images: Jordan Munn

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