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Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam coming to Canberra

By zexner 29 July 2015 2

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Cirque du Soleil is coming to Canberra with a spectacular entertainment event this summer.

Since premiering under the big top in Montreal in 1996, Quidam has captivated millions of people across five continents. Now Quidam has embarked on a new journey, with the same spell-binding production being performed in arenas around the world.

Young Zoé is bored. Her parents ignore her. Hidden in the crowd of today’s modern society, her life has lost all meaning. Seeking to fill the void, Zoé slides into an imaginary world, the world of Quidam, where she meets a host of curious characters who encourage her to finally free her soul.

The international cast features 46 acrobats, musicians, singers and actors who present a showcase of spectacular aerial feats, astonishing human agility, and heart-warming emotion.

“… beyond circus, beyond theatre… makes the incredible visible.”
Time Magazine

“Quidam is simply Cirque du Soleil at its most astounding… dreamlike… brilliant.”
Boston Herald

“Intense, beautiful and awe-inspiring.”
West End Extra, London

“The scale is epic. The performers are precise and hugely talented.”
The Independent, UK

 “What they do is nothing short of breathtaking.”
OK! Magazine

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Quidam, by Cirque du Soleil
When: 11-20 December 2015
Where: 
AIS Arena, Leverrier Crescent Bruce
Tickets: $75 to $165 with discounts for children under 12 and groups of 12 or more
More info and ticketswww.cirquedusoleil.com/quidam or www.ticketek.com.au


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zllauh 11:54 am 30 Jul 15

Wow !

Tickets: $75 to $165

John Moulis 1:20 pm 29 Jul 15

Let’s hope there are no females claiming that cast members raped them, and no petty bureaucrats bringing on “environmental charges” after this performance. It took almost ten years to persuade Cirque to come back to Canberra, lets hope morons and idiots don’t wreck things again this time.

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