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Le Grand Cirque

Seen by millions of people around the world, Le Grand Cirque will be the jewel in the crown of QPAC's family entertainment program this coming January.

Having recently broken all box office records in the history of the Sydney Opera House, Le Grand Cirque is a jaw-dropping visual feast of breathtaking group acrobatics and white-knuckle stunts.

With an international company of more than 35 champion acrobats and feature acts from Brazil, Canada, Russia, Mongolia, Europe and China, the performers have been hand picked from around the globe for their amazing abilities and precision skill. The result is a fast-paced, heart-pounding spectacle that will astound you and keep you at the edge of your seats!
 
This spectacular production features solo and group trapeze, contortionists, the magical cloud swing, the Strong Men, the incredible Swan Lake ballerina and the breathtaking Wheel of Death -- one of the most dangerous circus tricks ever attempted, and so much more packed into a 2 hour extravaganza!
 
Extravagant and mesmerising, Le Grand Cirque is a spectacular experience the family will never forget.

Le Grand Cirque
Venue:
Lyric Theatre, QPAC, Brisbane
Dates:  08–24/01/10
Running Time: TBC approx 2 hours
Cost:
$39–$69

Official Site:
www.qpac.com.au or www.legrandcirque.com.au

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