Circus 1903 to bring jaw-dropping entertainment to Melbourne this summer

by | Sep 7, 2023

The award-winning team behind The Illusionists and international sensation War Horse invite audiences to witness the Golden Age of circus with their mesmerising, Circus 1903 at Arts Centre Melbourne’s State Theatre from 4 – 14 January 2024. Alongside the spectacular stunts and death-defying acts, the show features majestic elephants which are brought to life by breath-taking puppetry.

Circus 1903 brings together remarkable talents from every corner of the globe, from daredevil acrobats to mind-boggling contortionists, the captivating Russian Swing to the breath-taking aerial acts, Circus 1903 will surprise and delight audiences of all ages.

Debuting at the Sydney Opera House and visiting Melbourne’s Regent Theatre in 2016, Circus 1903 – with its new lineup – has captured the imagination of audiences around the world, including seasons in Los Angeles, New York, a Las Vegas residency and four sell out seasons in London.

Created, produced and presented by Tim Lawson and The Works Entertainment, Circus 1903 is one of many blockbuster shows that have toured to over 450 cities through 45 countries, including Le Grand Cirque, Le Noir, Cirque Adrenaline and The Illusionists.

Ahead of Circus 1903’s season at Arts Centre Melbourne, the show will travel to the Sydney Opera House in December 2023.

Early bird tickets are on sale now until midnight 10 December or until sold out.

January 4 – 14

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