The Art House presents
Aurora by Circus Oz
4 Apr - 5 Apr 2020 Showing at The Art House Theatre
This show has been cancelled. All patrons will be contacted directly over the coming days to obtain a refund. Please be patient as our Box Office staff contacts each booking.
The Art House Presents
by Circus Oz
The ice caps are melting and all Polar Bear wants to do is get home and have fresh penguin for lunch! Will she make it in time? Will you be able to stop her from eating one of those cute penguins?
Fun for the whole family, Aurora is the latest creation by Circus Oz, featuring a host of silly and lovable arctic characters all performing spectacular
acrobatic feats and hilarious physical comedy that will leave you gasping and laughing with delight.
You’ll love the adorable antics of the troupe of silly penguins as they ice-slide and fly high through the air. Journey with Polar Bear as she sings, foot-juggles
and climbs her way to impossible heights. Watch in awe as an acrobat head-balances precariously upside down, suspended over an ominous vat of toxic
With original live music from the Circus Oz band, Aurora will have you chair-dancing and bopping along for all 70 minutes of live action-packed entertainment.
Aurora is your gateway to a wintry wonderland of stunning visual artistry, jaw-dropping acrobatics and a story of hope for humanity …and polar bears
Let your spirit soar with Circus Oz and Aurora.
Circus Oz School show is on Monday 6 April at 11am. Please call the box office on 4335 1485 to book, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a booking form.
“amazing physical feats abound.”
“high-energy, non-stop entertainment”
– Limelight ****
“I was blown away!”
“a show the entire family can enjoy.”
“Don’t miss this chance to celebrate the big top with Circus Oz again.”
“Everyone will leave Aurora with a huge smile on their face”
– What Did She Think *****
“we just love it”
“the perfect school holiday entertainment for all ages”
– Tot: Hot or Not
“Aurora is solid, kid-friendly holiday entertainment.”
“extraordinary acts… with audible gasps from the audience”
“an enjoyable romp for all of its spectators.”
– Theatre Press
“The musicians, Jeremy Hopkins and Selene Messinis, are fabulous”
“A bouncy, buoyant reiteration of the company’s manifesto.”
– Time Out ***