Cirque du Soleil’s latest production, “Kooza”, is currently wowing Sydney audiences with performances in their famous blue and yellow Big Top, at The Showring in the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park.
The Big Top stands 20 meters high and is 51 meters in diameter. The canvas for the tent and its eleven tunnels weighs approximately 5000 kilograms.
Paying homage to the traditions of circus, with a variety of spectacular acts including death defying acrobatics that make your heart pound, incredible contortionists who twist their bodies into positions that seem impossible as well as a variety of clown characters who have the audience laughing hysterically, especially the kids, this is a show the whole family will enjoy.
Hula hoops and chairs are just two everyday items that the master performers use to take their acts to extreme heights
Cirque du Soleil’s unique music, performed live by their musicians and singers, adds another element of drama to the performance of every act.
The Big Top, which seats approximately 2,600 people, is very comfortable and provides good sight lines from every angle. The evening I went it was extremely cold outside but inside the Big Top was warm as toast.
Make sure you don’t miss seeing “Kooza”.