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Cirque Du Soleil - Totem

Cirque Du Soleil returns to Australia with an exciting new show entitled Totem. Cirque Du Soleil Totem will be touring around Australia, at various locations, from October 2014 until August 2015. These wonderful, unique shows are performed under the big-top featuring acrobats, dancers, high wire acts, flying trapeze artists, lots of music and dance and much, much more.

Inspired by many founding myths, Totem traces the fascinating journey of the human species. Starting with its original amphibian state, right up to its ultimate desire to fly, the wonderful characters on stage evolve right in front of your eyes, evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many ancient civilizations.

Each Cirque Du Soleil show runs for about two hours and ten minutes with a twenty-five minute intermission. There will be food, drinks and Cirque Du Soleil merchandise available for purchase on the night.

These exciting shows are great family entertainment and cater to all ages.

Started in 1984, the Cirque Du Soleil is a Quebec based company that is renowned for high quality entertainment. There are approximately twenty differently shows touring the world at any one time with over thirteen hundred talented performers. These unique shows are exciting, amazing, breathtaking and full of beauty and colour.

Ticket prices may vary depending on the choice of venue, performance or seating. There are VIP Packages available as well as some concession or student priced tickets. Tickets can be booked through the Cirque Du Soleil - Totem website.

For further information about this event including show times, prices and bookings, visit the Cirque Du Soleil - Totem website.

Show Dates and Venues


Tuesday 28th October, 2014 to Sunday 30th November, 2014
Under the Big Top on The Showring at the Entertainment Quarter


Wednesday 21st January, 2015 to Sunday 15th February, 2015
Flemington Racecourse


Friday 10th April, 2015 to Sunday 26th April, 2015
Under the Big Top at the Northshore Hamilton


Thursday 11th June, 2015 to Sunday 5th July, 2015
The Plateau in Tampawardli (Park 24)


Friday 31st July, 2015 to Sunday 16th August, 2015
Belmont Racecourse

Ticket Prices

Level 3 Adult - $99.00, Child - $79.00, Concession - $89.00

Level 2 Adult - $119.00, Child - $99.00, Concession - $109.00

Level 1 Adult - $140.00, Child - $120.00, Concession - $130.00

Premium Adult - $175.00, Child - $155.00, Concession - $165.00

Front Row Adult - $235.00, Child - $215.00, Concession - $235.00

VIP Experience Adult - $345.00, Child - $325.00

Image Courtesy of the Cirque Du Soleil website

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Why? Amazing Entertainment For All Ages
When: Between October 2014 and August 2015
Where: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth
Cost: Ticket Prices Vary
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After a awe inspiring show I saw a few years ago, I dug deep into my wallet to take my whole family to see Totem from premium seats.
What a punch in the guts!!!!! 15 minutes late, then 30, and the audience starts its own show of dynamic clapping and stomping of feet -an upset crowd is not good. Cautious voice comes on - the show will start shortly,clunk goes the speaker. 10minutes more and the crowd performs again with passion,a screech of speakers and...... the show will commence in approx. 20minutes. A chorus of boo-ing and many rise to their feet d walk - to a hopeful refund window. Nope. Others decide to drink their frustration down with a $15 beer or complain - this is the matinee of4.30, now 5.30. With more spacious seating the show starts and the stars of performance put their superior bodies on the line with amazement and respect. But he show is thin between acts,not as before, and key acts seem alone without dazzle of 'extras' and their entertaining subplots.Still the focus is drawn to the actors performance. Still thin was the comedy acts, not rushed,more fiddling to fill in time which became explained now as i review the show to see major acts missing. I am a fan of C.du.S..... with a 'can do no wrong' view of them. Perhaps that is why I have an empty feeling in my gut today. Glimpses of past glory repeaTed but a financially struggling troupe all up a bit too thinned out. Many beautiful courageous acts.
by basin (score: 0|2) 1431 days ago
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