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The Little Palais - Pop-up Mini Circus Tent

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Published August 27th 2013
As the song goes; the best things in life are free and it's safe to say that this applies to upcoming 'The Little Palais' pop-up mini circus by Bamboozled Productions.

The Palais Pop-Up Mini Circus
Source: Bamboozled Productions

Adelaide is no stranger to the trending 'Pop-up' attractions and we can thank the SA Government Unexpected City project for picking 'The Little Palais' as one of six art events to appear throughout the city. From the 28th of September we can expect to see free entertainment in the way of a mini circus.

Lasting eight days, from the 28th of September until the 5th of October, we can catch Daphne from Circus Oz in where she will combine her death defying acrobatics with hula hooping tricks to weave us a tale of Love. With its twists, turns and many surprises you will get the chance to watch in awe her comedy "All you need is love".

Expect to see the unexpected from Daphne alongside Adelaide's legendary Mr. Spin with his phenomenal and breathtaking fifteen minute performance. Our home-grown comedic genius will entertain you with his high octane silliness and win you over with his charming, energetic presence. It is said that his performance is so enthralling that you may mistake his two metal baseball bats for propellers.

Mr Spin
Source: Bamboozled Productions

Accompanying Daphne and Mr. Spin is the UK's 'Pandora Pink' or Louise Clarke. Presenting 'Pandora Boxes', this rock n' roll princess delivers a hysterical masterpiece of comedy which includes WC field, Elvis Presley and all things pink. Her performance is an artful clownesque cigar-box, sassy hat routine to 'Blue Suede Shoes' and 'Hard Headed Women'. She engages with her audience, drawing in volunteers. The show culminates with a ridiculously funny climactic ending.

Pandora Pink/Louise Clarke
Source: Bamboozled Productions

Last but certainly not least is a group of brilliant artists from Cirkidz, one of South Australia's pre-eminent circus training centers. Showcasing their talent in an exciting show that has been especially commissioned for 'The Little Palais', all four acts are a rare and must see opportunity.

Make sure you leave some time free within the specified dates to head down to Hindmarsh Square and see this fantastic circus as it's sure to leave you spreading the word.
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Why? Its dazzling free fun for the entire family
Where: Hindmarsh Square
Cost: FREE
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