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The Carnival of Lost Souls at The Space Theatre - Review

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by Stacey Canavan (subscribe)
I'm a 29 year old female Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Journalism at The University of South Australia in 2013 & completed my Diploma in Photography
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Platonic Music presents 'Carnival of Lost Souls' at The Space Theatre from Friday 10th November until Saturday 11th November at 8:30pm. This show is a cocktail of circus and musical theatre. The Carnival of Lost Souls tells the tragic tale of unrequited love and loss set during a gothic Victorian circus where the line between life and death is blurred.

The show is filled with heartfelt emotion and pulls on your heart strings at times. Its pure artistry at its best and honours the idea of true love. The underlying tale of desire and betrayal plays out before the audience's eyes. The show is tied together with breathtaking costumes that are Victorian gothic and steampunk inspired.

Brig Bee
It features all the aspects of a good circus with acrobats, jugglers, aerial, burlesque, carnival magicians, but pushes the boundaries of human perception with mystical mind trickery and a fortune teller who may tell you something your not ready for.

Starring Simon P Storey (The Ringmaster), Aurora Kurth (The Fortune Teller), Anthony Craig (The Clown), Hannah Trott (Aerialist), Shannon McGuran (The Strongman), Farhad Ahadi (The Persian), Caz Walsh (The Muse), Circus Trick Tease (The Acrobats), Richard Vegas (The Conjurer), Julia Madotti (The Illusionist), Madotti & Vegas (The Magicians) and This Side Up (The Carnies).

Len Panecki
Featuring songs "Red Letter Day", "To Be With You", "Beautiful Circles", "All Good Things", "Surrender", "We Are One", "Drowning by Numbers", "The Slow Burn", "Face Down", "Wasted & Useless", "An Egg to Hold in Your Hand", "Spent" and "Blue Murder"

This circus is pure beauty and raw emotion on the line in every scene. It amazes and has guests gasping at how it can be done. It's a unique story that leaves you appreciating the people you have in your life. Each act is accompanied by incredible singers and backed with the emotional score by Platonic.

Len Panecki
Don't miss your chance to see 'Carnival of Lost Souls' at The Space Theatre - Adelaide Festival Centre from November 10th - 11th. A show of raw emotional, spectacular artistry and power of connection 5/5 Stars - a must see show.

Dates:
Saturday November 11th at 8:30pm

Cost:
A Reserve Adult $90.00
Groups 10 (per ticket) $80.00
B Reserve Adult $75.00
Groups 10 (per ticket) $65.00
C Reserve Adult $65.00

Tickets are available at: https://www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/
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Why? Circus
When: 11th November 2017
Where: The Space Theatre
Cost: $65 - $90
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