Hotel Paradiso

Ticket prices

$0.00 to $30.00

Full Price: $30.00

Child: $22.00

BankSA Cardholder: $23.25

Family: $85.00

Concession: $22.00 to $25.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Schools: $12.50 to $20.50

Prices may not be available on all sessions

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Duration

60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

The Peacock at Gluttony - Rymill Park

Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Corner of East Terrace and Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

G

Family Friendly:

Yes

About this event

Thrillingly spectacular circus skills blend seamlessly with physical comedy, clowning, juggling, theatrical storytelling and slapstick in this colourful, loud and funny show from 'proper old-fashioned contemporary circus company' Lost in Translation Circus.

Meet Madame and the charming staff of the quirkily ineffective Hotel Paradiso. The cast of six highly skilled acrobats, clowns and jugglers tell the story of how the tenants battle to save their home and livelihood. Circus favourites Lost in Translation display a colourful mix of daring circus skills, physical comedy and theatre.

With thrills, gasps, laughs and drama there's plenty for both adults and children to enjoy.

★★★★★ "Easily the best family show at the Fringe!" Theatre Reviews

Presented by:
Lost in Translation Circus & Cluster Arts

Lost in Translation are one of the UK’s leading contemporary circus companies. Their blend of high-level, dynamic circus skills within a character driven theatrical context and their trademark warm humour has audiences howling in appreciation. Their work has been described as ‘proper old fashioned contemporary circus’.
The company creates both indoor and outdoor ensemble-based performances, working with a tight-knit group of performers from Italy, France, Ireland and Australia. The results are accessible, multi-layered performance told through a highly physical language.

‘We have a deep desire to connect people, communities, and cultures, and actively work to engage and develop new audiences through the performance" said Co-Director Massimiliano Rossetti.

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