Prepare to be dazzled, spellbound and possibly a bit splashed by the refreshing SPLASH! – The Water Circus as it heads to SA direct from Russia, opening on 19th August at The Globe at Silverstar Casino.

SPLASH! – The Water Circus is a circus for the modern-age, presenting a variety of all circus genres, but with a unique, visual twist. The traditional acts look completely different as they are presented in – or above – a 12-metre diameter pool of water. Accompanying this is a dazzling lighting and laser show which perfectly displays the impressive body manipulation and contortion feats amongst a series of water fountains.

Onlookers will gasp as they watch traditional aerial circus acts such as the spectacular Silks all take place above water. Added to the already impressive list of circus acts is the Brazilian Espana family performing their daredevil Wheel of Death and The Russian Swing.

In addition to all the circus acts which viewers are accustomed to seeing, the show also has a full team of synchronized swimmers who add to the magic of the performance. Their disciplined and well trained displays are one of the reasons why the show is considered to be so unique.

This circus is totally free of animals and showcases the extreme talent and capabilities of the human body in an action-packed show presented around the custom-built pool ensuring a truly memorable audience experience.

SPLASH! – The Water Circus runs at The Globe at Silverstar Casino from Saturday 19 August – Sunday 17 September.

Performances are Thursdays & Fridays at 20h00, Saturdays at 11h00, 15h00 and 19h00, Sundays at 11h00 and 15h00.

Ticket prices range from R 100 – R 375 and bookings are through Computicket at www.computicket.com or by calling 0861 915 8000.

The show runs 2 hours 10 minutes including a 20-minute interval.

No children under 2 will be allowed into the auditorium and most especially no babes in arms.

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nikki Aug 11, 2017 at 11:28 am

Oh wow this looks incredible i usually dont support the circus but wow the human body is incredible i would love to attend

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