A magical world of a 19th century circus is coming to Melbourne for two weekends in October (19-21 and (26-28) and will be bringing a dizzying path of mystery and mayhem for its audience.
The Carnival of Lost Souls is a vintage Victorian inspired circus with physical entertainers, magicians, illusionists, singers and live music.
Nestled somewhere between the madness of a Tim Burton psychosis and the darkness of a David Lynch nightmare, The Carnival of Lost Souls tells the tragic tale of unrequited love and loss set amongst the splendour of a Victorian-era circus.
Written and produced by Graham Coupland, founder of Australia’s popular Gangster’s Ball, the Carnival of Lost Souls is a lavish production with Victorian Gothic and Steampunk-inspired costuming and stage design.
Featuring some of Australia’s best physical entertainers, musicians and singers, this uniquely original “circus noir” spectacle delivers a twisted bent on the familiar Circus, Musical Theatre and Cabaret stage genres.
This will be a real treat of high quality cabaret, circus performances, magic and haunting music to match.
It’s all going down at The Melba Spiegeltent, 35 Johnston St in Collingwood
for the following times:
Thurs 19 October / Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:30pm
Fri-Sat 20-21 October / Doors 8pm / Show 9pm
Thurs 26 October / Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:30pm
Fri- Sat 27-28 October / Doors 8pm / Show 9pm
Tickets: From $55, booking and further info via the website.