JOURNEY BEYOND SYMPHONIC CIRCUS
A Symphonic Circus showcasing extraordinary artistic collaboration between Zip Zap Circus and the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra is set to hit Jozi for the first time this September! Following their successful run in Cape Town over the last two years, 2017 and 2018, the circus is finally in town. #ad
Journey Beyond – Symphonic Circus’ modern take on circus performances will feature the young members from Zip Zap Circus performing their gravity-defying and magical acts with the support of the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra. Both organisations give youth from different heritages in South Africa the opportunity to develop careers in performing arts. Following performances on international stages, it’s now time for Johannesburg residents to enjoy their world-class performances.
Join the young performers and musicians from Zip Zap Circus and the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra, on a journey through time with their incredible circus feats performed to loved classical pieces. It is impossible to fully grasp the beauty of this magical show until you see it for yourself. Acts to look forward to include trapeze displays, aerial performers, acrobats, dancers, contortionists, balancers and jugglers all choreographed to the symphony of a full orchestra. Journey Beyond – Symphonic Circus, connects young South Africans and provides them with life-changing opportunities that would not have otherwise been available to them. This combination of heritages is particularly fitting since the show takes place during South Africa’s Heritage Month.
The Symphonic Circus is set to captivate and thrill the audiences. Expect to be blown away by the harmonies of the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra and solo performances from Zolani Mahola (Freshly Ground), Zita Pretorius and Timothy Moloi.
This world-class Theatre experience is on for four nights only from Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd September 2019 at the Joburg Theatre.
- Thursday 19th September at 19h30
- Friday 20th September 19h30
- Saturday 21st September at 15h00 & 19h30
- Sunday 22nd September at 15h00.
Tickets range from R165 – R320 and can be booked online via Webtickets.