DATES: 28 Jun - 9 July, showtimes: 1100am & 0200pm
LOCATION: Aurora Spiegeltent
PRICES: Adult $38, Child $30, Family $75
Take one triangle of inner city seaside land, fill it with two performance spaces, carnival rides, a Central Park style ice rink, luscious food stalls, sparkling lights, roaring fires and you have the warmth and wonder of MAP 57 – St Kilda’s Winter Garden.
At the centre of this pop up precinct sits The Aurora Spiegeltent, a stunning antique European performance tent featuring The Funatorium Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, which comes direct from a sell-out season at the Sydney Opera House.
The second performance space, The Box, will host a sensational array of school holiday performance treats for the little revellers including Children are Stinky - recently named as one of the top 10 circus shows in London this summer, How to be a Rockstar - the hilarious, high energy show about body positivity and feeling like a rock star, Loose Ends - full of groovy gadgets, playful puppets and skilful clowning, Raymond Crowe: The Unusualist - magician, comedian, inventor, master of illusion, ventriloquist, shadow and mime artist, Australia's prince of circus and physical comedy Dandyman, the ‘King of Kids’ loved by little kids, big kids, and adults who are still kids at heart, Peter Combe’s Live It Up and Bellyflop in a Pizza and direct from NE Arnhem Land, Indigenous dance and YouTube sensations Djuki Mala, fusing traditional Yolngu with contemporary pop culture, dance and storytelling.
Thanks to our friends at Prue Bassett Publicity Bohemian Rhapsody Club and Online Magazine is proudly covering the Thursday 29 June Tea Party (media: Bryanna Reynolds / Bryanna Reynolds Multimedia Journalist & Producer at Reynolds Sister Productions) . Please stay tuned for more details