Blanc de Blanc set to seduce Brisbane this September

Written by Jessica Lunan

From the 2nd of September Brisbane will be transformed into a city of whimsical, seductive allure thanks to the champagne inspired circus, Blanc de Blanc.

From the 2nd of September Brisbane will be transformed into a city of whimsical, seductive allure thanks to the champagne inspired circus, Blanc de Blanc.

It’s almost that time of year when Brisbane Festival takes over the city, and we’re here to inform you about one show that you cannot miss!

Featuring bubbles, delightful acrobatics and incredible burlesque, Blanc de Blanc is set to take Brisbane by a colourful storm, with just a touch of naughtiness. Forget fairy floss and clowns in ridiculous shoes, this circus act is for the adults.

Direct from London’s West End, the show has been manifested by Brisbane-born Scott Maidment, creative director at Stut & Fret. This production house are the masterminds behind Madonna’s famous Rebel Heart tour, as well as a slew of festival sensations including LIMBO, Catina and Fear & Delight.

From the 2nd of September Brisbane will be transformed into a city of whimsical, seductive allure thanks to the champagne inspired circus, Blanc de Blanc.

The performers have been plucked from the world’s leading cabaret and acrobatic talent who have mastered the art of burlesque, aerial artists, hula-hooping and contortion. Amongst the cast is Brisbane-born mime artist, juggler and clown, Jaimi Luhrmann, whose show stopping act is sure to wow the crowd.

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It's set to be a feast of vintage glamour, infatuating acts, great ambience and even hosts a human champagne mountain. So what are you waiting for? This September escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and be treated to a complete sensory experience with Blanc de Blanc. We'll see you there!


The details:

What: Blanc de Blanc.
Where: Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent in the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank.
When: Throughout Brisbane Festival, the 2nd of September to the 24th of September.
Entry: From $38 to $78 depending on ticket preference.

For more information and to book your ticket today, visit the Brisbane Festival website.