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The Chipolatas - Gentlemen Of The Road

When:

Sun 5 Jul 2015, 5:00pm–7:00pm

Where: The Melba Spiegeltent, 35 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult General admission: $22.00
  • Child General admission: $14.00
  • Concession General admission: $18.00
  • Family (2 adults, 2 children) General admission: $55.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: anna_pidgeon

The Chipolatas proudly present a special edition of their unique and universally acclaimed show ‘Gentlemen of the Road’ at The Melba Spiegeltent on Sunday 5th July.

Featuring new members Luke Taylor (Circus Oz) and Tim Bennett (Bass / loops / Vocal virtuoso) the company combines mindful circus artistry with dynamic roots music, mixing both traditional and contemporary influences.

Finding inspiration in timeless tradition this long-standing troupe use rhythmic squeezebox, breakbeats and ballads together with spoken word and samples to produce moments of theatrical stillness, physicality and dynamism.

Witty and charming, performed with impeccable timing, The Chipolatas transcend trends, capture hearts and cross boundaries with every performance. They have performed in 45 countries since 1992, establishing themselves as a trusted brand and mainstay of festivals around the world.

A celebratory performance where Circus meets Theatre, live music is played, a common ground where magic is made.

In this one-off cabaret performance of The Gentlemen of the Road, The Chipolatas, specialists in their field and ambassadors of an evolving tradition, will invite some of their favourite Melbourne performers to create an evening of Circus, Music and Story telling that will not be repeated.

This show is dedicated to Jasper King.

Welcome one and all. We are the ‘Gentlemen of the Road’. We have no fixed abode and no bar code.

"Brilliantly diverse, mischievous and expertly coherent." - The Scotsman, Edinburgh Festival Fringe