Phare, The Cambodian Circus Show

Phare, The Cambodian Circus Show

A great show for both kids and adults, the Phare circus show is a blend of arts, music, juggling, gymnastics, traditional and modern theatre. Not only will it make you laugh and smile but the project grew out of a Cambodian non-profit organisation founded by ex-refugee artists.

Get ready for a wild ride of jaw-dropping acrobatics, uniquely Cambodian storytelling, and toe-tapping live music. It’s not your average circus – it’s a kaleidoscope of contemporary Cambodian culture served with a side of fun and flair! Created by the incredible talents of Phare Ponleu Selpak non-profit school, this circus isn’t just about laughs and gasps – it’s a mission! Support the awesome cause of empowering Cambodian youth through the magic of the big top. Don’t miss out on the excitement – snag your tickets now and join us for a night under the circus lights at Phare!

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