Soaring, skillful, seductive, sensory, spectacle. There are many words to describe Le Noir, but just one to sum it up: sensational.NZ Herald
Acts include the Columbian Wheel of Death, the most dangerous circus act of all time, and the spectacular aerial cradle of Chilli and Fly, which is the only act of its kind in the world.
Spellbinding in its brilliance
Le Noir is fast-paced, daring, seductive, extremely funny and above all a unique theatrical experience.
Le Noir doesn't disappoint though, taking advantage of the theatre's intimacy to heighten the sense of danger and exploit the audience's nerves, creating a thrilling show.
- Stuff NZ
Exclusive Ringside stage seating will sell out fast, so book now to avoid disappointment.
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...incredible, breathtaking circus.Theatreview
Important information for Ringside Ticket Holders
Ringside seats to LE NOIR – the Dark Side of Cirque are on stage - breathtakingly close to all the action. To ensure you have a thrilling and safe up-close experience, please note the following:
Latecomers will not be admitted to Ringside until interval
For the safety of patrons and performers, please take your seats on stage at least ten minutes before the show starts. The Civic auditorium is open 45 minutes prior to the performance, so there’s plenty of time to find your seats and grab a drink from the Ringside Bar.
Ringside ticket holders arriving after the performance has commenced will be shown to seats in the auditorium and guided to their seats on stage during interval.
During the show
For the safety of the Le Noir performers, please remain in your seats on stage during the show. If you leave your seat, you will not be permitted to return until a suitable break in the performance.
The exclusive Ringside bar is available before the show and during the interval and we invite you to arrive early to take advantage of this service. The bar will be closed during the performance.
Le Noir is a feast for the senses - sure to leave your heart racing and jaw on the floor.Sunday Times