Win circus tickets! See Saloon!

This is not just any circus, it is a Quebecois circus!

It is a Wild West circus with a story and it’s going to be great fun!

85 minutes of sure shootin’ rip roarin’ thigh slappin’ high energy entertainment with 8 acrobats and live musicians playing the music of Patsy Klein and Johnny Cash, a little Lead Belly too! What’s this show that’s not to be missed? Why it’s


the juggling-est, lasso-est, musical acrobatic adventure in the Wild West. In Cirque Éloize’s Saloon, the infectious energy of folk music sets the tone to an acrobatic comedy that sweeps the spectators away in a mad rush. Enigmatic, colorful characters come together and reveal themselves, resulting in a series of unexpected situations, unfolding to the rhythm of acrobatic prowess and original choreography. Under the spell of the saloon’s beautiful Belle, the lover sets off a chase worthy of the greatest Westerns. The lovebirds on the run wreak havoc everywhere on their path; from the deserted plains to the depth of the mines— until the ultimate acrobatic showdown. Saloon is the physical energy of acrobatics combined with the poetry of the theatrical approach, a touch of comedy and the musical roots of our childhood.

So get out yur stetson, put on yur spurs and sauter over to Italie 2’s Theatre 13ème Art for the ride of your life! Cirque Eloize is in town through the first week of January, so round up the whole family little tykes included this Christmas and go to the circus. Get your tickets here and if yur feeling lucky try to win a pair of tickets from FUSAC for the show an 19 December at 9pm. Just send an email to tellin’ us just how much you’d like to like to go to this show.

A duel on the “Korean plank”
Juggling hat tricks!
The aerial chandelier. You’ll also see the Cyr wheel, Hand to Hand, Aerial straps, Whirling lassos and the Chinese pole.

Cirque Éloize has been creating award-winning entertainment for nearly 25 years and ranks among the world’s leading contemporary circuses. Cirque Éloize has taken part in numerous prestigious international festivals and has seduced both New York’s Broadway and London’s West End. It’s pronounced [EL-WAZ] / Éloize is a word meaning ‘‘heat lightning’’ in the Acadian dialect of the Îles-de-la-Madeleine archipelago, located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, over 200km east of the Quebec coast. The artists from the first Cirque Éloize troupe were all from the islands.