Compagnie Gratte Ciel / Written & Directed by Pierrot Bidon & Stéphane Girard
$20 WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE SEATING
$20 Wheelchair Accessible Seats Fri 13, Sat 14 & Sun 15 Mar 8.30pm
Tickets $20 each for individual and one companion*
*Subject to availability – limited number of access tickets available
This is Place des Anges, a playful, awe-inspiring aerial spectacle performed above thousands of people. The one-of-a-kind creation of French company Gratte Ciel commands the twilight sky with an incredible team of acrobats and dancers – suspended high in the air, beneath the stars and out in the open.
Uplifting, ethereal and totally out of this world, Place des Anges has left its mark – and countless memories – wherever it has landed around the globe. The angels land next in Tāmaki Makaurau; for three amazing nights, Auckland Domain is their outdoor playground. Be there to welcome them down to earth and share in the wonder of this very special event.
If Groupe F’s Breath of the Volcano had your pulse racing in the Auckland Domain in 2013, Place des Anges will make your heart soar.
Designated drop-off points for wheelchair users will be available.
This is a standing outdoor performance suitable for all ages. Chairs are not permitted.
Support to enhance the experience of those with disabilities will be added.
Performance includes the use of sustainably sourced and sterilised feathers.
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Children aged 4 years & under FREE
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Uplifting... [a] word-of-mouth phenomenon... [that] took over the skies before popping up all over Instagram. The Guardian (Australia)
Spectacular... the sight of acrobats dressed as angels performing in the night sky is something to behold and treasure. The Adelaide Review
Produced by Gratte Ciel
Written and Directed by Pierrot Bidon and Stéphane Girard
Grant Hancock & Tom Arran
Mortgage the house. Sell your possessions. Do anything that makes it possible to see Place des Anges. It is absolutely wonderful.— The Advertiser (Australia)