The Spiegeltent Will Return to Newcastle in 2020 with Blanc de Blanc Encore

26 March – 19 April 2020

After a sensational season in 2019, Newcastle’s favourite pop-up festival The Spiegeltent is confirmed to return in 2020 and tickets to the headline show are on sale now. Taking residence in Civic Park earlier than ever, 26 March – 19 April, the next installation of Spiegeltent Newcastle is promising to be the hottest yet.

Now heading into its fourth season, Spiegeltent Newcastle has become a prominent fixture of the local entertainment landscape. 2019 saw audiences scrambling for tickets to the sold-out weekend showings of headline show Deluxe Deluxe.

Scott Maidment, Founding Director of the award-winning and boundary-breaking production house, Strut & Fret, says: “Novocastrians have shown us that they are ready and willing for the escapist entertainment of The Spiegeltent. We can’t wait to introduce our latest circus-cabaret corruption, Blanc de Blanc Encore, which dives back into the Blanc de Blanc world that Newcastle gulped back with enthusiasm in 2018”.

Tickets are on sale now for Spiegeltent headline show Blanc de Blanc Encore. The full Spiegeltent festival programme of world-class comedians, musicians and more to be announced later this year.

About Blanc de Blanc Encore

Fresh from a record-breaking debut season at the Sydney Opera House, Blanc de Blanc Encore resurrects the hedonistic, champagne-soaked world of beautiful debauchery in Blanc de Blanc. The sequel invites audiences to crack open the champagne and indulge their senses in a scintillating, steamy blend of breath-taking live jazz, thrilling circus tricks, side-splitting comedy, astounding acrobatics and risqué humour.

Theatre People ★★★★★
“an opulent hedonistic mix of debauched dance, sensuous song, contortion cabaret, acrobatic burlesque and cheeky circus”

The Sunday Telegraph
“A highlight of the Sydney summer”

The Plus Ones
“Gatsby-levels of sensorial extravagance”

“It extends beyond an immersive show for the senses … a 4D experience of sexual frivolity and wild champagne celebration”

City Hub
“an intoxicating, vivacious evening of high-class cabaret bubbling with surprises”