LIMBO The Return brings circus, cabaret, and heart-in-your-mouth acrobatics to Sydney

Whether you caught the spectacular and award-winning LIMBO on its original run in Sydney over a decade ago, or just love a bit of jaw-dropping circus cabaret, you might be interested to know that LIMBO The Return is headlining at The Grand Electric from the 22nd of May.

Combining world-renowned circus performers with genre-defying live music by New York’s one and only Sxip Shirey, LIMBO The Return promises to be a fun and frantic feast for all the senses. It’s set in a sinister netherworld and includes plenty of adult themes, coarse language, and nudity – so best to leave kids and prudes at home for this one.

After the worldwide success of the original LIMBO (even Madonna was a fan apparently!), you can expect this show to sell quickly. So grab your tickets sooner rather than later if you’re up for some sensational stunts, otherworldly contortion, and some saucy antics on the side!

Stay tuned for a full post-show review…

What: LIMBO The Return, The Grand Electric, 199 Cleveland St, Surry Hills When: From Wednesday 22 May
Times: Wed & Thu 7.30pm, Fri 7.00pm & 9.00pm, Sat 5.00pm & 7.30pm, Sun 5.30pm
Price: From $55

About the author

Originally from Wales, Siri is a native Welsh speaker and bilingual writer living in Sydney. With a background in film and television production, particularly comedy, she loves to make people laugh - usually at her own expense. Siri writes about all sorts from film and restaurant reviews to marathon running and adventure travel. She loves pale ale and shiraz and is yet to meet a chocolate mousse she can’t devour in seconds. An intrepid adventurer trapped inside the body of a couch potato, there’s nothing Siri won’t try - but she can’t promise to be even remotely graceful while doing it.


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