Cirque du Soleil's acclaimed touring show, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities, is counting down to the end of its Singapore leg.
Presented in the intimate setting of the signature Big Top beside Marina Bay Sands, Kurios was certainly a breathtaking performance.
Through whimsical imageries, it celebrates the greatest inventions of the 19th century. Audience members are transported into the Curio Cabinet of an ambitious inventor who defies the laws of time, space and dimensions in order to reinvent everything around him. The visible become invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is turned upside down.
Pictures will never do the show justice, but here's a look at what you might have missed out on:
KURIOS was presented in the intimate setting of the signature Big Top. Photo: Connected to India
The costumes and props look completely out of this world. Photo: Connected to India
Amazing hand balance skills! Photo: Connected to India
There was a collective gasp when the mirror image appeared. Photo: Connected to India
The contortionists' act was breathtaking. Photo: Connected to India
Insane flexibility! Photo: Connected to India
The invisible circus was an act we... never saw... Photo: Connected to India
Defying gravity. Photo: Connected to India
Every scene was whimsical. Photo: Connected to India
The performers execute their sets in the air with such gracefulness it's as though gravity doesn't have a hold on them. Photo: Connected to India
Till next time, Cirque du Soleil. Photo: Connected to India