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Cirque Stratosphere.

Cirque Stratosphere.

CIRCUS A new show from the producers of The Illusionists and Le Noir will turn Hamer Hall into a circus extravaganza this weekend. Cirque Stratosphere includes thrilling stunts and aerial feats: expect a Columbian wheel of death, roller-skating acts by the Roller Duo, and hoop and bar acrobatics featuring a Russian Swing to Swing and Russian Bar. Today and tomorrow, Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road, city, $49-$119, 1300 182 183, artscentremelbourne.com.au

Jem ’Appelle in Edith Piaf – Love, Life and No Regrets.

Jem ’Appelle in Edith Piaf – Love, Life and No Regrets.

MUSICAL THEATRE French singer-songwriter and cabaret star Edith Piaf rose to fame by interpreting the French ballad and singing autobiographical songs including the renowned La Vie en Rose and Non, je ne regrette rien. Piaf’s life story and songs are presented in a live performance from French cabaret star Jem ’Appelle in Edith Piaf – Love, Life and No Regrets. Today, 7pm, Speakeasy HQ, 522 Flinders Street, city, $35, speakeasy-hq.com

COMEDY With the Melbourne International Comedy Festival just a few months away, Melbourne-based comedians and friends Luka Muller and Alex Ward trial new material in a free event at Club Voltaire. Muller and Ward, both of whom have appeared on ABC TV, BBC Radio and Triple J, are pegged as two of the country’s fastest rising young comics. Today, 5pm-7pm, Club Voltaire, 14 Raglan Street, North Melbourne, free, eventbrite.com



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