$61 for One Ticket to Voyage de la Vie at Resorts World Sentosa (Worth $111)
- A multi-million dollar spectacular
- International cast from 19 countries
- Winner of “Best Theatre Production” award by Time Out Singapore
- Incredible gymnastic performance and death defying feats
- Magnificent sets and dazzling costumes
- Free admission for children between 2 to 4 years old
- Category 3 for Voyage de la Vie
- Category 2 for Voyage de la Vie
Redeem between 2 August to 31 August 2011, 12pm to 9pm at Resorts World Festive Grand.
Valid show days: 2 August to 30 September 2011
- Wednesday to Friday shows: 8.30pm
- Weekend shows: 5pm and 8.30pm
Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid on Mondays and Tuesdays, and from 17 August to 25 August 2011. Not valid with other promotions and discounts.
Seating allocated by Resorts World Sentosa. Strictly no seat upgrade. Call 6577 8888 for enquiries on seating availability.
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
Not valid for children below 2 years old. Free admission for children between 2 to 3 years old.
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Jump straight into the deep-end with Voyage de la Vie and its international cast, building a fast-paced, colourful, stunt-a-minute show that culminates in death-defying circus acts, feats of agility, stunning sets and costumes. Enjoy Singapore's very own theatrical circus spectacular as designed and conceptualized by world-acclaimed architect and show designer, Mark Fisher.
Journey through this 'Journey of Life' and meet the unusual, cart-wheeling themes of Love, Temptation, Conflict and Life & Death, that speaks poignant reminders of greater topics, neatly presented and packaged by contortionists, jugglers, rope aerialists and crossbow artists.
"I loved how the performers would at times immerse themselves within the audience seats and perform right in front of the audiences, which definitely lifted the energy level of the performance. I also should give credit to the fringe items they had while the audience were streaming in when the doors opened. Some performers were playing ball with audience members, or just mingling around." - JustWatchLah Review
"The juggler was fantastic. he was awesome. he was spellbinding. he's the master of the show. no doubt the skill of the tricks had been replicated by some dude on a cruise I went before, his was a performance. no doubt the best part of the show. and the track for his segment had a hilarious "HAHA" that I guess the musicians shout (the music is mostly prerecorded)." - Sharniewarnie Review
"The show is overwhelming. I picked the equivalent of the first row of the mezzanine for us, which I consider perfect seating for musical events. You’re far back enough to clearly see the whole stage, but not so far back that you can’t easily see facial expressions and subtle nuances of body language. Voyage de la Vie has action going on all over the stage (and out into the aisles of the audience at several points) all the time. It is impossible to actually watch everything that is going on in every scene. However, it was not chaotic…it was wonderfully done and more of an “everywhere you look there’s something wonderful” experience." - Expatbostonians