Madame Zingara has been charming audiences with her Miracle Tour since her much anticipated return to the Cape in January this year.
The unique show has continually evolved, introducing several new local and international acts throughout the run, creating a re-energised body of work.
In the words of Richard Griffin, producer and managing director of Madame Zingara: “the Miracle Tour is possibly our best yet”.
The experience begins from the moment guests speak with the ladies in box-office who are renowned for their exceptional service.
On arrival at the tent, explore Victoria’s playground, snap a picture with Miss Guided, have your tarot cards read, your face painted theatrically or adorn yourself at the Bijoux Boutique which offers a wild array of feather boas, masks, hats or jewellery.
Once you have transformed yourself prepare for a night of glitzy escapism.
A bouquet of talent choreographed by the formidable trio of Richard Griffin, Craig Leo and Valentina Love, lead guests to a world where they are encouraged to leave their worries at the door for the night.
Be enchanted by aerial trapeze acts, the seductive flexibility of contortionism and the hypnotic boleadora by brawny Argentinean’s and the disciplined art of high adrenaline juggling.
Not to mention The Specifics, the gorgeous and dynamic vocal quartet with their energetic stage presence, who get both young and old on their feet.
David Green, chief executive, V&A Waterfront said: “The central purpose of the V&A Waterfront has always been to offer visitors a lifestyle experience, and a measure of our success in this regard was when the popular Madame Zingara chose to pitch their enchanting tent on our property.
“Not only has the colourful Theatre of Dreams added an exciting new entertainment dimension to our after-dark offering, it has also attracted new footfall to our property, while thoroughly entertaining our existing visitors.
“We are delighted that Madame Zingara has chosen to keep their tent firmly pegged at the V&A Waterfront this winter.”
Guests are served an equally astounding meal prepared lovingly by gourmet chefs.
Madame Zingara has earned her stripes in the field of entertainment, captivating both national and international audiences.
The show runs nightly from Tuesday to Sunday.
Tickets range from R385–1,250 per person, depending on seating area and packages.
For more information visit the official website.