Capital World debuts 'The Greatest Showman' live production at Capital City's Circus Hall

Capital World debuts 'The Greatest Showman' live production at Capital City's Circus Hall

Michelle Zhu
20/08/18, 07:27 am

SINGAPORE (Aug 20): Property developer Capital World, formerly known as Terratech, on Saturday premiered The Greatest Showman at Circus Hall, the new indoor live theatre of its Capital City theme park project in Johor, Malaysia.

In a press release on Monday, Capital World highlights the MCM London Musical Circus show, which is staged by the group’s the group’s subsidiary MCM Studio Entertainment Group, as the first indoor musical circus in Malaysia.

The Greatest Showman will continue to run live throughout the week at Circus City, featuring aerial acts and the film’s “Double Wheel of Death” as well as an international cast that includes circus artists from the UK, Russia, Chile, Bulgaria and the US.

Big Kid Entertainment Group serves as the show’s joint producer with MCM Studio.  

“At the comfortably air-conditioned Capital City’s Circus Hall, the experience is elevated many times over that of a traditional circus performance to a mesmerising Broadway-inspired live show. Admission tickets are affordable and I hope many more people can experience a world-class circus show here at Capital City,” says Siow Chien Fu, executive director and CEO of Capital World.

Shares in Capital World closed 2% lower at 5 cents on Friday. 

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