Showtimes & Venue Hours

Nightly performances at 8:00pm year-round

Additional 5pm performance Nov – Mar on Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays.

Phare reserves the right to adjust the scheduled show in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. 

 

  • Fri 1
  • Sat 2
  • Sun 3
  • Mon 4

KHMER METAL

A rare glimpse into one night at a grungy Phnom Penh rock bar. The owner and his brother seek profit as customers seek adventure, passion and love in all the wrong places. Khmer Metal is hope, heartbreak, humor, edgy, provocative, unconventional and a whole lot of fun.

  • Tue 5
  • Wed 6
  • Thu 7
  • Fri 8
  • Sat 9
  • Sun 10
  • Mon 11
  • Tue 12
  • Wed 13
  • Thu 14

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT

Through a series of everyday situations, “Same Same But Different” pokes some good natured fun at the different habits and ways of living between Cambodians and foreign visitors. A sudden downpour, an unexpected power outage, ...

  • Fri 15
  • Sat 16
  • Sun 17
  • Mon 18
  • Tue 19
  • Wed 20
  • Thu 21
  • Fri 22
  • Sat 23

WHITE GOLD

In the Khmer language, “nourishment” cannot be expressed without the word “rice”. Cambodians are born, live, work and die in the rice fields. Balance between Buddhist principles of moderation and demands of modern society.

  • Sun 24
  • Mon 25
  • Tue 26
  • Wed 27
  • Thu 28

KHMER METAL

A rare glimpse into one night at a grungy Phnom Penh rock bar. The owner and his brother seek profit as customers seek adventure, passion and love in all the wrong places. Khmer Metal is hope, heartbreak, humor, edgy, provocative, unconventional and a whole lot of fun.

  • Fri 01
  • Sat 02
  • Sun 03
  • Mon 04

KHMER METAL

A rare glimpse into one night at a grungy Phnom Penh rock bar. The owner and his brother seek profit as customers seek adventure, passion and love in all the wrong places. Khmer Metal is hope, heartbreak, humor, edgy, provocative, unconventional and a whole lot of fun.

  • Tue 05
  • Wed 06
  • Thu 07
  • Fri 08
  • Sun 09
  • Mon 10

SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT

Through a series of everyday situations, “Same Same But Different” pokes some good natured fun at the different habits and ways of living between Cambodians and foreign visitors. A sudden downpour, an unexpected power outage, ...

  • Tue 11
  • Tue 12
  • Wed 13
  • Thu 14

INFLUENCE

Survival of the fittest. Domination. Manipulation. How do we create a place for ourselves in the world? Influence mixes drama, circus and puppetry to explore struggles for power and survival.  The characters of Influence dominate and are dominated, trick and are tricked, but ultimately discover their own strength and find unique place in the world.

  • Fri 15
  • Sat 16
  • Sun 17
  • Mon 18
  • Tue 19
  • Wed 20
  • Thu 21

ECLIPSE

How far would someone go to fight back against rejection and bullying? Based on traditional Cambodian folktales, Eclipse is a story of rejection, revenge, spirit possession and eventual forgiveness set to original music and told through a dramatic mix of theater, Apsara dance and modern circus arts.

  • Fri 22
  • Sat 23
  • Sun 24
  • Mon 25
  • Tue 26
  • Wed 27
  • Thu 28
  • Fri 29
  • Sat 30
  • Sun 31

WHITE GOLD

In the Khmer language, “nourishment” cannot be expressed without the word “rice”. Cambodians are born, live, work and die in the rice fields. Balance between Buddhism principles of moderation and demands of modern society.

  • Mon 01
  • Tue 02
  • Wed 03
  • Thu 04
  • Fri 05
  • Sat 06
  • Sun 07
  • Mon 08

ECLIPSE

How far would someone go to fight back against rejection and bullying? In a rural Cambodian village, a disfigured young man is rejected and ridiculed. He wonders why he is cursed and seeks help from the gods. They answer his prayers by transforming him into a beautiful woman with magical powers. Using this new form, he attracts the attention and desire of the villagers, but they soon discover there’s something siniste

  • Tue 09
  • Wed 10
  • Thu 11
  • Fri 12
  • Sat 13
  • Sun 14
  • Mon 15
  • Tue 16
  • Wed 17

WHITE GOLD

In the Khmer language, “nourishment” cannot be expressed without the word “rice”. Cambodians are born, live, work and die in the rice fields. A story of balancing Buddhist principles of moderation with demands of modern society.

  • Thu 18
  • Fri 19
  • Sat 20
  • Sun 21
  • Mon 22
  • Tue 23
  • Wed 24
  • Thu 25

ECLIPSE

How far would someone go to fight back against rejection and bullying? In a rural Cambodian village, a disfigured young man is rejected and ridiculed. He wonders why he is cursed and seeks help from the gods. They answer his prayers by transforming him into a beautiful woman with magical powers. Using this new form, he attracts the attention and desire of the villagers, but they soon discover there’s something siniste

  • Fri 26
  • Sat 27
  • Sun 28
  • Mon 29
  • Tue 30

WHITE GOLD

In the Khmer language, “nourishment” cannot be expressed without the word “rice”. Cambodians are born, live, work and die in the rice fields. A story of balancing Buddhist principles of moderation with demands of modern society.

Phare, The Cambodian Circus – Tickets

TICKETS

SECTION A

  • US$38.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$18 Children (age 5-11)
  • Reserved Seating in the front three rows of the middle section.
  • Refillable sports bottle filled with cool water.

SECTION B

  • US$28.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$15 Children (age 5-11)
  • Open seating in the rear three rows of the middle section.

SECTION C

  • US$18.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$10 Children (age 5-11)
  • Open seating in the two side sections. Some spots have partially obstructed views.

Phare, The Cambodian Circus – Seat Plan

Showtimes & Venue Hours
Nightly performances year-round at 8:00 pm.  Additional 5:00 pm performance on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, November through March.

ALL PRODUCTIONS

More than just a circus, Phare performers use theater, music, dance and modern circus arts to tell uniquely
Cambodian stories; historical, folk and modern. The young circus artists will astonish you with their energy, emotion, enthusiasm and talent.

NOTE: Phare, The Cambodian Circus’ shows are inspired by the real-life experiences of its creators and performers and deal with themes such as war, discrimination, relationships, poverty and ghosts. Some performances contain smoke, loud noises, music and strobe lights. Please consult with a member of the ticketing staff if you have any concerns or you have very young children.

YOUR EVENING WITH PHARE

Phare, The Cambodian Circus is one of Cambodia’s most innovative social enterprise models. Profits generated through ticket, refreshment, merchandise and private performance sales support the free education, professional arts training and social support programs of Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang.