Due to the continued local COVID transmission and the resulting health and safety measures by the government, Phare Circus performances are suspended for April 2021. The health of Phare guests, artists and staff remain the top priority. The Phare Circus schedule for May will be announced on 26 April based on conditions at that time.
MICE PROGRAMS CAMBODIAN STYLE
Unique, original activities suitable for any age, customized for any group. Push the envelope with a circus arts workshop as a corporate team building activity or just great fun. Mingle over cocktails and canapé under the colorful lights of Phare’s signature red big top. Indulge in a delicious buffet or set menu dinner, setting the mood to enjoy Siem Reap’s top-rated evening entertainment (TripAdvisor & Lonely Planet).
Push the envelope. Move beyond comfort zones. Use the process of learning basic circus techniques as a team building exercise. Phare artists take guests through warm-up, learn & practice and cool-down, just as they would normally do for their rehearsals and performances. Apply the experiences to daily work activities or just have fun sharing.
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Dining at Phare Cafe
From cocktails and canapé to full buffet or set menu dinners, Phare Cafe can customize catering for any taste or dietary restriction. Cold towel service, flower arrangements and free-flow drink packages are available. Add a welcome animation and circus pop-up acts during the service for even more energy and engagement between your group and the artists. Whether you are seeking elegant or informal, the atmosphere is guaranteed to be magical.
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The same incredible musicians who accompany each performance at Phare, The Cambodian Circus have combined their talent to form Phare Band. Their unique style of music inspired by Cambodian Rock & Roll from the 1960’s will liven any party. This photo was taken at a special “Rock The Street” community event held at The Little Red Fox Espresso.
Visual artists from Phare, The Cambodian Circus and Phare Ponleu Selpak make painting come alive. Much more than just applying paint on a canvas, the artists tell stories with a live painting performance. This photo was taken at The Little Red Fox Espresso event – “An Artist’s Rain”. Photo by Peter Phoeng.
Phare, The Cambodian Circus
Round-out the evening with Siem Reap’s most original, authentic, grass-roots entertainment. Phare artists use drama, dance, live music and circus arts to tell uniquely Cambodian stories from recent history, folklore or modern society. Book preferred seating in the front-center, or even buy-out the entire big top. Share the experience with underprivileged Cambodian youth and allow us to invite a local NGO.
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