Category Archive: Circus

Circus

Mar 08

Limbo Unhinged – The Garden – 4K

The Limbo gang are back with a more incredible show than ever. Combining physical theatre, circus stunts, comedy and acrobatics, Limbo Unhinged is a fantastic show. From the very first act the performers had the audience roused. The show begins with physical theatre; a man who winds and bends himself like a corkscrew. This is …

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Mar 05

FRINGE 2017 – Grossed Out Gameshow – The Speakeasy – 5K

Slimed Up with Comedian Matthew Giffen and Gameshow Assistants

A highly entertaining and interactive program for the family. Brings out the excitement from the kids and a very good way for them to burn off all that sugar! 5K

Feb 23

CIRQUE NOCTURNE – ADL FRINGE 2017

Young, newly formed Adelaide troupe Cirque Nocturne are appearing at the Empyrean at Gluttony until March 5th. Aiming for a film noir aesthetic they present various circus style acts including hoop twirling, juggling, acrobatics, and trapeze.  The stand out performance is a skilled demonstration of fire twirling which is well coordinated with the music and …

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Feb 22

CIRQUE AFRICA – FRINGE 2017 – 5K

Cirque Africa, appearing for the first time in Adelaide, is a very professional but fresh high energy show featuring incredible athletes and musicians.  The live musical accompaniment was a wonderful constant whose timing, and that of the acrobats, was spot on. Arriving a few minutes late for this show I was amazed to find the …

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Feb 21

FRINGE CABARET – Prohibition – Gluttony – 3.5K

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Prohibition is worth the effort if you are looking for your annual fix of that style of show. 3.5K

Feb 18

FRINGE 2017 – A Frayed Knot by DADO – La Petite Grande, Gluttony – 3K

It must be incredibly difficult designing a show for children which is simple enough to keep the little ones amused but also contains enough comedy to keep mum and dad chuckling in the audience. Certainly DADO’s “A Frayed Knot” does its best to transcend these boundaries – the one-man show contains plenty of winks, double …

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Feb 18

FRINGE 2017:SOAP – The Peacock – Gluttony – 4K

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By Tom Eckert Previous festival winner SOAP returns to Gluttony’s The Peacock and had no trouble selling tickets managing to sell out their very first show of the season. Whether this is because their reputation precedes them or the ubiquitous appeal of the promise of acrobatics, and the promise of a watery novelty remains to …

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Jun 10

CABARET FRINGE – Phelan Groovy – 3.5K / Cirque Nocturne

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If Kurt Phelan’s Phelan Groovy is anything to go by, this year’s program will be as good as any that has preceded it. 3.5K

Mar 12

Fringe 2016 Dani Cabs: Poncho Orange – 3.5K

Poncho Orange was a show of firsts. Never before have I had a fringe performer feed me part of a (delicious) mango, nor had I had my face painted, nor joined an entire audience in an orchestrated conga. Dani Cabs creates a hilarious on stage persona for this show, drawing the audience in with well …

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Feb 18

Fringe 2016 – Knee Deep – Casus Circus – The Garden – Rating 4K – Review by Julie Robins

The beautiful and surprising images they create, especially those involving eggs and aerial ribbons, linger long after the show has finished. 4K

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