A troupe of eight friends - musicians and acrobats alike - celebrate being together in the Australian premiere of this unpredictable circus.
Circus Abyssinia return to the fringe with an awe-inspiring youth circus that stands out from the rest through it's sheer sense of fun and daring.
Leave your liver cleanse at the door – things are about to get debaucherous. Forget a detox, get on a Retox – that’s the name of this irreverent circus cabaret ensemble playing at Gluttony this Fringe. It’s a show that’s jam-packed with talent, with award-winning international circus artists from Cirque du Soleil and Circus Oz […]
If you need something heart-stopping and exciting, check out the return of Circus Abyssinia at Gluttony. After a successful run in London and New York, the show is back for the second time at the Fringe with brothers Bibi and Bichu telling their story – Ethiopian Dreams – and how they became highly successful jugglers. From the streets of Addis […]
It’s no wonder the Family Gala has been a great favourite for the past few years. It was a riot of music, songs, dance and amazing tricks with hoops on roller skates plus a juggling bear and that was just the first 3 acts!
A burlesque vaudeville show featuring circus acts, magic, striptease, song and dance from seven artists in a cabaret setting. Adults only.
30 metres of rope and 7 acrobats. By a Thread is an amazing idea which showed off wicked tunes and a talented cast!
Luth Wolff entertains the tiny tots in this wonderful circus act designed just for them.
A highly self-aware, unpretentious comedy with dashes of mild nudity and displays of physical circus skills was a joy to experience.
From the creators of La Soirée comes a night of sassy entertainment, song, comedy & circus. Leave your coat & your hang-ups at the door and get your swizzle on.
Presented by One Fell Swoop Circus, By A Thread is a mesmerising performance showcasing the raw strength of seven dynamic acrobats as they redefine aerial acrobatics with one thirty metre piece of rope.
Inspired by James Cameron’s record-breaking film Avatar, TORUK – The First Flight by Cirque du Soleil will be at Adelaide Entertainment Centre next week - and we want you to head along thanks to Venue Productions!
The basic background for the show is that it’s an all female production that uses ideas around gender and race to present an overall display of dance, song, spoken word, burlesque, and some circus.
The true story of Afro-Cuban performer Rafael who was the first black clown to play a lead role in a circus pantomime act.
If you missed out on seeing the incredible Cirque Africa during it's season at Adelaide Fringe, don't despair. It's hanging around for a bit longer.
The performance begins with a five young women asleep on a canopied mattress and moves into a sexy dance sequence, culminating in a spectacular flying silk act with the bed canopy.
Prepare yourselves. Club Briefs is back and MUCH briefer than ever before!
When you combine acrobats with water, comedy, some circus and cabaret, it's a recipe for success.
This is a great concept for parents, allowing them to expose children to lots of acts at once and then take their kids to see those acts that grabbed them in full later
Acrobats from 5 Africa countries perform astounding and dangerous circus feats to the rhythms and songs of African nations in a colourful show for the family.