Grab your rubber ducky, stuff your pants and get hyped up on sugar to see (probably) more than you probably bargained for!
The LEFT ensemble is bursting with energy and passion and the show is jammed packed with amazing routines, yet an edit of the weaker moments could see this show seriously fly.
The whole ensemble are fit and talented, but what really makes this show one of the highlights of the Fringe is their charisma and chemistry – A Simple Space is a strangely life-affirming experience.
It would be a wet slip-up to not make mention of the cast who were truly left showered in approval.
This is the show that will define the upper echelon of this year’s Fringe; miss it at your peril.
There aren’t a lot of reasons to check out a high school production if you don’t, in fact, go to school. Either you’re a parent of one of the kids or you’re hoping you might catch the next Snakadaktal before they go big.
While the name may hint at some kind of adult burlesque circus antics, nothing could be further from the truth – this is family-friendly, innocent fun.
SORT of like a Chaplian-esque silent movie on stage, Kaput is a rollicking hour of slapstick brilliance
complete with ladders, buckets and plank gags.
The Brothers Pitt is advertised as family friendly – truer words could not be said of it. A light-hearted and amusing family circus based act, the show is largely aimed at children, but hits home for the parents too, with the occasional “wink-wink nudge-nudge” moment that will (hopefully) go over the heads of the little ones.
Soap is an eclectic array of circus tricks, gymnastics and a lot of fun. What the performers can do is downright astounding and will challenge everything you believe about what the human body is capable of.