Circus

Barely have face paints been smeared off guisers’ faces, the last bit of grimaced pumpkin flesh been eaten in final bowl of soup and the last squib has been dampened, than Edinburgh has donned it

Question: How do you fill 50 minutes with juggling and still maintain the interest of the audience? Answer: you probably can’t, unless you have something really exceptional.

Returning with a two man show to this year’s fringe, Jesse Scott and Lachlan McAulay from Casus Circus bring You & I to the Assembly Roxy and succeed in creating an intimate and beautiful performance.

This is no ordinary circus show, though acrobatics and a whole multitude of circus skills are the heart of the show.

The house was packed when I attended this very early in the run and it's not a surprise - this is a very special kind of show. The scene is an artist's garret or atelier.

Circolombia’s Acéléré is circus like you have never seen or heard before.

In a breathtaking, gravity-defying display of acrobatics, Circa explore what it is to be human.

Enter with caution and an open mind as your every move is under the magnifying glass at the mercy of the Skrimshanks duo.

Meet Flip Fabrique, a group of graduates from the Quebec Circus School. What an introduction!

March 2017 sees the astounding Cirque du Soleil complete their first-ever UK arena tour of its signature production Varekai (sponsored by DHL) by performing at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro.