The official 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme, which launched today, will bring shows from around the world catering for all ages and appetites to celebra
Circus and cabaret
After a nationwide tour in 2016, Cirque Berserk land in Edinburgh for seven performances of their wonderful circus show.
Cirque Berserk’s tagline, ‘real circus made for theatre’ hints at the show’s attempt to weave some traditional circus acts into a modern format.
The idea of the poor man with a pocket full of dreams in his shabby, baggy pants is not new but is one that continues to appeal.
Solving the Rubik’s Cube puzzle is a near impossible task in itself, never mind adding acrobatics into the equation.
If Priscilla ran away to join a circus cabaret troupe and ended up, not in a desert, but in a tent, in the centre of Edinburgh, at Christmas time – then the outcome might be something a bit like Brief
‘The Show must go on’ was a maxim that P.T. Barnum and Brian Conley would probably share.
Embrace, Vision Mechanics’ new production, is inspired by women in India who have played a vital role in the campaign to protect and preserve the environment.
Edinburgh’s ‘Secret’ Vaudeville is a night of schmoozing, cocktailing, bopping and bedazzling amidst an extravagant carnivalesque show involving a wide assortment of performance-arts including: magic,
Sexy, sassy, glamorous and gallus, la Clique again gives late night audiences a jaw droppingly great night out.