Cabaret & Circus Reviews


Review: Little Death Club at Underbelly Circus Hub

Bernie Dieter bursts on to stage to remind us that life is a cabaret, darlings, and a twisted and slightly perverted one at that. With more cabaret and variety on this year’s Fringe than my showgirl heart can...

Review: Casus: You & I at Assembly Roxy

The latest show from Casus Circus founders Jesse Scott and Lachlan McAulay, You & I is a deeply felt and visually stunning piece of physical theatre that takes an intimate look at love and a relationship be...

Review: Casting off at Assembly George Square Gardens

“Jaw-dropping” is a descriptor that gets thrown around a lot in entertainment criticism, but in the case of Casting Off, its use couldn’t be more warranted. Spectators watch the show unfold before them with m...

Review: Yummy at Assembly Roxy

These Aussie queens burst into their Edinburgh Fringe debut with a delectable array of drag and circus talent. From the classic and not-so-classic lip syncs to a slinky hula hooping display to some jaw-droppi...
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