Circus Interviews

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Circa: Humans

There are a lot of circus shows going around Edinburgh this Festival, making it difficult to distinguish between the good and the outstanding. That being said, Humans is definitely the latter. A powerful celebr...

Sigma

There aren’t many places you’ll find a show the combines Indian dancing and juggling, but Sigma is the show you didn't realise you needed - and that’s what the Edinburgh Fringe is all about. Four women, two dan...

Cirkopolis

Based on the film, Metropolis, Cirque Eloize’s latest production Cirkopolis is sure to be one of the most awe-inspiring things you’ll see this Fringe. In the Pleasance’s newest venue at the EICC, Cirque Eloi...

No Show

This is circus with a message. The five women in No Show want to be heard and want to show you that they don’t just have to look pretty and smile all the time to be good performers - that’s not their trick. Wom...

Paris de Nuit

Step under the big top and into the glamorous, gilded, glitzy Palais Du Variete for an hour of sultry showmanship. Whether you’re lounging back in a luxurious booth, drink in hand or watching up-close in the se...

Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams

The energy that flies out from Circus Abyssinia’s Ethiopian Dreams is delightfully electric and infectious. It may be their first time at the Fringe but don’t let the youthful ensemble lead you to believe that ...