Circus Reviews

4★★★★

Review: Cirque Beserk! at Pleasance @ EICC

Cirque Berserk! will challenge your perceptions of circus, combining elements of theatre and traditional circus with modern stunts to wow and amaze. Beyond expertly choreographed trapeze, aerial silks and acr...
5★★★★★

Review: Djuki Mala at Assembly George Square Theatre

Djuki Mala’s joyous blend of traditional Aboriginal dance and modern music bursts onto the Edinburgh Fringe in a blaze of shouting, singing, yelling and some serious dance moves. This show will leave your heart...
3★★★

Review: Sushi Tap Show at Greenside Nicholson Square

Brought to the Edinburgh festival by Tokyo Tap Do!, Sushi Tap Show is a high-energy performance that provides light hearted entertainment, upbeat tap sequences, cheerful comedic interludes and circus tricks. ...
3★★★

Review: Réversible at Assembly Rooms

Perhaps something that gets overlooked at the Fringe is the importance of venue. Back in 2012, Russell Kane had to move his show from the Assembly Rooms Ballroom due to sound problems which plagued the comedi...
4★★★★

Review: Circa: Wolfgang at Underbelly’s Circus Hub

If we are to believe his characterisation in the film Amadeus, Mozart, the energetically boyish musical prodigy, is an excellent candidate for a circus routine: cheeky, and with a fabulous soundtrack to boot. ...
3★★★

Review: Flip Fabrique: Attrape Moi at Assembly Hall

Flip Fabrique are a returning act to the Edinburgh Festival and impressively they have managed to secure themselves one of the top venues in town, taking to the stage at Assembly Hall's Main Hall. Attrape Moi ...
5★★★★★

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...
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