Circus

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Review: Late Bloomers- Scotland! at Assembly Bijou

Throughout the world Scotland is known as a nation of tartan-clad drunks. Scots – the stereotypes say – spend their days raging against the English, belting Auld Lang Syne while hunting wild Haggis. In this jo...
4★★★★

Review: Blizzard by Flip Fabrique at Assembly Hall

Blizzard opens with a warning that the adverse weather conditions may mean limited visibility, to the extent that we may not believe our eyes. Halfway through the show, a small child wonders up to the stage wi...
4★★★★

Review: Knot at Assembly Roxy

I used to think “dance partner” was the solution to the problem of gender-neutral relationship terminology. After all, a relationship should be more like a dance than a business venture... OK, it was a stupid ...
3★★★

Review: Lovely Girls at Zoo Southside

Lovely Girls is an all-singing, all-dancing, much thrusting and grimacing show about two young women’s struggles to be themselves. This show explores internalized sexism and social anxiety through a series of ...
3★★★

Review: Heroes at Underbelly

Mixing aerial skills, dance theatre and contemporary circus, ‘Heroes’ has the ingredients to be a truly fantastic show. It explores the themes of celebrity culture and who our heroes are. The show glimmers wit...

RING MASTERS

International circus stars demonstrate their superpowers at the Fringe, with feats of endurance not for the faint-hearted Words Anna Rieser Black Blues Brothers Combining the classic tunes of The Blues Bro...
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