Tag Archives: Casus

Circa, Wunderkammer | Photo: Andy Phillipson

Play it, Sam: Circus at Ed Fringe 2013

August 27th, 2013 by

It was something of a golden year for circus at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013 with some astonishing work. It’s fast creating the argument for a dedicated circus section of the brochure; ‘dance and physical theatre’ just doesn’t cut it any more, Ed Fringe. Now sort it out before a hundred angry jugglers come knocking at […]

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Les 7 Doigts de le Main, Sequence 8 | Photo: Sylvie Ann Pare

Circus – a Tale of Two Cities

July 4th, 2013 by

This May saw two major UK festivals – Brighton Festival and the Norfolk & Norwich Festival (NNF) – presenting a hefty amount of circus work from across the world. Unsurprisingly, Quebec and Australia were heavily represented… The Quebec crew first: it’s hard for outsiders (and even insiders) to understand how a circus company could come […]

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Piff The Magic Dragon, Jurassic Bark

Edinburgh Cabaret Round-up

August 29th, 2012 by

The Bolshy, the Glam and the Outrageous More and more every year, the medium of cabaret is making its bolshy, glam, outrageous presence known at the Edinburgh Fringe. It’s often hard to tell the rough from the smooth, the tart from the tasteful, and audiences are faced with a countless bevy of burlesquers, saucy ironic […]

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