Review: Abandoman’s Moonrock Boombox

Review: Abandoman’s Moonrock Boombox

The word “talent” is thrown around far too liberally these days. With live entertainment so readily available in London it’s easy to get carried away in the revelry and become overly enthusiastic about the sub-standard. The same can definitely not be said for...
Circus Review: A Night Of Gravity

Circus Review: A Night Of Gravity

A Night of Gravity, the gala for students graduating from the 12 week intensive aerial course at Gravity Circus Centre, sees them performing alongside their teachers and, while the students don’t eclipse their masters, the sell-out crowd is a very warm one and...
Book Review: Gary Williams’ Cabaret Secrets

Book Review: Gary Williams’ Cabaret Secrets

In his book Cabaret Secrets, Gary Williams’ promises to reveal to the reader exactly how to “create your own show, travel the world and get paid to do what you love.” The well-travelled performer has used his own story to produce this guide to building a career in the...
Review: Le Gateau Chocolat’s Black

Review: Le Gateau Chocolat’s Black

Le Gateau Chocolat is renowned as a sumptuous, decadent treat: his monumental yet playful stage presence, that rich, emotional earthquake of a voice, the beard and, not least, all that lycra. Yet those who have followed his performative trajectory will know that this...
Review: Limbo

Review: Limbo

After a successful run in last year, Limbo is set to be the biggest circus show in town this summer again. It was designed specifically for a 1920s-style Spiegeltent so it’s a good job that they’re appearing in one at the South Bank’s London...
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