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In 1957, Moscow street dog Laika was selected by the Soviet space programme as their canine guinea pig. Poor Laika had no choice in...

The most astonishing thing about this story is its origin in the historical event of the first ever giraffe arriving in France in 1827...

Magic and clowning are brought together in rounded narrative structure under Gerry Mulgrew's direction of Jango Starr in One Man Shoe. In this family...

As it suggests in the title, the premise of Sweatshop, the new late-night cabaret/circus hybrid from the Briefs Factory is that the circus is...

Aside from entertainment there is a part of the cabaret performance that, no matter how vintage it appears, should reflect at least some aspect...

Cirkopolis has technical feats aplenty but its lacks a real storytelling soul. Intended as a family-friendly reworking of Metropolis, the narrative clarity is somewhat...

Smoothly moving on from their time-travelling schtick, the enthusiastic Rhys Morgan and curmudgeonly Robert West build on their stage personas in this thoroughly entertaining...

Circa’s work has always explored the poetic possibilities of the human body. While some of the Australian circus company’s previous shows have been more...

A series of productions from New Zealand is taking place at the Edinburgh Fringe this year and included is the Modern Maori Quartet, a...

Current news is dominated by the plight of people forced to leave their home countries, to flee from war and abandon their lives. Yet...

Circus company Feathers of Daedalus’ steampunk re-imagining of Coppelia – the classic comic ballet about a clockwork doll and her maniacal maker – needs...

Jordan & Skinner, who made a huge impact with their one-woman show Sanitise, return with a two-handed, non-verbal piece, At a Stretch. It’s an everyday story of two...
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