Acts (click the act for more info)
Syrovy enters the space and everyday objects conspire against him: newspapers become sails, there is a waterfall of cutlery, he dances with chairs and clothes confound him.
Led by an eclectic soundtrack Syrovy travels through a succession of homages to his fantasy icons.
The show is inspired by the comic routines of Buster Keaton, Harpo Marx, Gene Kelly and Neil Armstrong and is both spectacular, and meticulously detailed.
“..a beautifully constructed and executed solo show by James Macpherson that combines silent-movie clowning, acrobatics and slackrope walking to explore one man’s ambivalent relationship with everyday objects.”
Total Theatre Magazine
Award-winning musical comedian Rachel Parris performs in character as Felice, the world-famous Vegas diva. Expect power ballads, words of wisdom and a lot of sequins.
"One sometimes doubts that Britain's got talent, but Parris has it in spades" - Guardian
"exquisitely vacuous, absolutely delicious" - TimeOut
Harrison Richards has a winning way with his audience,he s the antidote to grand, showy, mind-reading spectaculars. Richard keeps the pace moving and the humour flowing, Such is his affability that it’s only after the show that you realise how skilful he actually is.
Chris Marley will astound you with his highly original act involving huge cube manipulation as well as with Glow juggling objects.