CIRCUS, THEATRE, COMEDY, MUSIC – WHAT MORE COULD YOU POSSIBLY NEED IN 1 SHOW?
One of the UK’s leading contemporary circuses will make its Adelaide Fringe debut with the acclaimed Hotel Paradiso
‘Hotel Paradiso’ combines thrillingly spectacular and daring circus skills including incredible acrobatics, clowning and juggling with theatrical storytelling, slapstick and physical comedy in this colourful, loud and funny show from a real ‘proper old-fashioned contemporary circus company’, Lost in Translation.
Add a stunning soundtrack from Roger Eno (yes, brother of Brian) and Hotel Paradiso becomes THE must see for adults and families this year’s Fringe
It’s a circus with a hilarious storyline that loses none of the ‘wow’ factor as incredibly skilled performers reveal just what happens when Madame and her charming staff of the quirkily ineffective Hotel Paradiso battle to save their home and livelihood against ‘The Banker’!!
Hotel Paradiso – suitable for ages 5 to 105
Performing at the Fringe is all about doing something different, about striving for progress in your artistic field. International circus company, Lost In Translation, have taken that spirit to heart & evolved something special out of the traditional circus format MUMBLE CIRQUE
★★★★★ Easily the best family show at the Edinburgh Fringe Theatre Reviews
★★★★★ A fun filled show packed with inventive comedy and dazzling physical skills Stage Talk Magazine
★★★★ Just what a circus should be A Younger Theatre
★★★★ An enchanting and exciting display of dexterity and humour Three Weeks
★★★★The best combination of circus and theatre British Theatre Guide
one of the most anarchic, maniacal hours of circus, perfect Matt Trueman, Fest
Storytelling and circus skills are beautifully combined The Scotsman
VENUE: THE PEACOCK – GLUTTONY
DATES: THROUGHOUT FRINGE – EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY 9 MARCH (@4.40pm)
TICKETS: FROM $22