What: 360 ALLSTARS
Where: The Flamingo at Gluttony – Rymill Park
Duration: 60 minutes
When: now through to March 15th
Genre: Circus and Physical Theatre / Cross-Artform
By Tomika Salerno
‘360 AllStars’, urban circus, returns with more flips and tricks, packed full of BMX biking, dancing, basketball, beat boxing, acrobats and drumming. Onyx Productions the masterminds behind ‘360 AllStars’ have previously sold out shows on Broadway, Edinburgh Fringe and the Sydney Opera House. A great performance if you’re looking for something to take your kids too.
I liked the idea of an urban circus, something a little bit different and out of the ordinary. I personally loved the beat boxing and drumming, as it was cool, energetic and went really well with the acts that were being performed on stage. They did a great job in interacting with the audience, and made everyone laugh. This is a great show to take the kids along to, as it is playful and aimed at more of the younger age group, hence being in the 3.30pm time slot. If you’re an adult and are looking for something a little more stimulating then maybe choose a different show at a later time.
‘360 All Star’s is a creative show that has added a little bit of difference to the Adelaide Fringe. I guarantee the kids will leave happy, and probably bugging you to see more. If this is the case, take them to another Onyx Productions show ‘Circuit’, also showing in Gluttony.