- 16 August 2016
A solitary man dressed in a red top hat and frock coat appears on stage. He turns out to be the compere for tonight’s entertainment at the fictional Empire Theatre, meant to be the show’s setting.
- The List
- 15 August 2016
This is a show that has it all: acrobatics, humour, juggling, dance, word play, audience participation, oh, and hula hoops too – in every colour of the rainbow and a few more besides.
- Fest - festival guide
- 13 August 2016
Five women demolish cultural stereotypes with songs, acrobatics and dance.
- The Scotsman
- 05 August 2016
“ONLY the bravest souls will survive the trail,” warns Alnwick Castle’s guide to its fairy tale-themed garden. Never a truer word, I think, wobbling as I stand on the gravel path watching a guide remove the cover from a mobility scooter.
- The List
- 01 August 2016
A six-foot jellyfish stretches out its tentacles to touch a young boy and his family as it dances and glides around the stage. The puppet turns out to be an unwelcome guest in the home of a children's book writer and his son.