This lively cabaret show has plenty of energy to recommend it, even if the execution isn't always as polished as one might like. There's the option to eat and drink during the show, at tables around the stage, or you can sit in the bleachers. It all takes place in a punked-up atmosphere with plenty of guitar and drum riffs that link together the acts. Over the course of two hours, you might meet a couple on a spinning 'wheel of death', a trapeze artist suspended from the ceiling, a motorbike on a wire, a lighty-clad fakir, and many more. It's a high-octane evening thats a little different each time, with plenty of sensual charm despite an occasionally ramshackle air.