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LIMBO says
Jan 20 - Feb 19 2017
Fringeworld Perth

The greatest party between heaven and hell returns!

The Cabaret Award winner and sell-out sensation of last year's festival, LIMBO is back by popular demand after whisking audience’s world-wide into a sinister netherworld of dirty & dangerous circus-cabaret.

From the creators of Blanc de Blanc, this record-breaking, award-winning sensation is a celebration of otherworldly proportions, directed by Scott Maidment (Strut & Fret), set to Sxip Shirey’s thrilling live score and presented in a magnificent 1920s inspired Spiegeltent.

Music is the dominating force of the production, with the ecstatic melodies, irreverent electric-acoustic noise and playful, sexy beats lead by formidable Ringmaster, Elyas Khan and accompanied by exceptional musicians Mick Stuart and Eamon McNelis.

LIMBO’s stunning international cast also features: Coney Island’s sword swallower and vintage beauty, Heather Holliday; French gravity-defying Chinese pole master, beatboxer and clown, Mikael Bres; Australia’s acrobatic dancing sensation Hilton Denis; and mind-bending French contortionist and acrobat, Aurelien Oudot.

Go again and relive the magic, or if you missed out last time, come and see what all the fuss is about. Don't miss your chance to see the show so hot, Madonna came twice!


‘The international ensemble's� work is undoubtedly amongst the best in town’ ★★★★ Time Out (UK)

★★★★★ 'LIMBO raises the bar.' The West Australian

★★★★★ 'It's sensational.' Out in Perth

'Chilling and thrilling... so close to the action you can smell the� sweat' ★★★★ Metro (UK)

‘A spirit of devilish revelry’ ★★★★ The �Times (UK)

‘A thrilling new circus-cabaret extravaganza’ ★★★★ Daily Telegraph (UK)

‘A wild conglomeration of traditional circus, acrobatics, gymnastics, dance, illusion and music all presented with utmost grace, skill and humour. Don't miss it!' ★★★★★ Whatsonstage (UK)
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