Top 5 international dance shows at Fringe 2012
- Kelly Apter
- 29 July 2012
This article is from 2012.
Featuring Latin Live, Hi-Kick, Mother Africa, Rhythmic Circus and Knee Deep
The team that brought you Brazil! Brazil! are back, with another hot and steamy show that mixes Latin rhythms, sensational vocals and the kind of dancing they don’t teach you at Sunday school.
Assembly Rooms, 0844 693 3008, until 26 Aug, 10.45pm, £16.
Who knew that football and dance could be such good bedfellows? This fun show from South Korea blends dance, humour and superb football skills to create a unique and entertaining theatrical experience.
Assembly Hall, 623 3030, until 27 Aug (not 6, 13, 20), 4.05pm, £13–£15 (£11–£13). Previews until 3 Aug, £8.
Over a million people have seen this large-scale mix of music, dance and circus skills. Performed by an 18-strong cast, the show features traditional African rhythms, purportedly the world’s most flexible man and the world’s smallest bicycle.
Assembly Hall, 623 3030, until 27 Aug (not 13, 20), 2.20pm, £15–£17.50 (£14). Previews until 3 Aug, £10.
Using everything from sand to folding chairs, the Minneapolis-based group comprised of tap dancers, vocalists and musicians, present their infectiously feel-good show, Feet Don’t Fail Me Now.
Assembly George Square, 623 3030, until 27 Aug (not 13, 20), 3.40pm, £15–£17 (£13–£15). Previews 1–3 Aug, £10.
Featuring performers from 2009 Fringe hit, CIRCA, this newly formed circus troupe from Australia blend thoughtful movement with some jaw-dropping feats.
Assembly George Square, 623 3030, until 27 Aug (not 13, 20), 7.35pm, £14–£15 (£13–£14). Previews 2 & 3 Aug, £10.