It’s bigger, bolder and more ambitious, and still retains that same full-on energy and sense of fun that has made it one of the most popular family shows of the Fringe.
There’s juggling, skipping, aerial work, slapstick, balancing and spinning. Some of last year’s favourite acts remain, but the new inclusions are astounding.
Le Petit Circus’s evolution and growth is clear to see; however, some of the breaks and dead space between acts still remain and could do with a little further refinement. It’s the only thing that prevents this from being a five-star show.
That said the acts are fun and captivating and delivered with a youthful enthusiasm that is impossible not to get swept up in.
This isn’t a children’s circus show. It’s a circus show for all ages that just happens to be a safe choice for families.
Gluttony - The Octagon, until March 19
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