Brass Monkeys

1 Venue

The Factory at The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Rundle Park / Kadlitpina (Park 13), Rundle Rd and, East Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Content warnings

G

Ideal Age Range:

3 years to 10 years

Family Friendly:

Yes

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
  • 2020 Weekly Award Winner

About this event

The creators of 'Children are Stinky' bring you an all new, action-packed, super exciting circus spectacular.

Brass Monkeys celebrates kids who march to the beat of their own drum. Bursting with high calibre acrobatics, a ton of comedy, live music and high flying tricks, this show is perfect for little kids and grown ups who like a big brass belly laugh!

Performed by powerhouse duo Kyle Raftery and April Dawson (Lunar Circus, Circus Oz) and directed by Malia Walsh (heaps of stuff). This talented trio are famous for combining circus skills of epic proportion and comedy for all ages.

Recommended for children between 3-10 and grown ups who like a laugh.

"S Club 7 dialled up to eleven buffoonery that makes this show stand out from the crowd." ★★★★★ The Hook (NZ)

Presented by:
Circus Trick Tease

Circus Trick Tease has been touring internationally for 10 years. Launching in 2008 with their award winning self titled show at the Melbourne Fringe, they have gone from strength to strength creating a diverse range of work over the years.
Their previous work for families "Children are Stinky" took Edinburgh by storm by winning the coveted Children's Choice Award (2016), 5 Star reviews and total sellout seasons 3 years in a row.
They also won Best Children's Show at FRINGE WORLD 2018. Brass Monkeys is their latest work and they are overjoyed to be presenting at Adelaide Fringe.

Reviews

  • “S Club 7 dialed up to eleven buffoonery that makes this show stand out from the crowd.” - ROSHEEN FITZGERALD, The Hook
  • “holds the whole tent spellbound, with a mixture of lively humour and truly amazing acrobatics.” - Ed Fringe Review
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