Male acrobat carrying female acrobat across his shoulders as a laundry basket of clothes is thrown on to them from above
Two acrobats lounging on a black sofa. One is reading a book upside down while they other is in a handstand attempting to read the same book
Female acrobat carrying male acrobat across her shoulders with an annoyed expression as she sits in a black sofa

Love Life Laundry

Circus • Physical Theatre
Western Australia • Adelaide Fringe Premiere

What happens when two acrobats fall in love?  The quirks, the antics, the bed sheet wars, and other everyday moments are explored by two love birds in a circus show celebrating the ups and downs of their love. 

Peek into the domestic lives of Anthony and Fay as they retell the twist and tumbles of their relationship through a unique fusion of powerful aerials, silly acrobatics, and absurd dance in a light-hearted, wholesome show.  

Be ready to laugh, blush, roll your eyes and have your heartstrings pulled!  

"A contemporary relationship story performed in an eclectic mix of dance, gymnastics, acrobatics and theatre." ★★★★ Out in Perth 2021  


17th of February performance only:

The perfect ticket to buy with a loved one. A glass of champagne, seats next to one another, and a Valentine's treat to accompany your enjoyment of the perfect Valentine's Fringe love story.

Presented by: Circus Sorbet

Circus Sorbet is the celebration of love between performers and life partners Anthony Tran and Fay McFarlane. They are a true ‘Fringe’ love story having met at Fringe World in 2015, subsequently falling in love, and then spend the following years building their skills and life together. Fay comes from an acrobatic background of pole and various circus forms. Anthony started with hip hop dance before dabbling in all sorts of different physical disciplines and practices. The collision of these two bodies results in a unique blend of movement, acrobatics, dance, and aerial circus. These popular West Australian performers have been a firm favourite at Perth’s Fringe World and will now make their first foray outside of their home state to debut as Circus Sorbet!

Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • Emotional roller-coaster 1
  • Bang for your buck 3
  • Over the years I have seen and reviewed a lot of circus and acrobatic shows. None however, come close to Love Life Laundry. - Ben Stefanoff, Glam Adelaide

  • A circus show that possesses everything that makes other acrobatic performances good but that rises above the rest... - James Murphy, Weekend Notes

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