“A phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation, 360 ALLSTARS connects the street with the elite to deliver a radical urban circus.”
Beats, BMX, drums, freestyle basket-balling, break-dancing and roue cyr wheel artistry – the moment I saw this in the Fringe Guide I was excited. It did not disappoint.
Forming an international collective of elite artists in all-things rotation, the 360 Allstars is a high-energy, exciting and impressive hour-long show of everything awesome.
Sam Perry (UK), chart-topping artist hosts the show on high with a sound track of live looping, hip-hop, beat boxing and drum machining in tandem with Gene Peterson (AUS), award winning drum-master. Meanwhile world-champion BMX star Peter Sore (Hungary), world-champion break-dancers B-Boy Kareem (USA) and B-Boy Leerok (NZ) rip up the floor along with acclaimed freestyle basketball ‘Basket Ball Man’ (USA) and Roue Cyr Wheel Master Rhys Miller (AUS).
You get the idea – these guys are the best.
It’s loud, energetic and you will be required to cheer, clap, shout and generally get yourself caught up in the energy.
360 All Stars is brilliant for all ages. We made a family-date of it with my 7 and 8 year old, but would’ve enjoyed it equally without the kids… although I would’ve missed out on the beautiful look of awe on my sons’ faces. (Note to self – buy extra bandaids for the inevitable stunt-attempts to follow).
If you’re looking for something a little different to take the family to, or are wanting to see a unique and exciting show this Fringe, book yourself in to see 360 All Stars. They have an impressive amount of shows, but once word gets out you may be left disappointed as tickets sell out.
For more information about this show and ticket bookings, please see the Adelaide Fringe website here.
See our posts about all things Fringe here.
What: 360 Allstars
When: Shows are on most days until Sunday 19 March 2017
Where: Panama Club at Royal Croquet Club | Pinky Flat – War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide
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