From risque adults only performances to sidesplitting fun for the kids, some of the country's best acrobats are heading to Melbourne Fringe this October.
Acclaimed show GODZ will return to the Festival Park from November 3-29.
Audiences will join Cupid (the God of Love), Hercules (the God of Strength) and Dionysus (the God of Wine) as they paint Ancient Greece red with the biggest party to hit Mount Olympus since 500 BCE in this fun, conceptual show.
Presented by Head First Acrobats, the jaw-dropping show combines storytelling and circus in a show that features gravity-defying stunts, tests of strength and muscularity, and some surprise comic twists.
Head First Acrobats will also offer another two shows for lovers of circus and laughter during the festival.
Coming to audiences late on Friday and Saturday nights from October 6-28 is Crème de la Crème.
Starring the best of the best, audiences can expect world-class acrobatics from seasoned performers in a show that will feature physical comedy, and a bit of cheeky nudity.
Running for eight shows only, the show is a must see for people who like their acrobatics adults only.
If you're looking for a show suitable for taking the kids to, PreHysterical might be more your ticket.
The show follows three foolish Neanderthals as they struggle to survive, taking audiences through an action-packed hour of incredible circus while they avoid hazards such as predators and severe environments, and learn to work together.
The show features a great mix of slapstick comedy for the kids, and tongue-in-cheek humour for the adults.
GODZ: October 3-29, Tues to Sun 7pm. Concession tickets $39-$45. Warnings: this event has strobe lighting, haze effects, full frontal nudity, moderate coarse language, sudden loud noises and drug references. Book here.
Crème de la Crème: October 6-28. Friday and Saturday nights at 10pm. Tickets $40 concession. Warnings: contains strobe lighting, haze effects, full frontal nudity, moderate coarse language, sudden and sustained loud noises. Book here.
PreHysterical: October 14-29, Saturdays and Sundays, 3:30pm. Family and concession tickets $25. Warnings: this event has strobe lighting, haze effects, sudden loud noises. Book here.
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