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24th October 2019
Limitless
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Come to Salou and perform at The House Of Illusion!

We are delighted to be working with RJP Entertainment to present, ‘Limitless’. The event will be an all inclusive showcase, combining Dance, Musical Theatre, Magic and Circus all coming together on the stage at The House of Illusion, in Salou, Spain.

With fabulous costumes, professional music production, state of the art lighting, intros, outros and a fabulous atmosphere, we are thrilled to offer the chance for groups of all abilities, to have their moment under the spotlight.

Each group will be able to perform up to 10 minutes and will be given their own rehearsal & technical time on stage prior to the show.  There will also be appearances by industry leading circus professionals and the entire evening will be hosted by a world class magician.

Family and friends are invited to a dazzling entertainment show, watching their stars perform. Sitting in the beautiful surroundings of the House of Illusion, you can sit back, relax and enjoy a truly outstanding cabaret experience.

Limitless, is dedicated to giving ALL performers, the chance to shine on stage. We will work with your group to accommodate most requests, so get in touch now to book your slot!

 

Limitless Event Date: 18th April 2020

Whats Included:

  • Pre-Show technical run through and performance on the 18th April
  • Entrance to “Limitless”
  • Show programme
  • ****Flights to Spain, accommodation and transfers are NOT INCLUDED****

Check out the venue here;

Contact Jolly-Mess now to book!!
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13th March 2019
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It has been a busy week for the team at Showtime Circus, as we’ve opened our doors to the children of  St. Albans at the fabulous Trestle Arts Base, which we are very excited about. However, we have still managed to make time to go and support some local productions, by going to watch two wonderful circus themed shows.

First up, was “Barnum – The Musical” at the Radlett Centre, by The Radlett Musical Theatre Company. This was a great production with some very talented performers who really treated us to a spectacle, including all the usual aspects of musical theatre, with of course, some thrills of the circus too. It’s great that Circus has really grabbed the attention of the public, as we do throughly love what we do, so making it accessible to everyone is our goal too. If you saw the show and loved it as much as we did, then do come along and learn Stilt-Walking, Aerial Hoop, Tight-Wire, and more!

We then popped along to Heath Mount School near Welwyn, to watch a Circus themed dance show by the Cassana Performance Academy, the highlight was definitely the adorably cute lion cubs doing their tap dance. It was a fantastically put together show and I LOVE all of the references to circus and themed songs


13th February 2019
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After weeks of rehearsal and anticipation, I was super excited to finally see my “circus six” perform at this years gym and dance display at SJL. Jolly-Mess Junior and I took our seats and could definitely feel the excitement in the air, I could see everyone warming up and saw Circus Seahorse, Evie BeDazzle, Flexi Roxi, Gazelle, Geeky Giraffe and Phoenix Rose looking immaculate in their circus costumes, last minute nerves calmed a little by the gift of creme eggs and a group cuddle 😉

I was SO impressed by the set up and the standard, it was amazing to see so many children love an activity SO much, especially teenagers. It warmed my heart that there were siblings performing together and I especially enjoyed the Spiteri trio, it was fantastic to see what Matilda could do after working with her in panto this year! Another shout out must go to the duo that was a definite highlight, Abi and Gabi Centro did a really clever and beautiful ballet and hip hop duet and I really enjoyed the concept and choreo, well done if you’re reading this 🙂

Obviously the stars of the show in my opinion were my Showtime Circus Six, I have been impressed by the level of maturity shown when devising this piece and they didn’t have a lot of input by me. Every opportunity is a learning curve and I have seen the girls grow as a group as they learn group dynamics and diplomacy, as well as some very impressive circus skills. They were well groomed and costumed and had a level of performance that made my heart so happy (they clearly listen to us teachers yelling “smile” and “enjoy it” occasionally!) Their moves on the lollipop hoop were executed with professionalism and confidence and you could clearly see that everyone was impressed by what they could do.

We both enjoyed it so much and could really feel the buzz in the air! It was a huge honour to be included in it this year and would like to thank SJL for allowing us to take part. We would LOVE to come back some time 😉