Note: This review is from the 2015 Fringe

@ Assembly Hall, Edinburgh, until Mon 31 Aug 2015  (not 17) @16:15

A team consisting seven performers at the top of their game, 360 ALLSTARS is a phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation, connecting the street with the elite, bringing an extreme urban circus to the Edinburgh Fringe.

With an elite international cast, including the two-time World Champion BMX Flatlander Peter Sore (Hungary); two World Champion breakdancers, B-Boy Kareem (USA) and B-Boy Leerok (New Zealand); the internationally acclaimed basketball freestyler Basketball Man (USA); and the exceptional roue cyr artist Rhys Miller (Australia), 360 ALLSTARS is a spectacular fusion of the extraordinary artistry that emerges from street culture.

And with award-winning live musicians, 360 ALLSTARS is a fast paced production that leaves you wowed. It’s loud (those with a nervous disposition should don their ear plugs), fast paced and hugely entertaining.

Chart-topping vocal loop artist Sam Perry (UK) and award-winning percussionist Gene Peterson (Australia)—who is also the show’s director—command the stage throughout, as the street artists perform their extraordinary individual skills and tricks. This is a slick show: a multimedia extravaganza to amaze your eyes, demonstrating skills have obviously been honed over many years.

Grab your ticket quick and become one of the cool dudes. This energetic show is destined to be a sell-out. And kids, don’t try the 360 ALLSTARS tricks at home. It takes years of practice to make perfect.