Walkabout street entertainers and community event animators.
The exploration of two opposites. By using the exploration of magic, manipulation skills and character clowning they have created a uneasy relationship between two characters that continuously breaks and reforms, interacting with the audience who eagerly await the next bizarre twist. Two monochrome players, one dressed completely in white, the other in black struggle to maintain their own singular appearance as the laws of nature and humanity seem to thwart them at every turn. Unpredictable, impossible, mystifying, unique, all these words are connected by the experience called BLITE. Strolling or static, everything in life is black or white.
The Curious Cabaret
A recreation of the old time music hall atmosphere, reminiscent of the vaudeville variety stage. During the performance traditional juggling props such as balls and clubs are replaced by everyday household objects. The act is a skilful silent comedy accompanied by 1930s jazz piano music based on a cafe containing an aloof waiter and a mayhem causing customer. The act includes juggling and manipulation of bottles, trays, dinner plates and various food items creating an exciting visual spectacle. The performance culminates in a perilous rolla-bolla balancing trick which incorporates a balance on a folding chair on top of a rolling bottle on a high table whilst juggling four objects.
The Curious Eyebrows are internationally experienced workshop leaders in circus skills.
They have a wide experience of teaching children and adult groups including those with special needs.
The Curious Eyebrows have developed an exciting and visual show especially for young audiences.
Their hilarious show combines a whole range of circus skills with audience participation and has always been well received by audience and supervisors alike.
An ideal complement to any function as walkabout entertainers.
The Curious Eyebrows can meet and greet your guests with a display of our skills or mix and mingle, where appropriate interacting with small groups
Judith Howell, Claremont Infants School (Ten years of shows)
Organising team, Manchester Streets Ahead Festival
Rachael West, St Helens World of Glass