Mix and mingle circus entertainer.
Jinx the Genie
The perfect Arabian family entertainer.
Captain Jack Flapp
A very loud knife juggling pirate who is a dab hand at sword balloon modelling too.
Felix Brent - English Gent
A Victorian genius! He's a very well spoken charmer of a chap, complete with penny farthing. "Rah rah, I'm riding my BICYCLE!!" He shouts, as if the world has never even heard the word 'bicycle' before. He has a box full of tricks that he 'acquired' (read 'pinched') from his "Old Uncle Silas" and proceeds to show the people gathering around some of the trickery.
Wise Paul and his Crystal Ball
Contact juggling Wizard who also unicycles and does a few bits of magic. Not much magic, mind you. It all seems to have diappeared.
BMX Bike Show
Includes various sizes of unicycles too, and lots of oldschool flatland BMX tricks. These are the tricks you do on the ground, there are no ramps involved. This is working very well in arenas and proving very popular at the moment. Avery exciting twenty five minute show with large amounts of audience participation and HUGE bunnyhops!
Crystal the Fairy
"My name is Crystal the Fairy -
My legs are so gorgeous it's scary!
My hair is quite neat,
My voice is quite deep,
And there's hair on my chin, so be wary!"
She has an awful west country accent (Crystal from Bristol) and has a whole street show in her pretty little 'Sleeping Beauty' suitcase, and a very tall unicycle to play with. Once she dons her 'evil fairy horns' (from Claire's Accessories) she will end the show by dressing some poor bloke up as a fairy and getting him to be her glamorous assistant/victim. Wand juggling a go-go, Kids love her. Old folks adore her. Mums and Dads tolerate her. Teenagers usually just run away. Unique family entertainment, for sure. Also available on roller skates.
Roger Blighty and Betsy Blue the Biplane Bicycle
In a bid to become a magnificent man in his flying machine, Roger Blighty created "Betsy Blue". With a six foot wingspan, a loud onboard sound system, and a penny farthing for an undercarriage, Roger and Betsy bring to life all of the sights and sounds associated with the early days of flight, in the wackiest way imaginable... At the touch of a button, nostalgic tunes such as The Ride of the Valkyries and the Dambusters theme (and many more) are coupled with a vast array of comedy sound effects such as fly-bys, engine start/stop/splutters and even car alarms! Roger Blighty is a totally unique act that never fails to amuse. He is larger and louder than life!
Jennie Clarke, Bromley Council