Talent and Imagination Collide in a Spectacular Showcase of Australia’s Best Young Circus Performers in TEMPO

Published by: Kabuku PR | 20-Feb-2024
When the orchestra hasn't shown up and the audience is waiting, call the Flying Fruit Fly Circus!
Talent and Imagination Collide in a Spectacular Showcase of Australia’s Best Young Circus Performers in TEMPO
“The Fruit Flies and their effortlessly playful antics could make any kid in the audience want to get up and give it a go” – Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's National Youth Circus, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus is thrilled to present the national tour of their latest awe-inspiring extravaganza, TEMPO.

A highly distinguished musician has arrived to conduct their latest symphony, but the orchestra is nowhere to be found. Fortunately, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus kids are ready to save the day!

Directed by Jake Silvestro with an original score by Ania Reynolds, TEMPO features an extraordinary ensemble of young performers aged 12 – 18 years who will flip, juggle, balance and dive their way into audience’s heart.

Shifting between striking aerial acts and highly choreographed acrobatic chaos, TEMPO draws heavily on the traditional knockabout humour of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus – a trademark of the company over many years.

Suitable for families of all ages, magic, slapstick, juggling, balancing, acrobatics and aerials tumble in, out and around the concert grand piano.

Performer Emma Giasoumi (14) said, “I am so grateful to be a part of Tempo, I feel like all of our personalities shine through the show. A wise woman said, ‘Go see TEMPO!’ So I guess you better go see TEMPO!”

Flying Fruit Fly Circus’ Artistic Director, Anni Davey said, “We are so excited to bring TEMPO to audiences around Australia. These precociously talented young acrobats are the circus superstars of the future!”

For more information visit: https://fruitflycircus.com.au/performance/tempo/


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