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Shlomo's Beatbox Adventure for Kids, at Udderbelly (review)

Simon Shlomo Kahn jumps onto the Udderbelly stage with a big microphone in his hand looking more like Simon Bird in Friday Night Dinner (and my brother as a younger man) than a beatboxing champion and world recordbreaker who has worked with Ed Sheeran, Damon Albarn and Björk to name a handful of many. 738 more words

Kids

Closer, by Circa

Something a little different this week:  Closer by a circus troupe called Circa.  I’d seen posters when out and about on the tube, but that was scant preparation for seeming them on stage. 239 more words

5 Weekend Family Events for London Kids 

1) Imperial College Festival
This festival has hands-on science experiments, music workshops, comedy, dance, cookery and more, for the whole family. Free, just turn up, 12pm, until 8 May… 186 more words

Family Time

Closer at Udderbelly Festival

My first Udderbelly show of the year – and wow it set the bar high!

Closer is made up of a group of performers called Circa who perform a variety of circus skills in the intimate setting which is the purple cow! 218 more words

London

Closer by Circa - 17th April 2016, Udderbelly Festival (London Southbank)

Mesmerizing and beautiful, this headlining circus/acrobatics show is a stunning must see and a deserved headliner of this year’s Udderbelly festival.

5/5

The Udderbelly festival on London’s Southbank is an annual performing arts festival which has run since 2009 and features music, comedy, cabaret, circus and spoken word performances in the a now iconic upside down purple cow. 501 more words

Closer, Udderbelly at Southbank Centre

Five performers gleefully throw themselves around the stage inside Southbank’s upside down purple cow. Displays of tumbling, trapeze and acrobatics abound, but what makes Australian company Circa’s show different from other circus isn’t their physical skill. 489 more words

Review

Closer

The giant upside-down purple cow is a regular fixture on the South Bank in the summer, but somehow I’d never actually been to the Udderbelly Festival until now. 228 more words

Theatre