Top skills on show

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Health -

IT may have taken 10 years for award­win­ning show La­Soiree to de­but in WA but it was cer­tainly worth the wait.

Com­bin­ing the most en­ter­tain­ing com­po­nents of cabaret, new bur­lesque, cir­cus sideshow and con­tem­po­rary vaudeville, the pro­duc­tion is a spec­ta­cle of fun and fab­u­lous tal­ent.

From the sheer phys­i­cal­ity and dis­play of strength from strongmen The English Gents to the cheeky hula hoop dis­play of Jess Love, it is clear to see why the troupe has ex­pe­ri­enced such suc­cess from hum­ble be­gin­nings at Ed­in­burgh Fes­ti­val Fringe.

Now Fringe World 2015 gets its turn to be se­duced by Ber­lin found­ing mem­ber David O’mer as he per­forms his mem­o­rable steamy bath-time aerial rou­tine un­til Fe­bru­ary 22.

Pho­tos at­my­commu­nity.

Pic­tures: Matt Jelonek

Top: The English Gents; above: Bath boy.

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