LOFT

What do you call a "flat share" in the language of acrobatics? "LOFT"!


Season: February 2012 – February 2013

Get ready for several artistic surprises and a great deal of humour, as the highly entertaining show from the Canadian company "the 7 fingers" provides it all.

 

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What do you call a "flat share" in the language of acrobatics? "LOFT"! As in every flat share, the tenants laugh and discuss, dream and philosophise, but as you can expect everything is a little bit different with these first-class artists: A curtain is used to performed elegant aerial acrobatics, a floor lamp quickly transforms into a dance partner and a fruit basket offers an abundance of juggling utensils...

Get ready for several artistic surprises and a great deal of humour, as the highly entertaining show from the Canadian company "the 7 fingers" provides it all.

With their virtually inexhaustible ingenuity, the former Cirque du Soleil artists have already won several international awards. At the "Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain" in Paris, the largest festival for contemporary circus, the "7 fingers" took home gold several times. Their innovative productions have garnered critical acclaim. In 2011, TIME magazine selected their act "Traces" as the one of the ten best shows and they were invited to American smash hit TV series "America’s got Talent", where they left the jury speechless.

Ingenious, original, spectacular and a little bit crazy – come join us in by far the most extraordinary flat share of all times.

In the Press

"A gift from the god of performing arts!"
Le Devoir / Kanada

"fresh and cheeky"
Berliner Zeitung / Germany

"One of the most brilliant shows of the decade"
Arts de la Piste / France

"A visually rich evening of entertainment, wonder, and a bit of intellectualism..... Call it fusion cuisine for the eyes and ears, fun and complex"
San Francisco Weekly / USA

"The gently unorthodox, intelligently wry and breathtakingly skillful wonder of the "new circus" is called The 7 fingers!"
San Francisco Chronicle / USA

 
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