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25-08-00, 04:32 PM (GMT)
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"Cirque Eloize"
   All right, it's not particularly balletic, but London readers who are stuck for something to do during a 2-week ballet "desert" might like to check this out. It's at the Barbican Theatre until the end of next week, not the traditional three-ring-circus-type circus, but rather more of an indoor cabaret-style, if that doesn't sound too denigrating. It's been very well received at the Edinburgh Festival in the past, and I went last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. Aerialists, rope acts, juggling, tumblers all combining to produce a very entertaining evening.

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Bruce Madmin

27-08-00, 11:46 PM (GMT)
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   I saw them last year up in Edinburgh and could not agree more about them being well worth seeing. They chamed me sensless:


There are some other reviews as well - use Links then Reviews Advanced Search to hunt them down.

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