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The show took me straight back to the 1990s and the movies Breakin’ and Breakin 2 Electric Boogaloo. 360 Allstars is for every child of the 1990s with beatboxing, what looks like impossible to do break-dancing, BMX tricks beyond belief, hair raising circus tricks, street skills and so much more. In an explosive hour that grabs every part of you, shakes you a round and draws you in. Now that’s what I call a show.

Not only is 360 Allstars a stunt show, it’s a near on miracle of perfection. However, these very talented performers manage to hold it together and time everything perfectly without breaking their necks is beyond me. Well it would do; I’m no stuntman, I was there to review the show.  

Each member also gets their own moment to show off their skills and everyone is as talented as the next.

And let’s not forget the musicians and the drummer that complemented everything happening in front of my eyes. They were amazing too.

It’s hard to put all this energy into one hour, but somehow they achieved it.

The show might not be perfect for the elderly, people of a nervous disposition or very young children, as the music is very loud and relentless strobing, but it’s far from boring. It gets the thumbs up from me.

If you’re in Edinburgh for the Fringe don’t miss it.

360 Allstars, Assembly Hall, Venue 35, Edinburgh, daily until 29 August at 16.20.



360 Allstars Edinburgh Fringe review
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