“A collaboration begun, born from the heart of a playful nun, We created a show, and little did we know, what that show may become!”
Trash Cabaret is a multi – cultural circus cabaret extravaganza. Featuring artists and performers from around the world, Trash Cabaret sets out to give you an evening of carnival magic. Nomadic Orchestra, Ann Jangle, Crimson House, Trash Cabaret Band, Mzanzi Marching band, Acrobats, Tumblers , Aerialacrobats , Fire performances , Juggling , Burlesque, Art exhibitions, Afrikaburn donated art, Jumping castles, Theatrical performances.
We invite you to join the magic of Trash Cabaret!
Where you’ll be blown away by the amazing stage,
created to entertain you, your heart, your mind,
your body and your soul!
It doesn’t matter if you’re young or old,
or you may have had plans for Saturday 14th of May,
Ask those friends if they may also want to play on Saturday,
the 14th of May at the Trash Cabaret!!!
What is Trash Cabaret you may say?
Well, let`s take a moment to explain:
Trash Cabaret begun when a French Canadian nun, spun out of her robe whileguiding an egg from her head to her toe, once she held it there she kicked the egg into the air, caught in her mouth, and swallowed it down whole! This was her act, and in fact, what an act it was! Everywhere she did the act, it was met with great applause! She had many talented friends, who also loved to play. She invited them all to attend, with shows of their own to portray!
Photos by Jean-Olivier Curdy.
Trash Cabaret is a circus like no other. An underground gypsy contingent comprised of various performance groups – burlesque dancers, acrobats, jugglers, aerial artists, roaming characters, dancers of body and fire, and a full brass band to accompany the show. Taking the night out into a glorious party of carnival chaos!
Video of 2013 – warming up the vibe!
Key performance groups:Psychadelic Theatre, Sky Dance Studio, Action Arte and Black Orchid Burlesque.
Doors open 4pm
Activities start 6pm
8pm main show starts.
General enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are on Quicket, it’s cheaper if you buy sooner. Early bird tickets are R100. But they run out end of March. In April they are R120. Which isn’t plenty. On the day of the dreaming, theywill be slightly more. They will be R150 at the door.