A MADLY IN LOVE SNOWSTORM
Blizzard, the newest FLIP Fabrique creation (Attrape-moi and Transit), is a guaranteed moment of pure wonder for young and old alike. In a soft winter-like atmosphere, the Québec-city-based company brings us into a sublime journey that’s sure to impress. Like children in a snow storm, the audience will rediscover the joy and excitement that come with those magical moments where play is king. Blizzard won’t blindside spectators, but rather reveal all the beauty that makes winter. This storm turns sky and ground into a white blur, featuring acrobats and jugglers playing in snow and showing off their skills. It proves once again, through numerous feats, that they’re at the top of their game. The show’s exceptional visual poetry will warm your heart and even make cold haters forget the torments of winter!
School Matinees on December 17th - 19th. Click here for more information.
ABOUT FLIP FABRIQUE
FLIP Fabrique grew out of the friendship and dream of circus performers in 2011. The company designs high quality and playful shows punctuated by breathtaking and truly elegant performances.
With more than 1000 performances to their credit and with shows such as Attrape-moi, Transit and Blizzard in more than 20 countries, FLIP Fabrique is made up of world-class multidisciplinary performers. They have worked with the prestigious Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Éloize, and taken part in many international circus festivals.
Whether in conjunction with the Ville de Québec for its summer shows Crépuscule and Féria, - seen by 500,000 people over the four seasons 2015 to 2019 - or through its many artistic collaborations, FLIP Fabrique brings a fresh take on contemporary circus, coupled with an uncanny ability to have fun and move an audience. They translate from life to life, from the heart to the heart, the body to the body.
" Blizzard. What can I say? Go and see them. You will not forget it! "
The Edinburgh Reporter
« Moments like these are when circus turns into ballet, with the sheer beauty of the exquisite moves, seemingly effortless, though we know it is dangerous and requires great strength and trust between the artists. »