Show times from 12.09.2018
|Wednesday, Thursday||07.00 pm (doors open at 06.00 pm) + 10.00 pm (doors open at 09.30 pm)|
|Friday, Saturday||07.30 pm (doors open at 06.30 pm) + 10.30 pm (doors open at 10.00 pm)|
|Sunday||04.30 pm (doors open at 03.30 pm) + 08.00 pm (doors open at 07.00 pm)|
Linda Sander, aerial artist from Berlin has brought her passion to the stage. Traveling the world for 5 years, the young artist not only convinces with her technical skills, but also with her presence and charisma. Her acts are characterized by a strong personality. With her intense, rebellious and emotional performances the audience will be captivated.
Blaze and David from California combine their worldwide unparalleled trapeze show elements of classical and modern body art, accompanied by thrilling Swing Jazz, under the roof of the old dance hall. High performance, powerful elegance and speed distinguish - a brilliant performance of these two great artists.
Maestro Voronin, a mysterious man who needs no words, has it’s own magic and reminiscents with his elegance of a bygone era. Maestro Voronin has a unique presence on the stage and dominates the legerdemain and illusions like no other. Because of that he is one of the most representatives of his art and is known everywhere in the world under the name “The Master”. It is his first time at the Tigerpalast and we are looking forward to his silent, mysterious appearances on our stage which stun our audience. Welcome to Frankfurt, Master Voronin.
3 balls, 3 hats, 3 cigar boxes. This is all that Kris Kremo needs to entertain his guests on the stages of the world. With lightness, inimitable elegance and the decisive hint of self-irony, Kris seeks with instinctive timing the perfect moment to amaze his guests once more. Now he and his son Harrison will be on stage together for the first time. We are pleased to be able to see this premiere in the Tigerpalast.
In 2005, Valérie Inertie stepped onto the wold stage. A sublime combination of raw power under fluid control, grace and beauty in motion. Her mastery of perfection imbalance takes us through a constant flutter and endless rotation that hypnotize and takes away all gravity in a peaceful moment of inertia.
The fascination of tango meets the juggler Menno van Dyke and the Lido dancer from Paris Emily Weisse. The legendary tango virtuoso Astor Piazzolla inspired the young artists to an unprecedented choreography between dance, acrobatics and juggling. At the festivals in China, Paris and Monte Carlo, Menno van Dyke was very successful while Emily celebrated classic and modern ballet with great success in the famous Paris Revue theaters. Juggling Tangp thrilled with his unique encounter of the arts and lives by two great personalities.
Artistry and ballet in a unique choreography to Pavarotti arias - Oleg is one of the world stars of Moscow artistry. When he first appeared in Germany in the ensemble of the legendary Russian dance flying crew "Kraniche", he fascinated the professional world with his incredible precision and expressiveness. His handstand acrobatics was honored in 1996 with the Gold Medal at the Circus Festival in Verona. The Tigerpalast was also the starting point for his world career.
Theatre, pantomime and comedy:
Csaba Méhes from Budapest travelled around the world with these arts. In all European countries, but also in Australia, Egypt and Mexico he excites the audience with his unique caricatures of the human everyday life. A man in too short suit standing on the stage, thick glasses and lard lock: He steps in every sandtrap while fighting against the violin and the microphone. Csaba Méhes caricatures our human flawes and preveils with his arts over the awkwardness of everyday life. A genius of the vaudeville theatre culture!
Duo Laos is an acrobatic duo from Buenos Aires, Argentina, living in Barcelona and performing since 2004 all around the world: from Circus Circus Casino Las Vegas & International Idol Circus Festival in Moscow to Dinner Shows, Varieties and Circus from all around Europe. With more than 10 years of experience and mixing different artistic tools, they share passion for circus and partner acrobatics.
From 3th of October till 14th of October, 12th of December till 10th February
Taking texts by Ernst Jandl and Friedhelm Kändler, it’s the turn of a word acrobat Marcus Jeroch to present the evening’s acts. Achingly funny word cascades, juggling with words and with balls – all presented by a compère in tails. Subtle word plays, an absurd voyage through the German language, vivid excitement for a spellbound audience.
Marcus Jeroch confounds and entertains with the pure poetry of prose and is the perfect host for welcoming international acts to the Tigerpalast.
24th of October till 4th of November
Chansonnier, actor, director, author, journalist and compere, Jo van Nelsen from Frankfurt am Main is a multi-talent embracing the new entertainment culture. Time and again, he surprises audiences with old chansons in new colours, mischievous songs and jazz standards. Whether music by Cole Porter, Hildegard Knef or lyrics by Friedhelm Kändler – Jo van Nelsen is funny, multifaceted, charming, (self-) mocking and accompanies you elegantly through the vaudeville style show evening.
26th of September till 30th of September, 7th of November till 9th of December, 27th of December till 30th of December
Cheeky and funny, sensitive, charming and irresistible – that’s how Alix Dudel presents the stars of global variety – and herself. Performing songs and passages by Friedhelm Kändler in the conventional diseuse style, brimming over with irony and elegance, she is the perfect hostess and a cult figure of Tigerpalast revues. Adored by the international performers, admired by an astounded and intrigued audience, she opens the evening of variety: “May I get through”, she sings, drifting through the house and onto the stage – and the show begins…
from 11th of September till 23rd of September
Isabelle Georges grew up in Paris and performs as a singer, dancer and actress. She has starred in stage productions such as Barnum, Singin 'in the Rain, Et Si On Chantait and Titanic the Musical. Together with Frederik Steenbrink she wrote and performed "Une Étoile et Moi", a tribute to Judy Garland and won the Fringe Award for best singer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2005. She also wrote the French version of "December Songs" by Maury Yeston. The album was released by Tower Records in New York. In 2014, she started in Paris with her personality show "Chante!", Which was directed by Anne Bourgeois. In 2015 she took over the role of Mrs. C in "24 hours in a woman's life", the world's first musical version of Stefan Zweig's novel.
Please notice: On 31th of December the director of the Tigerpalast, Johnny Klinke and the singer Joan Faulkner will guide you through the show.