Show times (13th of September 2017 to 24th of February 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 22.00 pm)|
|Sunday||04.30 pm (doors open at 03.30 pm) + 08.00 pm (doors open at 07.00 pm)|
At the age of eight, Selyna was sure to take the legacy of her world-famous mother, the "Queen of Antipode Games" Consuelo Reyes. She comes from a classical artist family, has traveled with her parents from show to show all her life and had her own stage show at 16. With wonderful dancing ease and a lot of practiced precision, we experience classical antipodes juggling, presented with a spirited, rousing atmosphere on the stage.
The fascination of tango meets the juggler Menno van Dyke and the lido dancer from Paris, Emily Weisse, in a unique presentation. The legendary tango virtuoso Astor Piazzolla inspired the young artists to a never-seen choreography between dance, acrobatics and juggling. At the festivals in China, Paris and Monte Carlo, juggler Menno van Dyke succeeded, while Emily celebrated classical and modern ballet with great success in the famous Parisian revue theaters. Juggling Tango inspires with his unique encounter of arts and is performed by two great personalities.
Hand-on-hand acrobatics is one of the classic variety acts. The Grynchenko Brothers are able to perform this fascinating artistry in a breathtaking symbiosis of power, balance and harmony. In the unconstrained back-and-forth of this fraternal act the individual elements merge to form a work of art. For the Grynchenko Brothers, too, the famous ‘Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain’ formed the starting point of their international career. With a silver medal from Paris under their belt, they started on their journey to the most outstanding acrobatic art venues of our time.
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.
With the understatement of a gentleman Claudius Specht presents a stylish juggling performance. Simply elegant, exciting dynamic and exciting fast. He juggles clubs, cups, and the laws of physics. But he does not just juggle them, he makes them dance. Exactly and wiht a breathtaking pace, they form incredible patterns and combinations in the air.
At the age of 14 Maria Sarach was elected as the "Princess of Russian Circus". A very early honor for the young artist from a world-famous circus dynasty. She presents her outstanding body art with stunning charm and a captivating personality. Contortions and balances at the highest level led her to the world of the Cirque du Soleil as a member of the successful Las Vegas show "Absinthe" in the world famous Caesars Palace. Today, Maria Sarach belongs to the top of the world of Varieté Arts,led by Olga Pikhienko the star of the Cirque du Soleil choreographies.
With Norman Barrett and his lively friends, we welcome one of the great British comedian and entertainer on stage. His friends are hot budgies Maurice, Harold and Jean-Pierre accompany him for many years on all international stages and circus arenas and conquer with their bizarre stunts the audience's heart. Norman Barrett is one of the most famous circus personalities of the British Isles. Many years ringmaster of the legendary Blackpool Tower Circus, guest performances in the Big Apple Circus New York, the star of many television shows - a great artist, who will delight you with charm and British humor. In early 2010, Queen Elizabeth II bestowed the master magician and ringmaster Norman Barrett the highest British Order of Merit for outstanding cultural achievements: "The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE)"!
Elena is a highly trained classical ballet dancer from the theater and opera ballet in Kiev. In 2004, she met the circus art and developed a wonderful balance between ballet and contortionary acrobatics. She has been performing with her husband, the juggler Dimitri Salov, as a "duo inspiration" since 2011. Now we are experiencing Elena on the stage of the Tiger Palace in her unique solo interpretation of the ballet contortions.
Like a story-teller in a wide dark coat Jochen Schell leads you into his fascinating world, a world full of remarkable images. Whipped into a speedy spin by the string, Jochen's whirling tops perform a cascade of tricks. They land on his feet, his hands, or on top of their master's head. Small concentrated sequences are followed by quick and dynamic images. Inspired by the Japanese whirling top artist Koma Zuru, Jochen Schell created a unique show formed in a European style. The very own and hypnotic fascination of the whipping tops transmits it´s fascinating impression to the audience.
Welcome back on the stage of the Tigerpalast Mr. Schell!
The art of magic is the métier of Otto Wessely. He looks back on a 45-year stage career that led him across the globe, including Hollywood, Las Vegas and Paris. At the Crazy Horse in Paris, his sympathetic, absurd and eerie-funny show is an essential part of the evening, which is given the finishing touch by his wife Christa, who plays as his assistant and co-actor. Chaotic, supposedly incapable but always amiable, Otto and Christa move on the summit of entertaining humor.
Born in Hunan, China, this versatile artist received her education at the National School of Fine Arts of the Chinese National Theater. Juliana Chen is the first woman to be honored with the award of the "International Magic Society". In 1997, she won the World Cup of the "World Congress of Magicians", which is also known as the "Olympia for Magicians". This is the highest award a magician can achieve. Thanks to the high technical level of her magic tricks, combined with a very special charm and artistic charisma, she inspires her audience worldwide.
Darkan can fly - that is, at least, on the vertical ropes high above the heads of the Tigerpalast audience. He transferred from the successful Kazakh gymnastics team to the State Circus School in Almaty. He owes his international career as a performing artist, however, to Moscow choreographer Alexander Grimailo. Darkan spent months perfecting his vertical rope act under Grimailo’s watchful eye – which included daytime rehearsals here in the Tigerpalast. He has emerged as a highly talented performer with incredible discipline, great creativity and attention to detail. We look forward immensely to Darkan’s calm yet powerful act.