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"ARRR" is for Adventure
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ARRR is for Adventure (ARRR)Nautical Nonsense and Sea Shanty Shenanigans are on the horizon!

“ARRR” is the perfect show for the whole family. Combining contact juggling, circus, puppetry and mime, Pirateman delivers a wonderful adventure story! Sail the seas and come along for the high tide ride full of laughs and fun.
“ARRR” is by far Pirateman’s most popular show! From Adelaide Fringe, Balingup, Bunbury and Esperance, “ARRR” entertains families. With a 20 minute and 45 minute version available, “ARRR” promises to please the young and young at heart years.

“If you’re looking for a fun way to entertain the kids, and yourself, bring along the family to join in the adventure.” –  Kryztoff RAW. 4 stars Adelaide Fringe 2017
He’s a definite showman” –  The West Australian. 3 1/2 stars Fringe World 2016

 

Perth light performer
Anton Felix Blume, Gascoyne in May ©

Do you “sea” me? – A sea shanty segue circus show on the high seas!

For a long time now, Perth circus artist Pirateman Michael has been associated with all the cliche’s of piracy. Now, in his most cliche piratical show of them all, he invites you aboard a show of sea shanty sing alongs as he performs some of his best circus tricks. Fireball contact juggling, balancing a crystal ball on his head and choreographed on point light displays.

Debuting at Fringe World 2019, “sea” was awarded a 4 star rating on its opening night. “Sea” is a tale for the young and young at heart (8-14 and parents of) of treasure hunting and the loss we face when going on adventures.

“What makes this show even more heart-warming is Michael’s evident love and joy for his craft: he truly does shine throughout” – Fringe Feed 4 star rating 2019

 

Contact Pirateman for any more information about these shows or head to the video page to see some of them first hand. Alternatively, you can view the shows document.

His shows were very  entertaining and the kids loved his mesmerising hand movement skills with the crystal ball. He was well prepared with props and put a smile on every face he met” – AQWA, Aquarium of Western Australia