Eden's 'greatest show on earth' opens: Labyrinth, now until August 29

PUBLISHED: 11:31 02 August 2011 | UPDATED: 19:48 20 February 2013

Eden's 'greatest show on earth' opens: Labyrinth, now until August 29

Eden's 'greatest show on earth' opens: Labyrinth, now until August 29

The Eden Project's 10th anniversary show season featuring amazing aerial acrobatics, incredible circus stunts and beautiful live music has been thrilling crowds at its preview nights...

The Eden Projects 10th anniversary show seasonfeaturing amazing aerial acrobatics, incredible circus stunts and beautiful live music has been thrilling crowds at its preview nights.

Labyrinth, devisedand staged by the UKs leading modern circus company NoFit State, opened last weekend(Friday, July 29) with preview performances.

Tickets are now going fast forthe full performance seasonstartingtomorrow and continuing every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and FridayuntilAugust 26with final shows over thesummer Bank Holiday weekend on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, August 27-29.


Theshow features NoFit State's internationalperformerson flying trapezes, aerial hoops, tightropes and bunjee cords. It's promenade-style with the audience taking in the spectacle on footacross the stunning Eden site.

Tom Rack, the creative producer for Labyrinth, said: Theres something there for everybody thevisual spectacle and music, theatrical and dramatic elements and incredible circus talent. Its a full-on rollercoaster of a show in the beautiful setting that is Eden.

Labyrinth performance nights are:

Tuesday 2 - Friday 5 August
Tuesday 9 - Friday 12 August
Tuesday 16 - Friday 19 August
Tuesday 23 - Monday 29 August

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays doors open at 6pm, performances start at 8pm and finish at 10.30pm. Its on earlier on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays with doors opening at 4pm and performances starting at 6pm and finishing at 8.30pm.

NoFit State are also putting on circus workshops at Eden during the day from now until September 4. Visitors can try out hula hooping, juggling and Diablo as well as more complicated tricks such as unicycling, slack wiring and tightrope walking.

For more information on the circus at Eden, go to www.edenproject.com

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