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by Jonathon Tonkin (subscribe)
I'm a 26 year old male Senior Reporter for Weekend Notes. I Graduated from A Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing and Communication) at UniSA in 2014. As well as writing for WN I have also done pieces for the Adelaide 36s and Mawson Lakes Living.
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4 Stars - 360 Allstars do it again with another heartstopper
The 360 Allstars have been around for a few years now and are cementing themselves as an ongoing Fringe favourite. Mixing thrilling circus acts with an urban attitude, 360 Allstars takes the entertainment factor and turns it up to 11.

What keeps a show like this being such a huge draw is its ability to create and maintain excitement. From the moment the first beat drops to when the final act is done 360 Allstars is all go. The pace never drops. It's frantic, mesmerising and a whole lot of fun. The wizards at Onyx productions have put together a front-to-back stellar line up of individuals who all bring their own flair to the show.

From Two-time World Champion BMX Flatlander Peter Sore, Champion Breakdancers B-Boy Leerok and B-Boy Sette, Renowned Basketball Freestyler Rashaun Daniels, Cyr Wheel Artist Rowan Thomas, NZ X-Factor Winner Beatboxer Beau Monga, and the one glueing all the pieces together, Director and Award Winning Percussionist Gene Peterson. Each performer is elite in their field and they aim to prove that each time they go out.

What results is wall to wall action with barely a moment to catch your breath. 360 Allstars is the quintessential family show. Kids find themselves engrossed with the acts on stage that appeal to a more pop culture style, yet it's still just as electrifying for everyone else. You could legitimately bring anyone to this show. So why not bring everyone?

360 Allstars continues to wow year on year while still making tweaks here and there. For those that have seen the show previously, it is somewhat the same. What has changed is a smoothness and polish that comes with experience. Every part of the show flows, which gives each act more significance. In a bigger tent with better production values also helps elevate 360 Allstars to a new level.

360 Allstars is performing just about every day with matinee and evening shows. See more information here.
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