Throughout the show is an opera singer who stands atop the entire show and sings in the most glorious of voices. Her presence added quite a melodramatic atmosphere to the on-stage acrobatics.
Well placed and well-timed dancing with bath towels over naked bodies was classy and had a funny end (pun intended). Juggling, singing, dancing, trapeze, rubber ducks and romance - this show is super slick and really has it all.
The solo bathtub routine and the trapeze act were particularly mesmerising. Water fell on the stage like rain and the performers used it to every awe-inspiring advantage that they could. It certainly was a highlight of the show.
The soundtrack is eclectic. The performers are seductive and astounding. Soap is a wonderful mix of erotic theatre, comedy, opera and stunning acrobatics. This show just sizzles! You simply must see Soap.
Soap can be seen at Peacock in Gluttony in Rymill Park. With the exception of a few days, the show will run for the entire Fringe Festival.