In her newest show - The Loneliest Number, Hannah tells the story of breaking away and becoming a solo woman performer and being out there and doing it on your own. Just like a sock who is separated from its mate during the wash rinse cycle.
Hannah's show is a retro 80's rock fiesta. Teased hair, neon shorts, rock classics and glitter eye shadow. She's totally adorable and charming and I just adored her energy and on-stage presence. She chats with us, she loved us and we loved her back - I think that we'll all be besties forever. She's just so cool.
There's hula hooping, head banging and half time oranges. And respect. As in - R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Behind the neon and disco circus performance is an important message about respect for women, especially those who choose to go solo.
The Queen classic "Don't Stop Me Now" got us all up out of our seats and dancing and her aerial acrobatic skills were pretty impressive. Almost as impressive as her air guitar and lip-syncing talents!
Hannah Cryle is a multi-award-winning performer, producer and creator of circus acts. She has performed in The UK, Europe, Asia and all across Australia and has won many awards, including the ACAPTA Best Emerging Circus Performer and being accepted into an internationally renowned creative development program in Spain. Her previous Fringe show, Pants Down Circus, won the Best Circus weekly award in 2015.