About Us

* STREET THEATRE * CIRCUS * CABARET * COMEDY*

“spectacular and slightly unhinged” – The Guardian

* MC * COMEDY * FIRE SHOWS * AERIAL SHOWS * CABARET * WALKABOUT

* PRODUCTION * PROGRAMMING * DIRECTING *

* INDOOR AND OUTDOOR WORK *

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With many years of experience, we are experts at putting on a good show.

  • Off the shelf or tailor made
  • On the street, in the air & on stage
  • Walkabout, comedy, aerial, fire, meet & greet, compere
  • Indoors and Outdoors
  • Production, programming great cabaret, event management
  • Technical & rigging

Award winning director – Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe

 

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“Quirky, skilled, inventive and charming . . . an irresistible blend that is guaranteed to make you chuckle.” – Bristol Old Vic

From the streets of Europe to award nominated cabaret fringe shows in Australia to the West End, hanging from cranes, setting fire to things, making audiences laugh and cry . . . you name it, we can engineer it with style and seemless organisation.

We’ve been seen at:  The National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Café De Paris, Cheltenham Comedy Festival, Winchester Hat Fair, Dubai, Kuwait, Amsterdam, Poland, Fusion Festival Germany, Cannes Film Festival, Glastonbury & Shambala Festivals, Bristol Harbourside Festival and Brighton International Circus Festival, Future Cinema, No Fit State Circus, Bassline Circus, a commission hanging from cranes for Bristol Organic Food Fair and creating a fire show for a Royal Wedding.

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REVIEW

As always, Frenetic Engineering presented a high-energy show, which was very well received by a very large audience. The audience number well exceeded our expectations and the company were able to share each moment of the performance and kept everyone of all ages engaged.

The brief was a street-theatre setting, but the event attracted so many people it turned into a large-scale theatre event.  Les Femmes Fatal was the first performance to the large audience and had the job of engaging everyone and preparing them for an evening of outdoor theatre – which they did with their feast of fire, knife-throwing and comedy. – Joe Ballard Peterborough Events Manager – Joseph BallardFestival & Events Manager, Peterborough City Council

 

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