Aurora Galore: Glamorous Weirdo

15 February 2016 | 4:29 pm | Christopher H James

"She displayed not only how impressively flame retardant she is, but also a Gothic side of burlesque that's rarely explored."

After a furiously high-energy start, Aurora Galore's show mutated into something darker and altogether more dangerous as she displayed not only how impressively flame retardant she is, but also a Gothic side of burlesque that's rarely explored.

The show also included the resourcefulness and quirky playfulness of one-man circus David Eriksson, aka the amazing Baldwithballs. The things he can do with a balloon, a wine glass and a toilet plunger... well, you'll have to find out for yourself.