Corey Pickett is a polished all-round international performer. With a background in theatre, he combines circus, music and physical theatre to create an energetic and eccentric performance.
He started performing at the tender age of 12. After years of performing in theatre shows, cabarets, festivals, fringes and circus tours all over Australia and New Zealand, he gained an exceptional variety of skills and a captivating stage presence. He has taken his madcap comedy circus delights around the world, performing across the UK, Europe as well as China, Egypt and Saudi Arabia for Covent Garden Entertainment.
Now Based In London and Sydney he is an accomplished juggler, actor, diabolist, adagio base, accordion player, physical comedian and unicyclist. He has worked on many different stages and festivals including: Edinburgh Fringe (UK), Glastonbury Festival (UK), Falls Festival (AUS), Lainsuojattomat Theatre Festival (Finland), International Children’s Festival …
Quirky, utterly stupid but nevertheless brilliantly clever, sassy cigar box Queen, Pandora Pink joins forces with comic juggling genius Mr. Spin, to make their latest hit show –‘The Doogans’,
The show is a marvellous tribute to the classic comedy greats of the 20th Century. It has a dynamic pace, mixed up with quirky improvised chitchat, quick fire magic tricks and phenomenal circus skill. The two characters are charming, mischievous and irresistibly funny.
The Doogans, in short is high skill comedy providing five star entertainment for the whole family!
John Eicke – JOHNman an autodidact. In JOHNman’s career there is no artist school, school for acting or voice education to find. His talents have derived from performing around the world, receiving feedback and observing the reactions of his audience. By doing this JOHNman’s figures and characters are definitely authentic and “clear”.
It is the intensive interaction and the direct and surprising integration of the audience into the event, that is the special feature of JOHNman’s shows. The people don’t just watch a statue act, they experience a “Living Sculpture”.
JOHNman started his career in the early 80’s with acting work in theatre and television, later becoming a director for productions of “Theater an der Spitze” in Berlin.
It was in 1992 that he performed his first “Living Doll” role and this led to him becoming self employed as a “Living Doll / …