Fantastic corporate entertainment with Solaris Aerial. You will be treated to a sample Halloween Show incorporating bat girl and snake contortion themed costumes.
This show is suitable to work as walkabout or as an act to spooky music. The batgirl can also work as an aerial silks piece using black silks as the bat wings.
Sample Solaris Winter Show: Arctic Wonderland Show for the winter season: 30 – 40 minute show. Performers dressed in arctic creature costumes performing aerial silks, trapeze, hoop and harness. Aerial Hoops – Contortion Shows. Meet and greet acrobats, stilt performers and juggling.
Solaris – Aerial Hoops Contortion
The show can be spilt up with entertainment as guests arrive. Acts perform in-between meal courses throughout the evening. Additional Solaris acts for the winter season are the airy fairies harness hang about and meet and greet, Santa contortion girls and ice queen acrobatics.
The aerial hoop (also known as the lyra, aerial ring or cerceau/cerceaux) is a circular steel apparatus (resembling a hula hoop) suspended from the ceiling, on which circus artists may perform aerial acrobatics. It can be used static, spinning, or swinging.
Tabs are the connection points where the aerial hoop attaches to the rigging. Most aerial hoops connect at either one point (single tab configuration) or two points (double tab configuration). The number of tabs an aerial hoop has will depend on how it will be used, the intended effect and the performer’s comfort level.
Double tab hoops hung from two points (at equal or wider spacing as the tabs on the hoop) will swing like a trapeze (or a child’s swing) and do not spin. Aerial hoops can be hollow or solid. Lighter hoops will spin more easily; once a solid hoop gets momentum, it will stay spinning for much longer. Sometimes aerial hoops have crossbars or hand or foot loops to aid the performer. (Wikipedia)