Disability, abnormality and difference are the subjects elegantly tackled in this show with a fine balance of sarcasm and warm or even raucous laughter. The show is quirky, caustic and enthusiastic . The wheelchair number is extraordinary, veering from the burlesque to the dramatic in the blink of an eye. It is crazy, absurd and delightful, providing a blast of good humour in what can sometimes seem to be a gloomy world.
A genuine Dutch phenomenon , the Ashton Brothers are skilled BURLESQUE performers representing a new generation of artists: young and reckless, undoubtedly, but also extremely skilled. Their work is inspired by the circus, variety acts, comedy and burlesque. They are real all-rounders: comedians, actors, acrobats, jugglers, musicians and clowns. The whole show is set to modern and traditional music.