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Lunatricks
Circus Skills Performer, Juggler, Unicyclist, Stilt Walker, Fire Performer, Magician, Balloon Artist, Compere
Circus Skills Entertainer available for hire from Tyne & Wear
 
Equity Member
Nat Lunatricks is an amusing and playful entertainer, a juggler of balls, clubs, knives, fire and especially Hats!
 
Nat can ride unicycles of varying heights, he performs astounding magic, from close up, stage and cabaret styles, to fakhir or pain magic, he twists balloons, walks on stilts, and can compere a stage.

 

An experienced international and award winning performer, Lunatricks has captivating shows for 'your' next event.

 

Nat has performed all over the UK at Festivals, Galas, Family Fun Days, Corporate Events, Private Parties, Weddings, just about any sized and any type of event both indoor and outdoor.

 

Costumes can be created, or he has a ready made wardrobe of:

Christmas Elf, Ice King, Pirate, Skeleton plus more...
Shows Available:

Ropewalking

Nat balances, walks and performs tricks all balanced upon a slim piece of rope. Can be done as a daytime show with circus skills and jokes or a night time show.
Either with more danger by the addition of extra fire or a contemporary show with computer controlled light up effect and a haunting classical soundtrack.

Perfect for large stages, festivals, street events, or simply to add something unique. 

Rope walking by Nat of Lunatricks Newcastle upon Tyne

Full giant Unicycle show

 

 A 45 minute show with juggling, comedy, audience participation and silliness culminating in a death defying stunt perched upon a 7ft unicycle, juggling fire and one lucky audience member gets to set Nat's head on fire.
 
Perfect for street events & large stages. 
Unicycling by Nat of Lunatricks Newcastle upon Tyne
 
Hat Juggling/ Manipulation Routine
 
Old school Vaudevillian tricks presented with a modern vibe.
 
Perfect for classy events, smaller stages, weddings, Victorian / Steampunk / Edwardian themed events.
6-Hat Juggling by Nat of Lunatricks Newcastle upon Tyne

 
Comedy Club Juggling (with Live Musician)
 
Pompous Argentinian Juggler, Alfonso El Egotistico Alicante, struggles through his routine while being berated and belittled by his musical accompanist, Squeezy the Clown!
 
Perfect for family events & medium to large stages.

  

Contemporary Juggling routine

 

Using clubs, baseball cap and some unique triangles Nat brings juggling bang up to date with some extremely weird and wonderful tricks dressed in an eye-startling costume somewhere between traditional circus and a Japanese hip hop cartoon.
 

Perfect for medium to large stages, Art events, Parties, Festivals & basically any place with UV lights.

  
Messy Chef
 
Jaques-Claude, irreverent and silly French Chef, brings his ridiculous cooking show to teach the Roast beefs how to really whip up some grub.
 
Expect mess, jokes, mess, visual gags, mess, juggling and balance skills, an outrageous accent, a horrible soup and a surprise magical ending. 
 
Perfect for food events & family days!
 

The Science of Mess

 

Silly, messy and slightly educational. They talk about ballistics, rockets, parabolas, DIY fun and of course MESS!
 
A wonderfully madcap show incorporating science, robots, rockets, explosions, futuristic custard pie throwing technology and a lot of laughter.
 
Surprises, slapstick and science combine to perform a hilarious trinity or icky untidiness.
  
Fire Shows
 
Using staff, poi, juggling swords and a highly unusual chain staff.
Nat can perform solo fire shows or draw in more performers for a larger spectacle!

Reviews
 
'Hello, I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you all for organising it (Middlesbrough Town Meal)! It was the first time my wife and our little daughter went and we loved it. Although our little one is too small to engage, we have hung out around Lunar tricks station where they have taught kids circus skill and adults too! I was so impressed how well Will and Nat engages with kids and adults from various backgrounds. They have really grasped the idea of getting people togther and including everyone in-spite of their background, disability or age. I would think that moving forward they could have made even more impact if there were more people supporting them. They have done their utmost best, but have not been able to see to everyone because they were that popular! Their performance was exceptional as well. They could entertain and engage the crowd and set appropriate boundaries for more challenging tricks - which we know in Middlesbrough is a challenve, but they have coped, in fact they did great. Once again I would like to thank you for the effort you have put in setting it up and I really hope it will grow! Thanks again, Aleks Ageikinas'