Warning: Epic Stunts Approaching – 360 ALLSTARS

360 Allstars, currently playing at the Riverside Parramatta, is a high-energy performance that combines incredible acrobatic feats, breakdancing, beatboxing, and live music to create an electrifying show that will leave you breathless. The show features highly talented performers who showcase their skills in various disciplines, from basketball tricks to BMX stunts, all while backed by a live DJ and drummer.

The show opens with a high-energy beatbox solo by the show’s creator, Gene Peterson, who sets the tone for what’s to come. From there, we are introduced to each of the performers who showcase their incredible skills. The BMX rider, Heru Anwari, takes to the stage on his bike, performing daring stunts and tricks to make your heart race. The basketball freestyler, Bavo Delbeke, wows the audience with his ability to spin and juggle basketballs in ways you never thought possible. The break dancers, Bboy Leerok and Bboy Sette show off their impressive moves, with flips and spins that defy gravity.

But it’s not just the individual performers who shine; the group performances are just as impressive. The BMX riders and basketball freestyler team up for a thrilling display of acrobatics and teamwork, jumping over and spinning around each other in perfect harmony. The break dancers and beatboxers join forces for a stunning dance battle, with each performer taking turns to show off their skills.

The live music adds an extra layer of excitement to the show. The DJ, Mirrah, provides the beats and samples that the performers use to showcase their skills, while the drummer, Gene Peterson, keeps the rhythm pumping. The other performers get involved in the music, with the beatboxer and break dancers adding their vocal and percussive elements to the mix.

One of the most impressive things about 360 Allstars is how the performers seamlessly blend their different disciplines. The show transitions effortlessly from one act to the next, with each performer playing off the others to create a cohesive and thrilling experience.

The show’s staging is simple but effective, with a black curtain backdrop and minimal props allowing the performers to take centre stage. The lighting design adds an extra dimension to the performance, with colourful spotlights and strobe effects adding to the excitement and drama.

Overall, 360 Allstars is an incredible showcase of talent and athleticism. The performers are all at the top of their game, and their passion for their respective disciplines is evident in every move they make. The combination of acrobatics, breakdancing, beatboxing, and live music makes for a unique and thrilling experience that is not to be missed. Parents, if you’re looking for a show that will excite your kids this school holidays, 360 Allstars is a perfect choice.


– The other Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig is an international performer and has established himself as a trusted theatre specialist on the Sydney Arts Scene. While he understands the technical side of theatre, Dan writes for the everyday theatregoer (unlike some of those more prominent publications). When not in the audience, he loves to travel the world trying new gin. Follow him on all the socials @talldancraig

360 Allstars runs for 1 hour and plays at Riverside Parramatta through 14 April 2023. Tickets are available through the Riverside Parramatta website.

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Image credit: Darren Thomas and Cam Campbell.