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Kleinkünstler auf dem Festival-Mediaval 2010

Arne Feuerschlund

TBA

Arne Feuerschlund war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Arne Feuerschlund

TBA

Arne Feuerschlund war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Arne Feuerschlund

TBA

Arne Feuerschlund war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Arne Feuerschlund

TBA

Arne Feuerschlund war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Basseltan

Gauklerduo Basseltan – Passer les temps – Zeitvertreib
Ein Artistenduo, das in unterschiedlichen Rollen moderiert, kurze absurde Szenen darbietet, Jonglage-Shows zeigt, mal auf der Bühne, mal im Publikum. Ein Märchen gefällig – mit ungewissem Ausgang? Ein Varietéspektakel? Oder einfach nur zwei skurrile Gestalten, die den Gästen den roten Teppich kurzweiliger Lustbarkeit ausrollen?
Basseltan ist mittendrin, mal improvisiert, mal unbeirrt, aber sicher immer: Zeitvertreib!

Basseltan war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2020
Basseltan

Gauklerduo Basseltan – Passer les temps – Zeitvertreib
Ein Artistenduo, das in unterschiedlichen Rollen moderiert, kurze absurde Szenen darbietet, Jonglage-Shows zeigt, mal auf der Bühne, mal im Publikum. Ein Märchen gefällig – mit ungewissem Ausgang? Ein Varietéspektakel? Oder einfach nur zwei skurrile Gestalten, die den Gästen den roten Teppich kurzweiliger Lustbarkeit ausrollen?
Basseltan ist mittendrin, mal improvisiert, mal unbeirrt, aber sicher immer: Zeitvertreib!

Basseltan war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2020
Basseltan

Gauklerduo Basseltan – Passer les temps – Zeitvertreib
Ein Artistenduo, das in unterschiedlichen Rollen moderiert, kurze absurde Szenen darbietet, Jonglage-Shows zeigt, mal auf der Bühne, mal im Publikum. Ein Märchen gefällig – mit ungewissem Ausgang? Ein Varietéspektakel? Oder einfach nur zwei skurrile Gestalten, die den Gästen den roten Teppich kurzweiliger Lustbarkeit ausrollen?
Basseltan ist mittendrin, mal improvisiert, mal unbeirrt, aber sicher immer: Zeitvertreib!

Basseltan war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2020
Basseltan

Gauklerduo Basseltan – Passer les temps – Zeitvertreib
Ein Artistenduo, das in unterschiedlichen Rollen moderiert, kurze absurde Szenen darbietet, Jonglage-Shows zeigt, mal auf der Bühne, mal im Publikum. Ein Märchen gefällig – mit ungewissem Ausgang? Ein Varietéspektakel? Oder einfach nur zwei skurrile Gestalten, die den Gästen den roten Teppich kurzweiliger Lustbarkeit ausrollen?
Basseltan ist mittendrin, mal improvisiert, mal unbeirrt, aber sicher immer: Zeitvertreib!

Basseltan war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2020
Basseltan

Gauklerduo Basseltan – Passer les temps – Zeitvertreib
Ein Artistenduo, das in unterschiedlichen Rollen moderiert, kurze absurde Szenen darbietet, Jonglage-Shows zeigt, mal auf der Bühne, mal im Publikum. Ein Märchen gefällig – mit ungewissem Ausgang? Ein Varietéspektakel? Oder einfach nur zwei skurrile Gestalten, die den Gästen den roten Teppich kurzweiliger Lustbarkeit ausrollen?
Basseltan ist mittendrin, mal improvisiert, mal unbeirrt, aber sicher immer: Zeitvertreib!

Basseltan war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2020
Beatrice

»Eine zierliche Elfe betritt die Bühne,unter dem Arm einen kristallenen Schatz...«
Eine kraftvolle Erscheinung braucht nicht zwangsläufig eine imposante Körpergestalt. Die Berliner Künstlerin Beatrice ist der lebende Beweis dafür. Elfengleich wirkt es, wenn die zierliche Erscheinung durchsichtige Kristallkugeln über ihre schmalen Glieder rollen lässt, sich anmutig mit ihnen im Kreis dreht, sie hinter ihrem Rücken verschwinden lässt, wo sie im nächsten Moment keck auf einem Bein wieder auftauchen...
Kontaktjonglage ist eine Form des Jonglierens, bei der das Gerät über Arme, Beine und Oberkörper rollend balanciert wird und dabei so gut wie nie den Kontakt zur Haut verliert. Beatrice hatte während ihres Bühnenbild-Studiums in Prag erstmals Gelegenheit, sich intensiv mit dieser sanften Kunst vertraut zu machen. Inzwischen übt sie sie seit acht Jahren aus und präsentiert sie in einem ganz eigenen, von Leichtigkeit geprägten Stil. Ihr Anliegen ist die harmonische Verbindung von Kontaktjonglage und Tanz. Derzeit ist uns europaweit keine andere weibliche Künstlerin bekannt, die Kontaktjonglage mit Kristallkugeln ähnlich vollendet und zauberhaft darbietet.
In ihren Shows umgibt Beatrice die artistische Darbietung kunstvoll mit einer märchenhaften Geschichte.

Beatrice gibt auch mehrere Workshops auf dem Festival.

Beatrice war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2018
2020
Beatrice

»Eine zierliche Elfe betritt die Bühne,unter dem Arm einen kristallenen Schatz...«
Eine kraftvolle Erscheinung braucht nicht zwangsläufig eine imposante Körpergestalt. Die Berliner Künstlerin Beatrice ist der lebende Beweis dafür. Elfengleich wirkt es, wenn die zierliche Erscheinung durchsichtige Kristallkugeln über ihre schmalen Glieder rollen lässt, sich anmutig mit ihnen im Kreis dreht, sie hinter ihrem Rücken verschwinden lässt, wo sie im nächsten Moment keck auf einem Bein wieder auftauchen...
Kontaktjonglage ist eine Form des Jonglierens, bei der das Gerät über Arme, Beine und Oberkörper rollend balanciert wird und dabei so gut wie nie den Kontakt zur Haut verliert. Beatrice hatte während ihres Bühnenbild-Studiums in Prag erstmals Gelegenheit, sich intensiv mit dieser sanften Kunst vertraut zu machen. Inzwischen übt sie sie seit acht Jahren aus und präsentiert sie in einem ganz eigenen, von Leichtigkeit geprägten Stil. Ihr Anliegen ist die harmonische Verbindung von Kontaktjonglage und Tanz. Derzeit ist uns europaweit keine andere weibliche Künstlerin bekannt, die Kontaktjonglage mit Kristallkugeln ähnlich vollendet und zauberhaft darbietet.
In ihren Shows umgibt Beatrice die artistische Darbietung kunstvoll mit einer märchenhaften Geschichte.

Beatrice gibt auch mehrere Workshops auf dem Festival.

Beatrice war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2018
2020
Die Junge Wanderbühne

TBA

Die Junge Wanderbühne war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Die Junge Wanderbühne

TBA

Die Junge Wanderbühne war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Die Junge Wanderbühne

TBA

Die Junge Wanderbühne war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Die Junge Wanderbühne

TBA

Die Junge Wanderbühne war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre

Jesters:
At medieval markets and fairs, festivals and knight tournaments medieval jesters entertain the audience with jokes and parodies, juggling tricks, interactive comedy and endless humor jokes. The buffoons make the people get absorbed into the Middle Ages and feel the fascination of medieval carnival culture.
"A Jester is a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages. Also referred to as a fool, buffoon or clown. The Medieval jesters of the Middle Ages can be compared to the circus clowns of today. The class of professional court jesters reached its culminating point of influence and recognized place and function in the social organism during the Middle Ages". Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents re-enactment of medieval jesters in authentic style. We have costumes of jesters of IX...XII cnt. for viking and early-medieval festivals. We have jester's costumes of XIII...XV cnt. for medieval markets. And we have costumes for Renaissance festivals for XVI...XVII cnt.

Acrobats:
Acrobats and Actors were important parts of Medieval life. The travelling circus (as we still know it today) originated long before the Middle Ages and was a great source of entertainment, morale and revenue for towns and cities. As most people lacked formal education and could not read, actors were important to portray various roles that told of topical and historical events. "They performed mimes, they tumbled, and they juggled infront of large audiences. They usually travel from town to town and they were only realy available to rich nobles". Our Medieval and Fire Theatre has a wide range of performances which include acrobatic elements. We present our breathtaking acrobatic shows on a medieval festivals. We draw attention of appreciative audience and make the visit of the medieval market unforgettable. And, of course, we can perform at your event.

Jugglers:
Perfect jugglers gather huge crowds at the medieval market and entertain the audience with splendid dynamic show and brilliant stunts using medieval instruments for juggling. Jesters lived precariously and often their success depended solely on the mood of their audience. They did not earn high wages but were often allowed a few benefits and luxuries of life inside a castle. "The Medieval Juggler - a medieval juggler was a comic performer who used humour (often bawdy) alongside his juggling skills. A juggler generally only performed in public places such as in market places, in the street and at medieval fairs. To make a living of any kind, a juggler therefore had to rely upon his audience for tips.
Sometimes they will be relying on tips from the public but, unlike in medieval times, they will often be professionally engaged for both public and private function performances".

Stilt walkers:
The stilt walkers, the tallest and the biggest participants of the medieval festival, strike the guests of the event with dexterity and unsurpassed skill of mastering the stilts. The audience will see a large scale of various stilts elements, amazing stunts, comedy turns and dynamic show. Stilt-walking jesters were some of the trickiest personalities of the medieval jesters. They would often trick people into lying on the ground so they could tumble on them, balance on their head on people or do acrobatic tricks by bouncing from one person to another while they are lying on the ground. They were fast and nimble and would often perform their tricks before observers realized what they were up to. These jesters would often perform tricks while swinging on ropes to catch people's attention and lure them into the marketplace to watch them perform. Stilt-walkers also juggled, danced and performed fire breathing tricks.

Fakirs:
In Medieval times mysterious people started to penetrate into Europe. Those strangers were eating and breathing fire and shocked crowds by fire walking. Nowadays we know them as fakirs. And "DiGrease's Buffoon Theatre" presents medieval fakirs for any kind of daytime medieval entertainment or darktime fire-performance on medieval market. So let the fire disperse the darkness and warm up the hearts!

Medieval Flag Show:
A Medieval Flag Show was usually in the employ of or hired for a special occasion by royalty and noblemen. Performances took place in the castles and noblemen's homes, before the knight tournaments and official events. The flagman's repertoire comprised of marshing, flag spinning, throwing, dancing, some acrobatics and juggling skills.

Carnival:
Medieval and Fire Theatre "DiGrease's Bufffoon Theatre" presents the brilliantles sphere of medieval theatre history - Medieval Carnival. A carnival is a celebration combining parades, pageantry, folk drama, and feasting. Probably originating in pagan spring fertility rites, carnivals reached a peak of riotous dissipation with the Roman "bacchanalia" and "saturnalia". The carnival tradition still flourishes in Belgium, Italy, France, and West Germany. Pre-Christian, medieval, and modern carnivals share important thematic features. Medieval Carnivals allow parody of, and offer temporary release from, social and religious constraints. For example, slaves were the equals of their masters during the Roman Saturnalia; the medieval feast of fools included a blasphemous mass; and during carnival masquerades sexual and social taboos are sometimes temporarily suspended. Medieval plays tended to focus more on religion, and a dramatic acting style. Some plays were vertually operas; sung in Latin, and acted out by priests, choirboys, and nuns. There were some performances that were comedic in nature, like the Robin Hood plays. Plays were often in open-air courts.

Medieval Fire Show:
Themed fire show in Medieval style with medieval music, arabic belly dance and medieval fakirs. Medieval fire performance suits in the best way to medieval festivals, medieval markets, renaissance fairys, living role playing games, etc.

DiGrease’s Buffoon Theatre war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2013
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Eisen-Hans

Eisenhans lässt die traditionelle Strongman Show in neuem Gewand auferstehen - mit viel Charme und einem Augenzwinkern. Zum einen beherrscht er jene schieren Kraftakte, mit denen "starke Männer" bereits vor hunderten von Jahren ungläubiges Staunen hervorriefen: Er biegt Eisen mit Händen und Zähnen, zerreißt Kartenspiele und hebt auf einer Plattform über 10 Kinder hoch. Zum anderen reißt er mit Witz und perfektem Timing unaufdringlich, aber sicher jedes Publikum mit. Hinter den historisch verbrieften Strongman-Tricks steckt übrigens keine Zauberei, sondern beinhartes, jahrelanges Training.

Eisen-Hans war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2018
Erlebbar Heute

Für die Kleinen gibt es hier Kinder-Ritter-Spiele und sogar Kinder-Ritter-Turniere, in denen sie ihr Geschick beweisen können.
Wie immer auf dem Spielplatz des Goldberges gleich links vom Eingang."

Erlebbar Heute war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Hopsa Viva Insgemein

Das Räubertheater ist eine von „Hopsa viva Insgemein“ eingeführte Gattung des Mittelaltertheaters, die sich auf äußerst unterhaltsame und publikumsnahe Art mit Themen wie Bettlern, Gauklern und Diebsgesindel sowie deren Konflikten mit Gesetz und Obrigkeit beschäftigt.

Hopsa Viva Insgemein war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Hopsa Viva Insgemein

Das Räubertheater ist eine von „Hopsa viva Insgemein“ eingeführte Gattung des Mittelaltertheaters, die sich auf äußerst unterhaltsame und publikumsnahe Art mit Themen wie Bettlern, Gauklern und Diebsgesindel sowie deren Konflikten mit Gesetz und Obrigkeit beschäftigt.

Hopsa Viva Insgemein war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Jahanara

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Jahanara war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Jahanara

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Jahanara war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2015
Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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2015
Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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2015
Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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2015
Jolandolo

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Jolandolo war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
2010
2015
Kahira

Kahira, Ella und Nessa verzaubern sie mit Ihren Orientalischen und Mittelalterlichen Tänzen und nehmen Sie  mit in eine Welt aus 1001 Nacht. Lassen Sie sich in eine Welt zwischen Orient und Okzident entführen.

Kahira war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Katrin la Coquillarde

Francois Villon – Verehrt und Angespien:
Gibt es einen besseren Weg ins Mittelalter einzutauchen als auf den Spuren eines umtriebigen Zeitgenossen?

Wohl kaum einer bietet sich dafür an wie Francois Villon, der sowohl Dichter als auch Landstreicher war und dessen abenteuerliches Leben von den untersten Schichten der Diebe und Bettler bis an die fürstlichen Höfe führte.

Mit Rezitationen und eigenen, musikalischen Vertonungen seiner Werke, begleitet von unterhaltsamem Puppenspiel entführe ich ins spätmittelalterliche Frankreich. Dabei erzähle ich vom Leben des Poeten, der auf wunderbare Weise mehrmals dem Galgen entging und wie es in einem seiner bekanntesten Werke heißt „verehrt und angespien“ war.

Neidhart von Reuental:
Obgleich er als einer der bekanntesten Sänger des deutschen Hochmittelalters gilt, durchbricht Neidhart mit seiner „körperlichen Dichtung“ das Schema des klassischen Minnesangs.

In bäuerlichem Umfeld kommt der bayerische Ritter aus den Händeln mit diversen Bauerntölpeln nicht immer mit einem blauen Auge davon. Dabei sorgt die subjektive Erzählung heute wie damals für großen Spaß beim Zuhörer.

Mit humorvollem Theater und Marionettenspiel taucht der Zuschauer ins Leben des mittelalterlichen Sängers ein. Dabei werden die mittelhochdeutschen Texte mit der überlieferten Originalmelodie dargeboten und die erzählte Geschichte veranschaulicht.

Räuber unserer Heimat

Im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert trieben in ganz Deutschland organisierte Räuberbanden ihr Unwesen. Meist waren es die Führungspersönlichkeiten, die als Hauptmänner ein oder mehrerer Banden fungierten, die letztendlich namentlich Geschichte schrieben.

Besondere Berühmtheit erlangte der „Bayerische Hiasl“, doch auch um den „Schwarzen Veri“, den „Schinderhannes“ oder „Hannikel“ ranken sich viele Mythen.

In meinem Bühnenprogramm stelle ich einige dieser Räuberpersönlichkeiten vor, und erzähle mit Theater und Puppenspiel von ihrem Leben und Wirken. Dabei sollen auch die Lieder und Volksweisheiten, die von den Räubern handeln, ihren Anklang finden.

Katrin la Coquillarde war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Kelvin Kalvus

Seit 2000 ist er in 21 Ländern über 1000 Mal aufgetreten mit seiner unnachahmlichen Show als Meister der Kontaktjonglage, mit seinem magischen Spiel, mit Silberstreif und Poesie. Feel Vergnügen!
Poesie in Bewegung - diese drei Worte beschreiben am besten die einmalige Kunst von Kelvin Kalvus, dem Meister der Kontaktjonglage. Es ist ein magisches Spiel mit kreisenden, gleitenden, fliegenden und scheinbar hypnotisierenden Kugeln. Körper und Geist in Einheit mit der Kugel, umhüllt von spärischen Klängen.

Kelvin Kalvus war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Pyromantika

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Pyromantika war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Pyromantika

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Pyromantika war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Pyromantika

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Pyromantika war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Pyromantika

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Pyromantika war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Pyromantika

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Pyromantika war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Roland von Georgenberg

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Roland von Georgenberg war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack

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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack

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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack

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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack

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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack

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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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Schabernack war bereits in den folgenden Jahren auf dem Festival-Mediaval
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