Previous Years

  • Duo Koas

    Duo Kaos


    Giulia Arcangeli and Luis Paredes as Duo Kaos reinvent cycling with ease and elegance. They tell a story about the fact that creation and destruction are ultimately the same process and everybody tries to transform chaos into harmony – with the aim of leaving everything behind. And that comes with some romance too.

  • Circo Eguap


    Risky acrobatics and absurd situations entertain the audience: The well-behaved but fearless circus artist Minimi lets herself be seduced by the strong and charismatic Roquecyle to join daring “feats” on his unicycle. While doing so they have to go through thick and thin. Great fun with a lot of irony.

  • ARS SALTANDI Company


    NOW – with dance, acrobatics and acting to the sound of cello music, the 9 artists of ARS SALTANDI present a performance about courage. It is about stepping out of one’s “gaps” and constraints, about daring the first step – towards each other, away from each other or as a dive into the unknown. By using large blocks, they constantly create new images and action spaces for their dance acrobatic movement-poetry.

  • Cia La Tal


    Cia La Tal presents comedic and absurd street theatre. A theatre director and his assistants want to build on great show successes with The Incredible Box, but to achieve this they have to struggle with a few adversities. Extravagant, absurd and very funny!

  • Bobby Garden


    BREAKDOWN COMPILATION is the name of Bobby Garden’s show. Where the dumb is leading, the smart is following. The audience is brought together through what they have in common: their capacity to laugh and to fail. A mix of smooth acrobatics and unexpected comedy – on a slack rope.

  • Maxmaber Orkestar


    The band Maxmaber Orkestar comes from Trieste, where Eastern Europe meets the Mediterranean. Because of that their music is very exciting. Vocals, accordion, saxophone, violin, guitar and drums either sound Italian-melancholic or present klezmer and gypsy music as well as Balkan dances. Happiness meets melancholy.



    Claudio Mutazzi plays with the audience – in a very sympathetic way. He is an acrobat and clown with fascinating facial expressions and a great talent for interactive performances. Attention: The audience will never get off scot-free. High fun factor with skillful improvisation.



    The Trio Cobario started with street music in Barcelona in 2016 and they have been inviting spectators to close their eyes and go on a journey together ever since. Their music is characterized by Irish, Spanish and Oriental as well as Slavic influences and creates – paired with classical elements – something of its own. Finally back at the Pflasterzauber!

  • Compania eLe


    Marta Lorente and Raquel Batet from Compania eLe play magically and at highest level theatre with marionettes. The story is about an elderly man who has been living in fixed routines for years. He meets Enzo, a street boy who cares little about rules and who changes his view of things and life. A story of the street performed on the street.

  • Duo arco-iris


    The young juggling duo from Würzburg – Sonja Hohlfeld and Fabian Feitsch – tells stories that lead out of everyday life: Into a world of dancing balls, flying rods and where gravity has no effect. The journey can take you into fairytale worlds with evil magicians, good fairies and many magical objects.

  • Torpeza Ritmika


    Torpeza Ritmika has worked out her acrobatic skills on the Cyr Wheel as well as the comical moment as a clown totally by herself. She presents a mixture of artistry and humour with crazy comedy and expressive power. Her body language, facial expressions and elegance impress the audience.

  • Eric Tarantola


    Eric Tarantola surprises his audience with extraordinary instruments: A drumset of casseroles, an alarm clock thumb piano or “Guitanjo”, a mixture of guitar and banjo. In combination with a loop machine he ranges in a genre between circus music and contemporary sounds. His music is not only good to listen to, but also encourages to dance.

  • Eléctrico 28


    Eléctrico 28 is an Austrian-Catalan theatre collective that deals with interpersonal communication in densely populated, urban living spaces. In the modern fable FULL HOUSE, Miss Koala, Mr Dog and Mrs Horse get a new neighbour – Mr Tiger. Everyday problems are solved together and communality will gain a new meaning. The performance is supported by Land Steiermark.

  • La Serenissima Filage


    The theater group La Serenissima Filage presents in their show Paidia a mixture of circus techniques, juggling experiments and bicycle acrobatics, which – combined with live music elements – turns into a humorous and expressive performance. The aim is to enjoy the moment playfully and to get rid of the search for meaning. A nonsense show with a slightly bitter aftertaste.

  • Etienne Favre


    This time the playing equipment on the Andreasplatz is all about sound. Etienne Favre’s interactive sound play devices invite you to explore and play, listen, marvel and laugh. From giant sound wheels and boot flutes to an elephant piano, sound labyrinth and a musical staircase, it’s all there. Come along and try it out!

  • Flame Flowers


    The Flame Flowers fire show is a combination of modern juggling with fire and contemporary contact juggling with props. By that, they create harmonious fire dance duets to classical music with a lyrical touch. Nostalgia meets contemporary elements. Not a typical street performance, but that’s what makes it so special.

  • Latin Duo


    Nora, a clown and crazy musician ­– born in a bubble – gets her partner Cholo repeatedly into trouble. El Cholo is an excellent juggler. Nora is fascinated by his skills and wants to win him over. After numerous unsuccessful attempts she reaches for the extreme – the saxophone. A wild concert, a unique show.


  • Hörspielerei


    Lisa Haase and Mike Dietrich from the Hörspielerei Manufaktur in Hildesheim tell the musical story of the journey of “Siggi Dotter – Die Meise auf Reisen” (16 o’clock) and “Rosa Flamingo” (18 o’clock). Also present: a piano and a lot of vocal acrobatics.

  • Nanirossi


    Special mission: Two agents – code-named Chesterfield and Wellington – were hired to move a dangerous criminal from one prison to another. The vehicle they use may not be in the best condition and they may not be the very best special agents. What happens exceeds all expectations.

  • Mattatoio Sospeso


    LES AMANTS DU CIEL – the lovers of the sky – is the name of the performance by Mattatoio Sospeso. Marco Mannucci and Alessandra Lanciotti, acrobats of Cirque Suspendu, play a tragic-romantic story high above the heads of the audience. A musically underlined, ballet-like top performance, which is a lot of fun.

  • Señor Mostacho


    EQUILIBRIUM is the name of an entertaining show full of hair-raising stunts, daring balancing acts, rotating balls as well as knife and fire juggling. The audience goes on an interactive journey through the magical world of the circus, where everything can happen. The grand finale: jump rope with a unicycle. This show will be remembered.

  • Sisus Sirkus


    Girl power: Sisus is a circus company from Finland that was founded in 2014 by five women. With MOSH SPLIT they show a humorous, fun and energetic show with jump rope dance, couple acrobatics and high-trapeze. It’s about friendship, joy and limitless creativity. Only once a day – in the evening – on the Platz An der Lilie.



    The Hildesheim dance center SALTAZIO shows excerpts of their production WHAT A CIRCUS in a street performance at the Pflasterzauber, a shrill social turmoil. It questions whether the world has become a big circus show. It’s a fast-paced spectacle that transcends style and inspires reflection.

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