The Marsh presents the Bubble man in THE WORLD’S FUNNIEST BUBBLE SHOW.
The World’s Funniest Bubble Show is an enchanting brew of breathtaking bubbles and bubbly music which will appeal to everyone, no matter what their age. Packed with fun stuff, it makes a perfect and amazingly inexpensive outing for the whole family. You will witness all kinds of extraordinary things such as spinning flying saucer bubbles, square bubbles filled with fog, universe bubbles with orbiting planets and bubble chains that look like centipedes. And one thing is sure – the show provides a truly delightful alternative to hitting the crowded sales downtown. There is lots of audience participation and some lucky kids will find themselves inside bubbles, while others will get to eat them. * Warning: expect lots of excitement and laughter.
Louis Pearl is The Amazing Bubble Man! Louis got started in 1980 when he discovered a toy called The Bubble Trumpet. In learning how to demonstrate and sell this toy on the streets of Berkeley, he stumbled upon a slew of magnificent bubble tricks. Three years later, he met Wavy Gravy who encouraged him to get on stage and do bubble shows. 26 years later, Louis has evolved his show into a wild ride through the art, magic, and sometimes even the science of Bubble-ology. He has performed 1000's of shows all over the world, including 3 years of sold-out shows at the month-long Edinburgh Fringe Festival. At this year's Fringe, Louis started doing bubble shows with live musical accompaniment by accordion player and vocalist Jetty Swart. The result is a new enchanting brew of breathtaking bubbles and bubbly music coming together, creating a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.
“The hit of the day…a fringe favorite.” The Guardian, UK
“Every child is fascinated by bubbles…. Astounded faces filled the audience.” Three Weeks.
“Superb show for kids and adults!!´ Alex, Scotland. 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
TICKETS: Children under 12: $8.00; General Admission: $11.00
For tickets, visit http://www.themarsh.org
or call 415-282-3055