Tomasso contortionist is London based and will adapt an act to your specification, theme or style. Different music and alternative costumes can transform his act to blend in with your ideas.
Born in the UK, Tomasso is of Italian descent and is a top male contortionist with sensational twists and bends which will leave you amazed. He studied ballet and modern dance from the age of nine and is self taught in contortion. Spending 6 months touring with a circus in UK developed his contortion skills.
Having spent a season in Lanzarote he has also performed in venues a diverse as Cirque du Soir, Proud Cabaret, Supperclub at the Comedy Pub in Leicester Square, Hampton Court Palace with Duran Duran.
Tomasso Contortionist – London Events
Tomasso appeared as a contortionist at Wollaton Hall Park. He was invited to Mark Ronson’s private party. You may have seen him at the Burlesque and Cabaret event with the Symphony Orchestra in London. He has performed for a Cash Converters event.
He appeared on a chat show “Life from Earth”, Freddy Active, St Martin’s University, Duo Urban Singers Rara Loud, Riders Moda and a very well know German photographer Henning Von Berg and Alton Towers Resort. Tomasso contortionist was also featured in a BBC 3 ‘Being Human‘ 5th episode in Jan 2013. Amazing accomplishments.
Contortion acts are highly variable with many incorporating elements of humour, drama, shock, sensuality or a blend of styles. Contortion is often incorporated into other performances such as dance and theatre. A contortionist may perform alone, may have one or two assistants, or up to four contortionists may perform together as a group. (Wikipedia).
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