MEET THE MAGIC BREAKERS
Magic Breakers is an explosive blend of 4 highly skilled circus acrobats and breakdancers from Europe and the USA. Together, they have been dancing their way across the globe for the past 9 years whilst captivating all types of crowds with world-class breakdancing, Cyr Wheel acts, seemingly impossible acrobatics and hilarious witty comedy. Professional, surprising and dynamic, Magic Breakers has continually stood out amongst other acts.
WHAT TIME IS IT? SHOWTIME! Enter the universe of the Magic Breakers, a stunning visual performance that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Picture four international top-class performers combining historic breakdancing moves with Cyr Wheel stunts for the first time ever.
The show is built around routines and acrobatics but also contains plenty of crowd interaction, making each show uniquely catered to the moment. Get ready to meet four hilarious characters offering a 45 minutes show filled with comedy that has all ages laughing with raucous enthusiasm. It’s a spectacle unlike no others that leaves audiences coming back for more!
«This is what you get when you gather top class performers to one show. One of the best street shows in the world! High energy, funny, impressive. We are big fans! »
MEET THE CREW
Jeremie Houet, alias Acro, is the jumper of the crew. Born in 1991 in Belgium, Jeremie is a professional acrobat who previously worked for "Cirque du Soleil". At the age of 18, he began his career as a street artist while studying in Los Angeles. He is one of the few street entertainers in the world who can flip over 9 persons on the concrete.
Thibault Mundele also known as Tibs, is the host that entertains the crowd with his words and humour. He was born in 1990 to a Belgian mother and a Congolese father. He started dancing from a very young age and specialised in breath taking one hand balance.
Thibault has travelled and performed in 24 different countries for various type of representation. In 2017, he was invited to give a speech for the prestigious TED Talk and in the same year, he won the title of “Winner of Best Street Performers” in Australia.
Richard Houet, Jeremie's brother, also known as Ritchy, is the youngest member of the team. Born in 1995 and raised in a family with 3 older brothers already addicted to acrobatic disciplines, he started practising gymnastic and breaking moves really young. Since then, he has won several breakdancing competition in various countries.
Bboy T-co (The Chosen One) born as Jerry Maxeus to Haitian parents. T-co started dancing in the mid 90’s and over the past decade he has become one of the worlds top-tear street performers. Diverse with a mix brand of witty comedy and charisma.
«We just saw these guys at the Waterloo Busker Festival last night. Best of the three shows we saw. They are amazing and hilarious »
What people say about us
I've been a full-time performer for over 10 years, and these guys have it all! They're funny, skilled, and professional. Great show!
Christine DeVisser Nickerson
We just saw these guys at the Waterloo busker festival last night. Best of the three shows we saw. They were amazing and hilarious.
Great show lads really enjoyed it.
These guys were fab last night in Vernasca, Italy. Interactive, gripping and hilarious! Highly recommended!!!
Saw you at the Waterloo Busker Carnival this weekend. You guys put on an amazing act. You kept the crowd entertained and laughing the whole time! Great job!
Amy Helm Notman
Just watched Magic Breakers in Leicester Square. Great act 👍
Seen you guys yesterday, performance was amazing, really funny with superb break dancing and a lush message at the end. Keep it up boys
Great show yesterday at Edinburgh, we had fun!!
My Family saw these guys today in Sydney, one of the best entertainment groups I have seen as a street performance in years. Captivating, energetic, hilarious but most of all share a great message to our kids that anything is possible and any person regardless of colour, race, age, can enjoy something so great and have a laugh.
Well done fellas your parents should be proud.