The Fabulous Fat Brothers

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Perhaps you saw them at the Sydney Olympics or the Singapore Street Festival, or in your local doughnut shop, the Fabulous Fat Brothers, have to be seen to be believed.
The bothers stand 9 foot tall and 5 foot wide, they deliver the laughs when the skinny guys give up.

A highly visually stunning act combined with music (inside the costumes) making one of the best stilt duo roving show acts, in the world. From a worldwide wardrobe of Elvis, Santa, Hawaiian, Security.....

Brothers with attitude, they will roam amongst guests, may even have a dance or two and they are sure to entertain.
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