Review: Barbu, London Wonderground

Review: Barbu, London Wonderground

Barbu is, at heart, a high energy, chaotic mixture of acrobatics, object manipulation and beards. Especially beards. Based around a great cast of six multi-skilled performers, a clown character and four musicians, it has a range which is thoroughly explored throughout...
Review: These Books Are Made For Walking

Review: These Books Are Made For Walking

These Books Are Made for Walking is a new production chiefly devised by multi-skilled circus artist Alice Allart, clown performer Fabrice Dominici and musician Patrice Colet. Suitable for children and adults, the story unfolds with a lonely librarian (Dominici) who...
Review: Compagnie Yoann Bourgeois’ He Who Falls

Review: Compagnie Yoann Bourgeois’ He Who Falls

Six performers struggle to hold on to a platform that spins, shakes and tilts them in experimental dance theatre He Who Falls at the Barbican as part of the London International Mime Festival The marketing for the show hints at the action unfolding through elements of...
Review: Wild Worlds: V, Vaults Festival 2016

Review: Wild Worlds: V, Vaults Festival 2016

Wild Worlds: V is a selection of tableaux, images and disjointed visual references. It is hyper-real, referential and takes it’s three and a half actors (Gabby Sellen appears as a disembodied mouth and head only) beyond human representations to become absurd...
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