“You do wonder where the straight men are in aerial circus.” Ed Gosling reports from the Gravity Circus Centre’s graduation gala.
Ed entered the world of circus and cabaret by accident at the age of 19 and made it his home. After performing across the UK and Europe for several years he had a brief stint as a fiction editor before setting up Chivaree Circus which he now runs and performs with. He lives in a warehouse in east London filled floor to ceiling with performers and circus toys: this makes him very happy.
Part lecture, part performance, Beta Testing examines the magic behind juggling in a very 21st century way.
What can cabaret learn from theatre?
Can students from two competing schools ever come together to create something new?
Heard the one about the big top show hidden away in a local arts centre? Circus Bites does away with the fineries of the fairground to focus on London’s plethora of skilled physical performers.
The Double R Club continue their “Summer Of Unease” tour by stepping out of the light and into the dark of the London Wonderground’s Spiegeltent.
A highly original cabaret tribute act to Tom Waits from Quebec is a must for his fans.
Praise be! Who knew a church service could be this fun?
Circus combines with theatre for a strange multi-layered story of journeys and migrations.
No Fit State Circus return to the Roundhouse with their first show since tabù, their 2009 smash hit.