Katharine Kavanagh

From a background in devising contemporary theatre, Katharine took her 1st Class Degree from Dartington College of Arts off to explore various forms of theatrical entertainment, with a particular passion for work that acknowledges the audience as an equally present partner. Heck, she likes street theatre, participatory engagement, physical prowess and circus. She runs critical website The Circus Diaries.

Fings From The Fringe

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Well, who doesn’t love an alliterative title? And titles, when it comes to Edinburgh Fringe, can make or break you. Likewise your publicity image. Does it draw people in? What kind of people? And does it accurately represent what you do? Some of the biggest disappointments aren’t because a show is bad, but because it’s […]

Circus Treats: What’s On in April

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We might as well just go ahead and say it: CircusFest. The biennial festival of contemporary circus produced by the Roundhouse is back from 4-24th, taking over not just the Camden venue, but also infiltrating other circus theatre hotspots around town. As part of the festival, Jackson’s Lane are hosting their own production of The […]