Circusfest 2014 Review: Beta Testing

Circusfest 2014 Review: Beta Testing

Part lecture, part performance, Beta Testing is full of in-jokes and geeky reference points, but told in an inclusive way that makes sure the audience is at all times part of the action. Much of the show is proving to the audience that there is no trick in the tricks,...
CircusFest 2014 Review: Puffball

CircusFest 2014 Review: Puffball

Appearing at the Roundhouse as part of Circusfest 2014, Puffball is a complicated show to critique, as it was developed partly as a social circus project, and partly as a professional production. There is an apparent theatrical naivety to much of the direction, giving...
Circusfest 2014 Review: Strike!

Circusfest 2014 Review: Strike!

Appearing as part of Circusfest 2014, Strike! is a dark take on office life appearing at Jacksons Lane until this Saturday. Kafka meets Office Space in Strike!, a contemporary circus performance based in a bureaucratic hell of cardboard and clocking in. Whilst at...
Circusfest 2014 Review: Belonging

Circusfest 2014 Review: Belonging

Belonging, a multi-lingual aerial show created as a collaboration between the UK’s Graeae Theatre Company and Brazil’s Circo Crescer e Vivier and running at the Roundhouse as part of CircusFest 2014, brings together a diverse cast of physically disabled artists to...
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