Review: Scottee’s Camp

Review: Scottee’s Camp

Commissioned by The Roundhouse, Scottee: Camp fights the cause of light entertainment in the Studio Theatre. With a burst of sparkle, Scottee takes to the stage in a glorious entrance, singing a pop-tastic rendition of Copacabana, while the back-up dancers of...
Square Peg’s Rime

Square Peg’s Rime

Roundhouse and Jackson’s Lane associate company Square Peg premieres its first full-length show as part of the 2012 CircusFest. Rime is a newly conceived circus show performed by acrobats, aerialists, dancers and actors, based on Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s...
Review: Mat Ricardo’s London Varieties

Review: Mat Ricardo’s London Varieties

Cabaret, circus and magic meet videos, podcasts and talk shows. Live. In one stage. No one can accuse Mat Ricardo’s London Varieties of having a misleading title. The ambitious revue is at once modern and nostalgic. Part old-school vaudeville tribute, part multimedia...
Collectif And Then…: Lost Post

Collectif And Then…: Lost Post

In the Magic Mirrors Tent at the Roundhouse, Collectif and Then…, new Roundhouse Circus Associate Artist, present the enchanting Lost Post, a show inspired by the short story The 6th Borough by Jonathan Safran Foer. An engaging initial sequence sees Francesca Hyde...
Cirque Mandingue: Foté Foré

Cirque Mandingue: Foté Foré

Guinean-French company Cirque Mandingue opened the 2012 CircusFest at the Roundhouse with the UK premiere of its acclaimed inaugural show Foté Foré. Translating as “black white” in the Susu language of coastal Guinea, the show is as much about cultural differences as...
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